Showing posts with label Image Comics. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Image Comics. Show all posts

Sunday, November 30, 2014

Dec. 14: Keatinge, Duca at Big Planet

Joe Keatinge and Leila Del Duca, co-creators of the series Shutter from Image Comics, will be signing at Big Plant Comics at College Park from noon to 2 p.m. on Dec. 14. The store will also have an exclusive Big Planet Comics variant of the next issue, Shutter #7.

Friday, June 14, 2013

Edmondson at Big Planet Comics June 29

Nathan Edmondson will be at Big Planet Comics at its U Street store on June 29 to sign copies of his new series, The Dream Merchant (Image Comics). Edmondson’s other comics include The Activity, Who is Jake Ellis?, Ultimate Iron Man, Grifter, The Light and Olympus, among others.

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Truitt on Image retread Glory and Dead Man's Run

Glory hallelujah: Image relaunches classic superheroine
By Brian Truitt, USA TODAY January 18 2012

....sorry, but "classic superheroine?" I don't think so.

Greg Pak creates a hellish prison for 'Dead Man's Run'
By Brian Truitt, USA TODAY January 17 2012

Monday, October 12, 2009

Baltimore Comic Con photos continued

100_8221 Don Rosa
Baltimore Comic Con. Don Rosa correcting Scrooge's eyeglasses. He said he draws the view through the lenses but European publishers blank them out.

100_8222 Robert Montgomery and Don Rosa
Baltimore Comic Con. Robert Montgomery and Don Rosa.

100_8225 Rob Ullman
Rob Ullman. Rob said that he did well at the show, although Sunday was slower.

100_8227 Frank Cho
Frank Cho.

100_8228 Image booth
Image Comics booth.

100_8229 Dark Horse Booth
Dark Horse Comics booth.

100_8230 Tim Sale
Tim Sale, racing the hourglass for some reason.

100_8233 George Perez
George Perez.

100_8234 Scott Kurtz
Scott Kurtz, with Greg Horn's booth signs showing oddly behind him.

Sunday, June 15, 2008

Zadzooks moves to Thursday

The Washington Times comics column is no longer being published in the Saturday edition, which is defunct. I wrote to Joe Szadkowski asking if his comics column was still published and he replied:

They moved me to the back of Classified on Thursday in print. On the Web site, I am under the Culture section, Family and Kids, every Thursday.

I also have a Zadzooks presence in its own TWT community.

The second story on his new day relates to Image Comics - "Shark-Man's son takes up crusade," Joseph Szadkowski, Washington Times Thursday, June 5, 2008. By the way, I just sent Shark-Man 2 to Michigan State's comic collection.