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Last minute notice, I know, but if you’re in Brooklyn, stop by some time tonight to see star artist Cliff Chiang (he’s the bestest) at Rocketship do a signing to commemorate the release of Greendale this week!
The Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art’s 2010 MoCCA Festival starts tomorrow in New York City!
I will be at Rocketship tonight to celebrate the kick-off of the MoCCA Festival, along with celebrating Top Shelf’s “Swedish Invasion”!!
I’ll then be at the actual festival on Saturday! I hope to see some of y’all there!
Raina Telgemeier is celebrating the release of her new book, Smile, this Saturday at Rocketship!
As you might have noticed, I thought that Smile was a very cool comic book!
I’ll be stopping by for a little while on Saturday, and so should you!
I’m afraid I won’t be able to attend (I have a friend’s birthday party that night), but all you other folks in the New York area without birthday parties to attend should totally go!
(which I just was, in case you missed it)
R. Sikoryak, the creator of Masterpiece Comics, will be at Rocketship this Friday, October 30th, to sign copies of Masterpiece Comics and give a talk about creating the work.
Check out Rocketship’s website for details.
Wonder Woman Day, the fourth annual celebration of Wonder Woman, which also serves as a charity benefit for domestic violence shelters and crisis lines, is this Sunday, October 25, 2009, in Portland, OR and Flemington, NJ.
Check out their site for more details.
Drawn & Quarterly is celebrating 20 amazing years in business this Saturday night at Rocketship in Brooklyn in conjunction with Drawn & Quarterly exhibiting at the Brooklyn Book Festival.
You should stop by if you’re in the neighborhood. I’ll be there!
Check out Rocketship’s website for directions and more information.
You get to meet the awesome people on this flier AND you get to hang out with me – what more could you ask for?
Rocketship is having a comic release party for the latest SYNCOPATED anthology this Friday!
If you’re in New York, you should come by! I’ll be there, so should you!
Check out Rocketship’s site for directions!
Achewood is pretty much the greatest webcomic ever. This is a fact proven by science and religion. TIME Magazine totally agrees! This is the only New York appearance by Mr. Onstad and Mr. Smuckles, so don’t miss it!
The event starts at 7 pm.
Which I just was, you see, they’re having a release party for it today.
Here are the details:
KING DRUM COMIX RELEASE PARTY!
@ Munky King
7308 Melrose Ave.
LA, CA 90046
DJ Stereotype and R-Rated
* Original Art From the Book will be on Display and For Sale!
* We’ll have Kick Drum Comix there for Sale and Jim will be Signing Copies!
First off, this Friday, Rocketship is having their annual group show for local Brooklyn artists. This year, Cliff Chiang. Dash Shaw and Julia Wertz will be there!
And so will I!
208 Smith Street
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Secondly, this Saturday, Source Comics & Games is having a Jim Lee signing at 1pm!
Jim Lee rarely does signings at stores, so this is a big deal!
Source Comics & Games
1601 West Larpenteur Ave
Falcon Heights, MN. 55113
They’ll be there for the launch of their comic book making textbook from First Second, Drawing Words and Writing Pictures (great title, by the way):
The event begins at 8pm!
Go to the Rocketship store site here for more info (including how to get to Rocketship)!
Check out Rocketship’s website here for more info!
As mentioned yesterday, I’ll be doing a liveblog from our pal Alex’s store, Rocketship, which is in Brooklyn. I just thought I should mention when I’m going to be there. I’ll be there from 1pm until 4/5 pm.
Matt Loux and Fred Van Lente are going to be there signing comics!
So make sure to stop in if you’re in the neighborhood!
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