Sunday, June 29, 2014

Comics I've Read Recently June 29, 2014

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Saturday, June 28, 2014

Weinland Park Story Book Release and Family Celebration

We will be attending the Weinland Park Story Book Release and Family Celebration tomorrow, 2-4, at the Godman Guild Association. I was honored to be invited to draw two stories for this project and I'm looking forward to meeting the authors and residents and seeing a copy of the book!

From the Wexner Center for the Arts site: "Join us for a family-friendly artist’s reception celebrating the completion of the Weinland Park Story Book, a graphic anthology featuring the drawings of over 40 area artists—young and old, amateur and professional—all based on short stories and anecdotes from Weinland Park, the neighborhood just to the south of the Wex. Enjoy a free scoop of Jeni’s ice cream and view the original artworks, on display salon style, before they’re donated to the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum’s permanent collection. Weinland Park residents and contributing artists will be able to pick up their free copy of the book (one per household)."
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Pug hasn't appeared in The Signifiers. He will.
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Early '50s Archie Ad

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Comics I've Read Recently, June 28, 2014

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Friday, June 20, 2014

Nix Comics Quarterly #7 Preview. Expect Smashing Karate Action!

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How to Draw Daffy Duck

Found on the interwebs. Artist unknown.
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Sunday, June 15, 2014

Early '60s Ad for Jimmy Rea, Electronics Dealer on West Rich Street

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Saturday, June 14, 2014

Gem City 2014 Pics

Our new table banner, starring characters from The Signifiers and beyond.

We were also selling books published by Nix Comics, Caliber, Airship 27, Verl Holt Bond, Moosepath Press and Enter Pelonius.

A Signifiers shirt, starring "Puffy".

Original Nix Comics art and an evil cat painting, for sale here:

Our talented friend, colleague and con neighbor Sterling Clark. Watch for some new Clark/Neno collaborations in 2014.

Cosplayers Echo Endless and Teeny Foxx had some of the best costumes, working with artist Brian Latimer.

Cartoonist Martin Hirchak, who who had an awesome display of cover prints.

 Cartoonist Kel Crum, signing his latest comic. Very funny stuff!

I want a Dalek Mr. Potato head!

Thanks to Jesse Noble for putting on a great show!
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