Tanya Tate Suits Up For Appearance At The Fourth Annual Geek Media Expo!

Superhero blogger and cosplayer Tanya Tate (http://tanyatate.com/) is set to make a special signing appearance at the forth annual Geek Media Expo. Tanya will be at the event October 27th and 28th promoting her website JustaLottaTanya.com (http://justalottatanya.com) and her cosplay photo book, Tanya Tate: My Life In Costume. Tanya began cosplaying in 2010 and quickly gained recognition for fun, sexy and detail orientated costumes. Her blog launched the following year with convention coverage and quickly grew to include news and reviews. Tanya will be signing her book, posing for pictures and taking part of some of the show’s panels.

“I am extremely thrilled to take part of the Geek Media Expo,” said Tanya. “I’m very ecstatic to have been invited and look forward to having an incredible time meeting everyone that comes to the event.”

The Geek Media Expo takes place at the Cool Springs Conference Center & Franklin Marriott located at 700 Cool Springs Boulevard in Franklin, Tennessee. More information on the GMX can be found at the show’s official website: http://geekmediaexpo.com.

To create a greater awareness of her GMX appearance, Tanya has recorded a video which has been uploaded to her Youtube page – Tanya Tate Tube: http://bit.ly/TanyaGMX4. Tanya will also be posting updates on her Twitter profile; http://twitter.com/tanyatate.

Cosplay cutie Tanya Tate makes her first Geek Media Expo signing this weekend!

For more Tanya Tate, please visit the Tanya Tate network:
www.TanyaTate.com
www.BookTanya.com
www.ItsMyUrls.com/TanyaTate
www.JustaLottaTanya.com

Lost Girl Cast Invading New York City October 12th & 13th!

FUNimation Entertainment & Giant Ape Media are proud to announce the appearance of cast members from the network show LOST GIRL,  Ksenia Solo (Kenzi), Zoie Palmer (Lauren), and Rick Howland (Trick) to the Big Apple. We hope to see the fae-natics come out in force at the following public appearances!

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12th @ 6pm

J & R Music World is hosting a special in-store event, where lucky customers can purchase Season One on DVD or Blu-ray days before it is available in stores. Purchasing customers will have the opportunity to meet the cast, and with a DVD or Blu-ray purchase a chance to get an autograph from each of the cast as well. Special posters will also be handed out by event organizers. This in-store event will be held at J & R Music World’s store located (across from City Hall Park) at 23 Park Row in New York City. You can call the store at 1-212-238-9000, or visit their website for more information: http://www.jr.com/information/liveEvents.jsp

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13th

Meet the cast as they appear at this year’s New York Comic Con, held at the Javitz Center located at 655 West 34th Street in New York City. For more information about New York Comic Con, please visit their website: http://www.newyorkcomiccon.com/

•             LOST GIRL PANEL @ 10:45am Room to be announced – (check NYCC schedule)

•             LOST GIRL AUTOGRAPHS @ 4pm in the FUNimation Booth (#1610), please note that an *autograph ticket is required, and posters will be supplied for the signing limited to one per person.

•             SPECIAL LOST GIRL PROMOTIONS FROM FUNIMATION’s BOOTH (#1610) AT NYCC

•             SEASON ONE AND A SHIRT – Buy LOST GIRL Season One on either DVD or Blu-ray days before it will be available in retail stores, and receive a free Lost Girl t-shirt while supplies last!

•             AUTOGRAPH TICKETS – Customers that purchase LOST GIRL Season One Thursday and Friday from the booth, will also qualify to receive an autograph ticket while supplies last. If there are any remaining autograph tickets, they will be available on a first come, first serve basis Saturday morning at the FUNimation booth. Limit 1 per person. Please note that an autograph ticket only guarantees a place in line, and does not necessarily guarantee an autograph.

Ashley Eckstein’s Her Universe Provides “Everyday Cosplay” for Geek Girls this Halloween with New Fashion Apparel

This Halloween, Geek Girls do not have to sacrifice fashion for a cheap costume they’ll wear only once. Actress Ashley Eckstein, the voice of Ahsoka Tano on Star Wars: The Clone Wars and founder of the female sci-fi apparel line, Her Universe™, revealed today her line of fashionable costume hoodies, tops and a Hot Topic exclusive TARDIS dress dubbed “everyday cosplay” just in time for the Halloween season. Whether you’re a fan of Star Wars, Star Trek or Doctor Who, Her Universe has you covered to be the stylish one this fall and all year long. And now, until October 22nd (for guaranteed 10/31 delivery), Her Universe (www.heruniverse.com) is offering FREE GROUND SHIPPING on any order of $50.00 or more.

“I have a tub full of Halloween costumes that I have spent a lot of money on which I’ve only worn once,” said Eckstein. “My goal for our ‘everyday cosplay’ line is for girls to be able to wear these fashionable costumed looks on Halloween and all year round! I’ve always been a savvy shopper and I try to get the most for my money.”

New to the “everyday cosplay” line from Her Universe is the Star Trek Spock zip-up hoodie featuring the famous original series blue uniform top where fangirls, with the hood up, can be their favorite Vulcan, complete with pointy ears. Also new this fall season is the Star Wars: The Clone Wars Ahsoka Tano adult tunic top which complements the already released Ahsoka tunic for young girls and the very popular Princess Leia costume hoodie – perfect for any Halloween party or everyday wear. For female Whovians, Eckstein has collaborated with retailer Hot Topic to create Her Universe’s first fashionably-fun, stylized dress based on Doctor Who’s beloved time-traveling TARDIS – available online NOW at Hot Topic and at Hot Topic retail stores. And what better way to accessorize all of these pieces than with the new Her Universe Star Wars Halloween Tote Bag featuring all-new original art by renowned artist Katie Cook – perfect for fans of any age for school, work, shopping and, of course, trick or treating! Katie’s very popular Her Universe Halloween Tote Bag sold out last year at record speed! The bags are only available for a limited time, so get them while supplies last.

“I was thrilled when Ashley asked me to do another Halloween bag design,” said Katie. “I’ll take any chance I get to draw Darth Vader in a silly costume! Ashley and I came up with the idea for this year’s bag at Celebration a few weeks ago and I couldn’t wait to come home and get started on it.”

All of these “everyday cosplay” pieces for Halloween and beyond can be found on heruniverse.com with the Doctor Who TARDIS dress available NOW online at Hot Topic and Hot Topic retail stores. Eckstein can be seen wearing many of the “everyday cosplay” pieces as co-host for MTV Geek’s coverage (mtv.com/geek/) of New York Comic Con October 11th-14th.

SUPERPOWERS LEAD TO SUPER PROBLEMS IN I LOVE TROUBLE

Felicia Castro, the protagonist of the new Image Comics series I LOVE TROUBLE by Kel Symons and Mark Robinson, debuting in December, doesn’t have much going for her. A New Orleans grifter on the run from a mobster, Felicia has to flee the Big Easy to hide out in the Midwest. Then her plane crashes.

Instead of it being the end for the Felicia, the crash turns out to be a new beginning. Felicia discovers she has the ability to teleport, a power she thinks will be an easy fix to all of her problems. But Felicia is someone who follows trouble, and her power opens up a whole new world of crime and exploitation.

“I imagine her as someone who was always on the run from one thing or another in her life — came from a broken home, had terrible experiences with relationships — and when things got bad she just picked up and left,” said writer Symons. “So the idea of teleportation fed into that.”

The premise of Felicia’s power being tied with her personality was what artist Robinson said won him over. “Kel’s ideas were crisp and sharp,” said Robinson. “The book is supposed to be more about the person than the power. Kel’s scripts leave me a lot of room to do my thing visually, which I am grateful for.”

The breathing room has allowed Robinson to shine, said Symons. “There’s a uniqueness to what Mark’s doing — you can just see he’s working on another level, that he takes what’s in a script and finds something you didn’t even realize was there and runs with it.”

Robinson names Will Eisner as one of his primary influences in drawing I LOVE TROUBLE. “It’s not a superhero story, yet it needs to capture the same excitement and sense of the fantastic that Eisner puts into his work,” he said. “I want people to see the characters do things in this book that puts them right in the middle of a scene from their own life.”

Symons was a producer of The Dungeon Masters, a documentary about Dungeons and Dragons players, and also produced and directed the documentary Excavating the 2000-Year-Old Man. He was involved, as a development executive, in the film adaptation of Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan noveI The Sum of All Fears. He also developed the feature films Sahara and Invictus. I LOVE TROUBLE is his first comic book series.

Robinson has been drawing comics professionally since 2001 and is best known for his work on the IDW series Storm Shadow and the Marvel series Hulk and Skrull Kill Krew.

I LOVE TROUBLE is a full-color, ongoing comic book series. Its first issue will be in stores on December 5 and is available for pre-order in the December issue of Previews.

PERFECTION IS POWER IN MARA, FROM IMAGE COMICS

In December, Image Comics will publish the first issue of MARA, a new series by acclaimed writer Brian Wood and brilliant up-and-coming artist Ming Doyle. In a hyper-technological future where sports, war, and celebrity are the world’s obsessions, no one is more famous than Mara Prince. A model and athlete regarded as a paragon, Mara rises to an untouchable height of fame when she manifests superpowers on live television.

For Wood (Northlanders, Conan the Barbarian, DMZ), the connection between athlete and superhero is a natural one. “For a while I’ve seen a connection between superstar athletes and superheroes, both superficially and also in how each can be portrayed and dissected, lauded, and demonized by the societies they serve,” he said, adding that the pressure to perform perfectly can be tremendous for young athletes. “Mara deals with a superstar female athlete who commits this very ‘sin’ of not being perfect, and finds herself facing down the worst of what we can throw at a vulnerable young woman. “

In the society Wood imagines in MARA, physical prowess “is not just expected, its mandatory.  Society celebrates perfection and personal achievement,” he explained. “In one day Mara will go from being the absolute example of this to betraying it all completely.”

Bringing this world to life with her art is Doyle (Girl Comics, Mystery in Space, Adventure Time: Marceline Scream Queens). “Mara exists in a society where personality is productized and even the minutest actions are instantaneously uploaded, circulated, and examined,” said Doyle. “I feel that in both the broad strokes of ultra-sized stadiums and the small touches like social media enabled microphones and eye-in-the-sky blimps, we’re building a stage for Mara that’s both expansive and claustrophobic.”

Bringing color to Doyle’s pencils and inks is Jordie Bellaire, whose work on THE MANHATTAN PROJECTS, Doctor Strange, and The Rocketeer have made her one of comics’ most sought-after colorists.

MARA is a six-issue mini-series, debuting on December 26. It is available for pre-order in the October issue of Previews. An exclusive advance preview and interview with the creators appeared in USA Today on September 12. Wood and Doyle were also interviewed at Comics Alliance in March, when their collaboration was first announced.

Gillian Anderson at Wizard World New Orleans

Viewers of “The X-Files” were told to “Trust No One” and to “Deny Everything.”  Wizard World New Orleans Comic Con attendees, on the other hand, can trust that Gillian Anderson, who starred as “Agent Dana Scully” in the popular Fox TV show, will be appearing at Wizard World New Orleans Comic Con, and confirm that she will be attending on Saturday, December 1, and Sunday, December 2, at the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center.

Anderson is an award-winning film, television, and theatre actress whose other credits include the ill-fated socialite “Lily Bart” in Terence Davies’ masterpiece The House of Mirth (2000) and “Lady Dedlock” in the very successful BBC production of Charles Dickens’ “Bleak House.”

She will be meeting fans, signing autographs, posing for photo ops and conducting an interactive Q&A.  Be a Gillian Anderson VIP by purchasing tickets here.

GET YOUR NEW ORLEANS COMIC CON TICKETS HERE!

Star Wars™ Actress Ashley Eckstein Releases Complete Video Diary of Her Experiences at Star Wars Celebration VI Event

Ashley Eckstein, the voice of Ahsoka Tano on Star Wars™: The Clone Wars and founder of the popular female sci-fi merchandise line, Her Universe™, is giving fans an expanded and unprecedented look behind-the-scenes of her experiences at the largest Star Wars event in the world, Celebration VI, which took place last month in Orlando, FL.  With a video camera following her everywhere for the four-day event, Eckstein gives fans a unique perspective, through her eyes, of this epic convention. With over 40 minutes of footage, Ashley’s Video Diary debuts via Starwars.com today at http://www.starwars.com/watch/celebration_vi_ashley_video_diary.html

Snippets of Eckstein’s video diary cam were posted online on the StarWars.com blog during Celebration VI last month. However, Eckstein decided to edit together one final video diary of the entire Star Wars event, utilizing over 20 minutes of material not seen earlier, to give fans who could not be at Celebration VI the experience of being there… and from a unique view.

“I’ve never been good at keeping a written diary and I wanted to capture the events and memories of Celebration VI for myself and the fans in a different way,” said Eckstein. “With social media being the way it is today, a video diary seemed like the best way to cover CVI.”

The video diary, directed by Jason Surrell, a screenwriter and Senior Show Writer for Walt Disney Imagineering and edited by Studio Say So, an Orlando-based video production company, is a collaborative effort with Eckstein. “I was absolutely thrilled when Ashley asked me to direct her video diary at Star Wars Celebration VI,” said Surrell.  ”After directing Ashley and her fellow Clone Wars cast members in Behind the Force at Disney’s Star Wars Weekends for so many years, I knew that there’s a whole other world out there that people typically don’t get to see.  So I’m hoping that our series of video diaries will truly give Star Wars fans a peek behind the curtain at all the fascinating and truly funny things that happen when these people get together. I’ve never been happier to be a fly on the wall.  We’re going to take you onstage, backstage and everywhere in between.”

The Celebration is Headed Back to Europe! www.StarWarsCelebration.eu

About Her Universe
Her Universe was launched in 2009 by actress and entrepreneur Ashley Eckstein, and her partner, The Araca Group, known as one of the most innovative theatrical production and merchandise companies in the world. Her Universe was created to directly address the expanding market of female fans by entering into its first agreement with Lucas Licensing to develop and produce a line of female-centered Star Wars apparel and accessories. The success of that line was followed up with a collection for the Syfy network including such shows as Battlestar Galactica and with BBC America for Doctor Who and with CBS Consumer Products for Star Trek. You can learn more about Her Universe and purchase the current line of fangirl apparel and accessories by going to www.heruniverse.com and by following Eckstein on Facebook (facebook.com/HerUniverse) and Twitter (twitter.com/HerUniverse).

Meet Eliza Dushku @ Ohio Comic Con!

Best known for her roles in “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “Angel” and True Lies, talented and beautiful Eliza Dushku will appear at this month’s Wizard World Ohio Comic Con.

Dushku, who has also starred in the Fox TV series “Tru Calling” and “Dollhouse,” will meet fans, pose for photo ops and conduct a Q&A panel session.

She just wrapped up work on the comic book film The Scribbler, top billed alongside Michelle Trachtenberg and Katie Cassidy, due for release next year.

Click here to purchase your Eliza Dushku VIP Experience!

The Adventures of Simone and Ajax Come to Baltimore Comic-Con 2012

The Adventures of Simone & Ajax“, the Harvey Award-nominated strip by Eisner-winner Andrew Pepoy, returns today as a weekly webstrip at www.simoneandajax.com, and this week he’ll be attending the great Baltimore Comic-Con on the 8th and 9th. To celebrate both, Andrew is producing a new, limited-edition, signed-and-numbered Simone & Ajax print exclusive to the Baltimore Comic-Con. Limited to only 100 copies, be sure to stop by Andrew’s table in Artists Alley to get this print. And if all 100 copies are sold at the convention, Andrew will donate 20% of the proceeds to The Hero Initiative.

 

Andrew’s Simone & Ajax are also appearing in a pin-up alongside the Liberty Meadows gang in the limited-edition Liberty Meadows 15th Anniversary book that will be available at the Con. The original art for many of the pin-ups in this book will be auctioned off at the Con, and while Andrew has done Simone & Ajax sketches for fans, Andrew’s pin-up is the first finished piece of Simone & Ajax art to ever be sold, so if you are a big fan of Simone & Ajax, this is a rare opportunity. Also, Andrew will donate his half of the sale price to The Hero Initiative, so the buyer will be supporting both the Baltimore Comic-Con and THI.

 

The Adventures of Simone & Ajax, the wacky adventures of a girl and her dinosaur pal, have appeared since 1994 in various indie anthologies and their own title, and have been serialized in chapter-form online and collected into book form by IDW. In 2010, they were honored to have been nominated for the Harvey Award for “Special Award for Humor in Comics.” With this new, weekly webstrip, Andrew looks forward to bringing the dauntless duo back to their past readers and, hopefully, introduce them to many new readers.

Lady Death is Baltimore Bound and Ready to Rock

Coffin Comics announced today Lady Death creator Brian Pulido’s guest appearance at the upcoming Baltimore Comic-Con 2012, taking place September 8-9, 2012 in Baltimore, Maryland. To commemorate this event, three new Lady Death exclusives will be unveiled, with smoking hot covers by fellow attendees Greg Capullo (Batman, Spawn) and Joseph Michael Linsner (Dawn)!

 

In true heavy metal fashion, Lady Death: Judgment War #1 – Heavy Duty Edition features cover art by Greg Capullo and is enhanced with seven 1/4″ heavy metal spikes and is limited to just 99 serially numbered copies. Lady Death: Judgment War #1 – Blood Red Skies Edition, art by Capullo and limited to 199 serially numbered copies, features a cardstock cover. “Greg and I share a love of heavy metal and Judas Priest,” Pulido says. “These editions, named after classic Judas Priest songs, commemorate that.”

 

Also premiering is Lady Death: Tribulation #1 – Blood Beach Edition, featuring a Joseph Michael Linsner cover and limited 199 serially numbered copies. “Back in the day, Linsner showed me the path and inspired me to publish comics,” Pulido admits. It’s an honor to have him contributing to the Lady Death legend.”

 

Lady Death creator Brian Pulido, Greg Capullo and Joseph Michael Linsner will be available for signing at Baltimore Comic-Con 2012.

 

Pricing and Availability

In addition to convention availability, preorders are being accepted on a first come, first serve basis at www.CoffinComicsShop.com. Pricing is $40.00 for Heavy Duty, $40.00 for Blood Red Skies, and $20.00 for Blood Beach. All exclusives ship September 12, 2012.

 

About Coffin Comics

Coffin Comics is a boutique publishing company, founded in September 2007, owned and operated by Chaos! Comics founder and Lady Death creator Brian Pulido. Coffin is dedicated to creating authentically rare, hand crafted limited edition books and assorted items for the discerning collector. For more information, please visit www.CoffinComicsShop.com.

 

Contact: Nick Gallegos, Media Relations, nickg@coffincomicsshop.com

 

TICKETS
Tickets are now available for VIP GOLD, VIP, and General Admission at the Baltimore Comic-Con!

 

Buy your convention tickets and save time at the show! – http://baltimorecomiccon.com/tickets/
For Harvey Award Tickets – http://baltimorecomiccon.com/harvey-awards/

 

 

This year’s confirmed guests for the show including: Guest of Honor, Stan “The Man” Lee (Saturday only!); Neal Adams (First X-Men, Baman:  Odyssey); Jason Adams (Sculptor); Josh Adams (Doctor Who, Sherlock); Dave Aikins (SpongeBob and Dora the Explorer children’s books illustrator); Ken Bald (Golden Age Timely/Marvel Artist); Marty Baumann (Pixar artist); Brian Bolland (Dial H, Cover Story: The DC Comics Art of Brian Bolland); Tom Brevoort (Avengers); Harold Buchholz (Archie Comics); Mark Buckingham (Fables, Doctor Who); Jim Calafiore (Secret Six); Frank Cammuso (Knights of the Lunch Table, Otto’s Orange Day); Greg Capullo (Batman, Spawn); Richard Case (Artist Alley Comics, Doom Patrol); Tommy Castillo (Grimm Fairy Tales); Bernard Chang (DC Comics Presents, War of the Green Lanterns); Jo Chen (Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight – Saturday only!); Sean Chen (Steel, Avengers Academy, Voltron); Jim Cheung (Avengers vs. X-Men, AVX VS., Spider-Men);Cliff Chiang (Wonder Woman); Frank Cho (Avengers vs. X-Men, Liberty Meadows); Mike Choi (Fantastic Four, Demon Knights, Captain Atom); Steve Conley (Bloop webcomic www.bloopstree.com); Amanda Conner (Before Watchmen:  Silk Spectre); Geof Darrow (Shaolin Cowboy); Lar deSouza (Looking For Group, Least I Could Do); Todd Dezago (Perhapanauts); Dan Didio (O.M.A.C.); Eryk Donovan (SEQAPUNCH anthology, ‘Ringo Scholarship Recipient); Joe Eisma (Morning Glories); Garth Ennis (The Shadow, Hellblazer, Preacher, The Boys); Rich Faber (Roboy Red); Ray Fawkes (One Soul); Joshua Hale Fialkov (I, Vampire, Echoes, Last of the Greats); David Finch (Batman:  The Dark Knight); Anthony Fleecs (In My Lifetime); Francesco Francavilla (The Black Beetle, Swamp Thing, Captain America and Black Widow); Franco (Tiny Titans, Superman Family Adventures); John Gallagher (Buzzboy); SL Gallant (G.I. Joe); Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez (Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman); Bryan J.L. Glass (Mice Templar); Mike Gold (Editor, DC Comics, Co-Founder and Editor First Comics); Jimmy Gownley (Amelia Rules!); Dan Green (Amazing Spider-Man, Wonder Woman, Legion of Super-Heroes); Randy Green (Artist Alley Comics, Witchblade); Brad Guigar (Evil Inc.); Gene Ha (Justice League); Larry Hama (G.I. Joe, Wolverine, The ‘Nam); Cully Hamner (Action Comics); Scott Hanna (Green Lantern Corps); Dean Haspiel (Billy Dogma, ACT-I-VATE, Trip City); Marc Hempel (Sandman, Gregory, Blood of the Innocent); Eric Henson (Perhapanauts : Danger Down Under); Greg Horn (Max Payne, Avengers DK, Avengers Academy); Jason Horn (Ninjasaur); Jamal Igle (KISS, Supergirl, The Ray); Chris Ivy (Hero Comics, Army of Darkness); J.G. Jones (Wanted, Doc Savage); Justin Jordan (Shadowman), Chris Kemple (Artist Alley Comics, Negative Burn); Denis Kitchen (Kitchen Sink Press); Barry Kitson (Captain America, Iron Man, Fantastic Four); Roger Langridge (Snarked, Popeye, The Muppets, Thor the Mighty Avenger); Greg LaRocque (Web of Spider-Man, The Avengers, Legion of Super Heroes); Erik Larsen (Savage Dragon); Janet Lee (Return of the Dapper Men); Norman Lee (Uncanny X-Men, New Mutants, Wolverine and the X-Men); Jeff Lemire (Sweet Tooth, Justice League Dark, Animal Man, Essex County); Paul Levitz (DC Comics, Legion of Super Heroes); Joe Linsner (Dawn); David Mack (Kabuki); Kevin Maguire (World’s Finest); Mark Mariano (Happyloo); Laura Martin (Avengers vs. X-Men, Captain America, 100 Penny Press: The Rocketeer); Ron Marz (Artifacts, Voodoo); Bob McLeod (DC Comics Presents: Wonder Woman); Carla Speed McNeil (Finder); Pop Mhan (Gears of War, Blank, Ender’s Game); Mark Morales (Avengers vs. X-Men); Dave Nestler (Salem’s Daughter: The Haunting, Grimm Fairy Tales); Jamar Nicholas (Leon: Protector of the Playground); Cary Nord (X-O Manowar, Conan); Jimmy Palmiotti (All-Star Western); Dan Parent (Archie, Veronica, Kevin Keller); Dan Parsons (Star Wars artist); Andrew Pepoy (Fables, The Simpsons, Simone & Ajax); David Petersen (Mouse Guard); Brandon Peterson (Uncanny X-Men, Ultimates Comics Ultimates); Khoi Pham (X-Men); Paul Pope (THB, Adventure Time); Eric Powell (The Goon); Brian Pulido (Lady Death); Frank Quitely (All Star Superman, Batman & Robin); Mike Raicht (Stuff of Legend, Infestation: G.I. Joe, Dark Shadows); Tom Raney (Suicide Squad, Incredible Hulk, Avengers Academy); Joe Rivera (Daredevil); Paolo Rivera (Daredevil); John Romita, Jr. (Avengers Vs. X-Men); Don Rosa (Uncle Scrooge); Craig Rousseau (Perhapanauts, Marvel Super-Heroes); Joe Rubinstein (Agent Marc Sanders, Green Hornet Golden Age Remastered); Andy Runton (Owly); Christophe Ryder (Dames in the Atomic Age); Scott Christian Sava (The Dreamland Chronicles); Alex Saviuk (STAN LEE’s MIGHTY 7); Stuart Sayger (Infestation 2: 30 Days of Night One-Shot); Matteo Scalera (Secret Avengers, Irredeemable, Valen the Outcast, Wolverine & the X-Men); Louise Simonson (Rocketeer Adventures, Power Pack); Walter Simonson (Thor, Legion of Super-Heroes, Avengers); Scott Snyder (Batman, Severed, Swamp Thing); John K. Snyder III (Zorro Rides Again); Nicky Soh (LIQUID CITY, ‘Ringo Scholarship Recipient); Ryan Sohmer (Looking For Group, Least I Could Do); Mark Sparacio (Liberty Girl, Omega Paradox, Jonah Hex); Chris Sparks (Team Cul de Sac); Jim Starlin (Infinity Gauntlet, Dreadstar, Captain Marvel); Brian Stelfreeze (ICE); Roger Stern (Hulk Smash Avengers, The Captain America Corps); Paul Storrie (Twisted Journeys, Sheena: Queen of the Jungle); Karl Story (Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9); Robert Tinnell (Flesh & Blood, EZ Street, Wicked West); Peter Tomasi (Batman and Robin); Herb Trimpe (G.I. Joe, Wolverine); Tim Truman (Hawken, Grimjack); Billy Tucci (A Child Is Born, Shi); Fred Van Lente (Archer & Armstrong), Robert Venditti (X-O Manowar, Surrogates); Neil Vokes (Flesh And Blood, The Dark Forest); Dave Wachter (Night of 1000 Wolves); Matt Wagner (Tower Chronicles, Mage, Grendel); Mark Waid (Daredevil, Incorruptible, Irredeemable); Matt Webb (Flesh and Blood, John Byrne’s Next Men, Zombie Tales); Mark Wheatley (Frankenstein Mobster, Fables, Blood of the Innocent); Matt Wieringo (‘Ringo Scholarship Fund); Rich Woodall (Artist Alley Comics, Johnny Raygun); Bernie Wrightson (Frankenstein); Kelly Yates (Dr. Who: A Fairytale Life, Amber Atoms); Thom Zahler (Love and Capes); Chrissie Zullo (Cinderella, Fables).

 

In the coming weeks, look for more announcements from the Baltimore Comic-Con. We are looking forward to highlighting our guests, the Harvey Awards, industry exclusives, and programming. The latest developments can always be found on our website, Twitter, and Facebook pages.

 

This year’s Baltimore Comic-Con will be held September 8-9, 2012. Convention hours are Saturday 10 AM to 6 PM and Sunday 10 AM to 5 PM. The ceremony and banquet for the Harvey Awards will be held Saturday night, September 8th.