09.20.2013 Special Guests Announced!Posted by: Michael B.
Richard P. Clark
With a career that has included work in the editorial, book, advertising, institutional and comic industries, currently he is the artist on Corey (Slipknot) Taylor's House Of Gold And Bones. Other comic work has included work on HAPPY!, The Boys and The Guild. This is his first time appearing at ECCC.
Creator/writer/artist of Sharknife, Peng!, Seedless and contributor to Strange Tales, X-Men: Nation X, Street Fighter, Darkstalkers and Rival Schools.
Co-creator/artist of Happy, Oliver, The Boys and Transmetropolitan. Other work includes Fringe: Tales from the Fringe, Total Recall, Fly, Dean Koontz's Nevermore, King Conan: The Scarlet Citadel, Punisher, Fury, Wolverine, Batman, Nightcrawler, Spider-Man, Superman and Justice League.
Writer of Pathfinder: Goblins, Strange Attractors, Legends of the Dark Knight, Red Lanterns, Swamp Thing, Thunderbolts, Twenty Seven, Twenty Seven: Second Set and Strongman.
Co-creator/artist of The Surrogates (which was turned in to a major motion picture starring Bruce Willis). Artist of Aron Warner's Pariah, Wasteland, Spontaneous, The Light and Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
09.19.2013 Tales From The Con!Posted by: Jim D
Must Not Be Feeding Time
09.17.2013 Special Guest MARK BUCKINGHAM Announced!Posted by: Michael B.
Making a name for himself as the penciller on Hellblazer in the late 80's, Mark Buckingham has gone on to contribute art on such classic series as Marvelman/Miracleman, both of the Vertigo Death mini series and he has been the penciller for most every issue of Fables. Mark currently resides in Spain and will be making his first ever appearance at Emerald City Comicon.
Eisner Award-winning creator/writer of Fables, Elementals, Fairest, The Literals and Jack of Fables, plus writer of numerous books, including the Sandman-related series Thessaly, The Thessaliad, Taller Tales, Merv Pumpkinhead: Agent of D.R.E.A.M. and The Dreaming, plus House of Mystery, Warriors Three, Angel and more.
09.16.2013 Voice Talent WILLIAM SALYERS announced!Posted by: Jim D
Best known currently for his voice work as Rigby (Fist Pump!) on the wildly popular cartoon Regular Show, but you may also know him from Morel Orel as well as numerous video games including Mass Effect 2 and 3, Medal of Honor, and Dead Space 2.
09.13.2013 Special Guests Announced!Posted by: Jim D
Creator/writer of Great Pacific, writer of The X-Files: Season 10, The Fury of Firestorm: The Nuclear Men, Vampirella vs. Dracula, Batman: The Dark Knight, Spontaneous, Vampirella and The Scarlet Legion and B.P.R.D.
Eisner Award-winning creator/writer/artist of the Mouse Guard series, which include Spring/Winter 1152, Legends of the Guard, The Black Axe, The Tale of the Wise Weaver and more, plus work on various Muppet titles, Dark Crystal and Fraggle Rock.
A NY Times best selling artist and writer, his most notable works have been 30 Days of Night (which spawned a major motion picture), Fell and most recently, Ten Grand. Other projects include Wormwood: Gentleman Corpse, Welcome to Hoxford, Choker and Singularity 7.
09.12.2013 Tales From The Con!Posted by: Jim D
09.10.2013 Special Guest ARTHUR ADAMS Announced!Posted by: Michael B.
He became an immediate fan favorite as the penciler on the critically-acclaimed 1985 Longshot limited series. His career has included work on such titles as Batman, Superman, Spider-man, X-Men, Godzilla, The Authority, Danger Girl, Excalibur, and Hulk, to name a few. He is also the creator, writer and artist on Monkeyman and O'Brien.
Mr. Adams will be making his first ever appearance at Emerald City Comicon.
09.09.2013 New Celebrity Announcement!Posted by: Jim D
After rising to fame in the Whedon-verse, first as anti-hero Faith on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and then as Echo on the cult hit Dollhouse, she starred in the series Tru Calling and is also well known for her supporting roles in the movies Bring It On, True Lies, and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.
Ms. Dushku will be appearing all three days of Emerald City Comicon.
A former NBA star in Boston and Los Angeles (where he won a championship as a Laker) turned actor, he started out in basketball-centered films such as Blue Chips and He Got Game before being cast in shows like Oz, One Tree Hill, Single Ladies, and The Glades. He's even guest-starred on The Big Bang Theory!
Mr. Fox will be appearing all three days of Emerald City Comicon.