Showing posts with label Tom King. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Tom King. Show all posts

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

March 7: Strange Adventures Signing w/ Tom King and Mitch Gerads at Fantom Comics

Update 3/4/20: Mitch Gerard won't attend due to illness.

MAR 7 2020



Strange Adventures Signing w/ Tom King and Mitch Gerads


· Hosted by Fantom Comics


  • Saturday, March 7, 2020 at 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

  • Fantom Comics
    2010 P St NW, 3rd Floor, Washington D.C. 20036

    Tom King and Mitch Gerads reunite for Strange Adventures, telling the story of Adam Strange as a man of two worlds. We're happy to announce that Tom will be returning and Mitch will be here for the first time! Signing will follow a podcast discussion with Julian Lytle of IGNORANT BLISS. We ask that all attendees limit themselves to 2 items per person for signing with a possibility that the creators may have time to let folks back in line for other items.

    Strange Adventures #1 will be released Wednesday, 3/4 and is available for pre-order at Fantom Comics now!

Thursday, May 30, 2019

Tom King interview and news

Tom King on Heroes in Crisis, The Fan Reaction, and Wally West's Future
By RUSS BURLINGAME - May 23, 2019
https://comicbook.com/dc/2019/05/22/tom-king-on-heroes-in-crisis-the-fan-reaction-and-more/

and...

Tom King Co-Writing 'New Gods' Film With Ava DuVernay for Warner Bros. PicturesMary Anne Butler
https://www.bleedingcool.com/2019/05/29/tom-king-co-writing-new-gods-with-ava-duvernay/ 

Monday, December 12, 2016

Local comic books make more Best of 2016 lists

March and The Vision make this list -
Top 10 Graphic Novels of 2016
Rob Salkowitz ,  Dec 8, 2016

 March, The Vision and Sheriff of Babylon make this list -
The 31 Most Interesting Comics of 2016
 Rich Barrett
Mental Floss December 2016

Monday, November 04, 2013

Nov. 9: King at Game On! Comics

Tom King, author of A Once Crowded Sky, will be at Game On! Comics and Games in Vienna, Va.,  Saturday from 12-3 p.m. Here is a neat video promoting the book that I don't recall seeing before.

Sunday, December 02, 2012

Snyder, King and Hatke at Capicons

The bi-monthly Capicons con at Tyson's Corner saw a few new faces today. I picked up a couple of pieces of original art as a result (and blew my budget, but if you go to the show with friends, you can borrow money from them).

101_4763 JK Snyder III Shadow sketch

Baltimore County's John K Snyder III did this Shadow sketch with the money going to Hero Initiative charity. Keep an eye out on IDW's variant covers for the Shadow as John is doing one in 2013.

 101_4766 Hatke - Zita the Spacegirl original art p98

Front Royal's Ben Hatke's Zita the Spacegirl original art for page 98. Zita's aimed at kids, but I like it a lot.

 101_4767 Hatke - Zita the Spacegirl original art chapter breaks

Ben Hatke's Zita the Spacegirl original art for chapter breaks. He tossed this one in after I bought the previous.

Washington's Tom King was signing his book A Once Crowded Sky, a novel about what happens when all the superheroes vanish, but the supervillains don't. I reviewed it for the City Paper and had the strange experience of seeing my words as a pull quote on his banner.  I liked the book enough to buy another copy for a comics-collecting buddy's Christmas present. King told me that some additional comic book news from him should come out this week - remind me to follow up if I don't post something here.