Tomorrow, I head off for Seattle for the Emerald City Comicon. I can be found hanging out at table C-05 with Brandon Graham, when I am not doing panels, which will be most of the time.
I have four panels in total. And they are going to be awesome. Just sayin’.
Friday March 30th
ECCC Spotlight Series: Bill Sienkiewicz
Time: 5:00 – 6:00
The Emerald City Comicon Spotlight Series is designed to give you an intimate look into the minds of some of comics greatest creators. This hour, Bill Sienkiewicz will take you through what is sure to be one of the most amazing hours of your life! Bill’s work has covered, (literally), most every major character from Marvel and DC. His work has graced the National Museum of Fine Arts in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; galleries in Paris, Barcelona and Tuscany and Spain’s famed La Semana Negra (The Black Week) Festival. Additionally, he designed, with longtime friend and mentor Neal Adams, a multimedia stage productions for Roger Waters’ 2006 Dark Side of the Moon Tour. Come meet a legendary artist and listen to his amazing stories.
Saturday March 31st
Comics Influencing Comics
Time: 4:00 – 5:00
A look at how comics affect a cartoonists creative process. This panel will explore the idea of a personal pantheon of influence was some of the more unique voices in comics. The work of panelists Brandon Graham, Justin “Moritat” Norman, Nate Powell, Michael Allred all come from different directions and will have lots of points of discussion.
Sunday April 1st
ECCC Spotlight Series: Steve Niles
Time: 12:00 – 1:00
The Emerald City Comicon Spotlight Series is designed to give you an intimate look into the minds of some of comics greatest creators. This hour, modern master of horror, Steve Niles, talks about what it takes to craft a good horror story, working with artists like Sam Kieth and Ben Templesmith and how his creation of 30 Days of Night changed the face of horror comics.
ECCC Spotlight Series: Brandon Graham and Adam Warren in Conversation
Time: 1:00 – 2:00
The Emerald City Comicon Spotlight Series is designed to give you an intimate look into the minds of some of comics greatest creators. Brandon Graham and Adam Warren join you this hour for a conversation talking about finer points of their work. Their western takes on manga have delighted readers locally and abroad. Expect a vivid and lively discussion.