Just announced! I haven't done this show since 2014, which also was my first out of state convention. This time though, I won't be solo in Artist Alley as usual. I recently joined the Hawaii Comic Book Alliance, and will be one of many alliance members stationed at their exhibitor booth at the event. Other details such as what art and/or book we'll be selling have yet to be discussed, so stay tuned as always for more information.
This convention is of course, all about Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. Taking place at the Anaheim Convention Center, the plan is for me to be joining other artists from the Comic Arts Professional Society at a booth doing power ranger sketches and having my books for sale. This is still in the early planning stages hence the question mark at the end of the event title. I'll keep you posted as always.
This was the Artwalk last year where I made $200 in an 8 hour period off a free table (the original $15 fee was later waived after qualifying for the event's artist grant). So, of course I'll be back for a round two! The question mark at the end of this show title is for me completing their interest form earlier this afternoon, so nothing is confirmed yet
And to think that a few weeks ago, I was afraid that this show wouldn't be coming back since I hadn't heard any follow-up on the event since the last show in September 2017. Well the final word is the artwalk is DEFINITELY happening again this year. Since anything can happen between now and the end of September, I'll keep all of you posted about this show.
A last minute booking at an in-studio radio station at Sunset Gower Studios in Hollywood. As part of the Stauros Entertainment and UBN company umbrella, the show is hosted by a good friend of mine named Tyrone Tann, who also does on-site interviews at conventions and awards shows. As it has been four years since my last appearance on his show (I was first interviewed by him in July 2014, and later worked with him and actor/puppeteer Justin Galluccio on a comic adaptation of their live action youtube series "Blooob"), I'll be discussing my upbringing, art influences, what my comic titles are about, upcoming conventions I'll be doing, as well as answering questions from the three co-hosts.
Another new show that had a great first year in 2017, this convention takes place at the Ontario Convention Center, expanding from one day last year to two days this year.
BREAKING NEWS: I have just been confirmed as a panelist for my first convention panel appearance ever. The information is below:
Creating Comics on a Shoestring Budget - Sunday, May 20th - 12 pm to 1 pm - Room 106
One of the biggest attendee turnouts for a new Los Angeles comic convention ever happened at the first year of this show. Taking place once again at the El Gallo Plaza in East Los Angeles, I was there as a customer and saw first hand the happy insanity of this event. Suffice to say, I couldn't wait until their next show so I could experience all the craziness behind the table.
Yep! Just snagged another spot for Free Comic Book Weekend! So, before I set up shop at the Culver City Comic Bug for the second year in the row on Sunday May 6th, I'll be draping my familiar orange tablecloth with many other talented creators for the first time at Hi De Ho Comics in Santa Monica. A short walk from Santa Monica Pier, and an even shorter walk from the Downtown Santa Monica Expo Line light rail station.
Ah yes, the big one. This three-day comic, cartoon, and movie extravaganza boasts a fantastic artist alley for print and commission artists, and a small press area for independent comic creators and publishers. Located at the Anaheim Convention Center, conveniently located across the street from Disneyland and the Anaheim Gardenwalk restaurant strip mall.
My first show of the year will be here at the Pasadena Convention Center, located a block south off Pasadena's main drag of Colorado Blvd. This is one of those great little local shows where the retailers and artists are easily accessible for attendees. There are also multiple transportation options for this convention, with the Metro Gold Line Del Mar light rail station three blocks away from the building, as well as being able to use rideshare services such as Lyft and Uber, or parking your private vehicle for just $12 in the adjacent convention center parking lot.
Their final show for the year, I will be on hand as a veteran artist vendor since first doing this event back in March 2014. I'll have my Mongoose Mondays Christmas Carol books back in stock along with those Damn Tourists and the Cosmic Force.
It's the annual comic convention that wraps itself around the Halloween weekend! Last year's show (the first under the new name, formerly Comikaze) was a great big ball of energy, with record-setting crowds and an expanded convention hall. Let's see what this year has to offer.
I just submitted an application and table payment for what will be my third artwalk this year, which is happening at Barnes Park in Monterey Park. This event will also take place two hours after the Comic Book Invasion show in nearby City of Commerce, which ends at 3 pm. Here's to pulling double-duty!
Created and promoted by Kimzar Kollectables comic shop owner Raz Simonian, (local store in Santa Clarita of course), this fall edition of this new small antelope valley convention (his first show was held in March) will take place once again at the College of the Canyons Gymnasium.
Held once again at Granada Pavilion, I will be making a third and final appearance for the year at this show to debut my Mongoose Mondays Band Name Illustration book, and my first Cosmic Force character prequel: "The Man with a Short Fuse."
UPDATE: I have just been confirmed as an artist alley vendor for this show (table payment has already been processed). Looking forward to exhibiting at this con for the first time, as I only attended on a Sunday during its inaugural year in 2016. I should have both my new Mongoose Mondays Band Name Illustration and Cosmic Force character prequel books ready for this show.
I'm returning to my old stomping grounds of conventions. Taking place at Granada Hills Pavilion, it's a local show for me as I live across the San Fernando Valley in North Hollywood. As I've tabled at this event several times since 2014, I'm bringing two new things to the table....literally: Free pencil sketches, and my new fourth issue of Damn Tourists!
This will be Ontario's first comic book convention located at the Ontario Convention Center. While first time shows can be quite the gamble, the fact that this event is being put together by the same team that organized the Long Beach Comic Expo and Comic Con shows is a good sign in my opinion. We shall see in a month and a half.
As mentioned in my Tulare Sci Fi Con event, this will be my first showing at this convention, and my first time in San Jose. I hear that it has the perfect combination of indie comics fans with lots of money, so I'm definitely excited to see how this show goes!
I'm baaaaaaaaack! After having to sit out the last two Wondercons as an exhibitor due to financial issues, I've just been confirmed for a small press table for their 2017 show, which is back at the Anaheim Convention Center. More details on table number and floor layout to come!
Just announced yesterday! I've been wanting to try this show out since last year when in first began, but had always been booked for another show happening on the same day. Now, it's happening on the last free weekend I had in March (I'm doing a convention every other weekend then). Since this show will be during an extremely busy month for me convention-wise, I will be combining updates for this event with the other three March events I'll be participating in.