POWER PLAY HITS BALTIMORE COMICON!
Come meet Marvel artist Reilly Brown & writer Kurt Christenson creators of the digital comic Power Play, now available as a FREE preview through Comixology.
You can also pick up a print of our three main characters above! Reilly will be hanging out with Emmy-Award winning artist Dean Haspiel just outside of Artist’s Alley and Kurt Christenson will be sharing a table with YA graphic novelist Laura Lee Gulledge.
Keep track of Power Play’s adventure through the con via Twitter @PowerPlayComic
THIS WEEKEND!! The Baltimore Comic-Con celebrate its 11th year.
Saturday and Sunday
August 20 & 21, 2011
Clearly enjoying himself, Morrison began by teasing the first audience member who stood up and told Morrison “The Invisibles,” Morrison’s first foray incomic books, changed his life. “It was designed to change fucking lives! Kudos!” laughed Morrison. When asked about the stark difference in tone between “The Invisibles” and his next chronological work, the adult and grim series “The Filth,” Morrison told the audience that “Filth” actually came out of a happy point of his life while “Invisibles” came out of a darker time. “In ‘Invisibles,’ I was trying to cheer myself and everybody else up,” said Morrison.
Clearly enjoying himself, Morrison began by teasing the first audience member who stood up and told Morrison “The Invisibles,” Morrison’s first foray incomic books, changed his life.
“It was designed to change fucking lives! Kudos!” laughed Morrison.
When asked about the stark difference in tone between “The Invisibles” and his next chronological work, the adult and grim series “The Filth,” Morrison told the audience that “Filth” actually came out of a happy point of his life while “Invisibles” came out of a darker time.
“In ‘Invisibles,’ I was trying to cheer myself and everybody else up,” said Morrison.
Tomorrow I’ll be promoting “Page by Paige” at Kids Comic Con!
Saturday April 15th. (Costs $5, but under 18 free)
I’ll be at the Abrams table 12-5:00.(And doing a short workshop sometime in there…)
At Bronx Community College: Colston Hall, 181st Street & University (4 Train to 181st Street)
And if you can’t make it be sure to pre-order Page by Paige from Abrams!
Someone come on come with me it’s only ten bucks oh man let’s go come on let’s go!
Metric - ‘Black Sheep’ Live at comic-con
and here is Emily performing the song at Comic-Con.
At New York Comic Con this year, we had a Skybox above the floor and were broadcasting live to Marvel.com for the entirety of the show. It was a ton of fun and here are a few photos.
View of the Marvel.com Live Skybox from the show floor.
Me and Marvel SVP CB Cebulski talking about…
I’m reblogging yesterday’s NYCC 2010 Wrap Up for you all to give you something to read on this lovely Columbus Day:
Hello all! As promised, here is a break down of all the DC Comics news from this weekend’s Comic Con. I was there Friday and Saturday supporting my other website Unemployed Sidekick, and got some great feedback from the fans that I talked to. So thank you all for your continuing support! Meanwhile, there was a whole lot else going on:
Newsarama.com was there to cover all of the panels live.
Geoff Johns discusses all aspects of DC Entertainment and what is coming down the road HERE.
Bruce Timm talks future projects for DC’s animated films HERE and you can learn more about the upcoming ALL STAR SUPERMAN adaptation.
Dan DiDio has Bob Wayne, Bob Harras, Jim Lee, Jeff Lemire and Bryan Q. Miller answer fan question at the DC Nation panel HERE.
Fans probe J.M. Straczynski, Paul Levitz, James Robinson, J.T. Krul, Tony Bedard, Shane Davis, Gail Simone and Peter Tomasi HERE.
Young Justice will debut on November 26, but HERE the creators talk about the series that I’m super excited for.
Want a run down on what’s to come for Green Lantern? HERE is where you will find answers.
DC’s future in print and digital gets discussed passionately HERE along with prices and who will be overseeing much of the company’s operations.
Comic Book Resources was also there to bring the latest news.
Jim Lee’s past, present, and future gets dissected HERE with plenty of ALL STAR BATMAN AND ROBIN chatter.
The DCU Online gets a great write up HERE.
Well, that should keep you busy for the foreseeable future. If you have any pictures from the Con, or wish to share any of your experiences, feel free to e-mail me at DailyDCU(at)gmail(dot)com. Thanks for reading!!!
Judy Stephens’ photo of Steampunk Iron Man I posted the other day has made the rounds. Oh, but there’s more than that one. Here are a few more from the photoshoot they did!
Check out our gallery on Marvel.com for all the official Marvel photos from New York Comic Con 2010 (and they’re on Flickr, as well), including even more Steampunk Iron Man, tons of cosplay photos, shots of the super-packed crowd and much, much more!
Be sure to check out the Cosplay Conspiracy to find out the truth behind this winning costume.