If you are going to be in the the Denver area this weekend, swing on by the Denver Comic Con and the Creephouse Comics table and say hello. We’ll have two brand two books, some new prints, and whimsy. If you need to know where we are, I made this handy to use map of the convention floor. Well, I didn’t make the map part.
At the Denver Comic Con last month I was a guest on a Horror and Mystery Comics panel. Myself, Alfred Trujillo, Robert Elrod and Ben Templesmith chatted about mostly horror and very little mystery for an hour and my wonderful girlfriend recorded the whole thing and made this awesome video of it. Check it out below!
At Denver Comic Con the awesome folks at Project-Nerd stopped by my table for a brief chat about all things, TLZ, Creephouse Comics and a few other topics. Swing by the website and check out my interview here!
Now that con season is winding down for me, it is time to get back on track. I know it is a bit early to be thinking about Halloween but this will be TLZ’s last Halloween season and I want to go big to celebrate. More details to come for sure.
Also swing by creephousecomics.com to see pictures from the Horror and Mystery Comics panel I was on at Denver Comic Con!
We here at Creephouse Comics and Teenage Love Zombies want to give a big thanks to everybody who came by the table this past weekend and picked up some comics, prints, postcards or just said hello. We hope you stick around awhile! There will be a write up about the event over at creephousecomics.com later this week!
This Friday is the 2nd Denver Comic Con. Yours truly will be representing Creephouse Comics in artist alley at table G-19. As part of the festivities I will be a part of two different panels.
First up, the Webcomic Pioneers are returning to do a follow up from last years panel. Details follow:
Friday May 31st 7:00PM Room 109
Connect with local Colorado creators in a Q&A style discussion about the latest challenges for independent, creator-owned works! Potential topics include Kickstarter and crowd-funding, the changing face of social media, and the process and pitfalls of making comics in the digital age. Panelists include Robin Dempsey (LeyLines), Liam Tigh and Scooter Hughes (LIFE Under Construction), Kevin Gentilcore (Teenage Love Zombies), and Shawn Gustafson and Al Fukalek (The Specialists).
In the 1950s, Horror and Mystery Comics were the reason behind the Comics Code. These comics have been around just as long as superheroes in tights. So why do they not get more respect? These masterpieces not only tell captivating stories, but they have to scare us when it comes to turning that page. Learn from some of the best in the genre. Where are Horror and Mystery Comics headed? Will digital formats spotlight this great genre? Stop in and find out.
ALSO, I will have an exclusive TLZ print, signed, numbered and limited to 25 copies. These will be $20 a piece and once they are gone, they are gone.
See everybody at the show this weekend. It is going to be amazing!