02.17.2015 Special Guest AnnouncementPosted by: Andrea D
Writer of such books as Wolverine: In The Flesh, Strange Tales, X-Infernus, Runaways, War of Kings: Darkhawk, Astonishing Tales, and recently an editor for Star Wars and Darth Vader.
He is also Vice President of International Business Development & Brand Management for Marvel Comics.
02.16.2015 Introducing the Cospitality Lounge!Posted by: Andrea D
It will be home to a Cosplay Repair Station, Comic Book Characters for Causes, a professional photographer who can take photos for you, as well as tables and chairs for you to get off your feet for a bit.
The Cosplay Repair Station is hosted by the Costume Club at the University of Washington. They specialize in quick fixes and have a wig station, sewing station, glue station and more; everything you need to make your costume beautiful again!
The Cospitality Lounge will be on the fourth floor of the Washington State Convention Center in room 400, near the North Lobby.
02.13.2015 Special Guest AnnouncementPosted by: Andrea D
An illustrator, designer, and art director whose work includes Dystopia Rising, Castle Assault, and projects for Adult Swim, Chopsticks NY, Ford, NBA All Star 2014, Clinique, Nike, and About.com
Author of Yurei: The Japanese Ghost. Contributor to Wayward. Translator of the Eisner and Harvey-nominated Showa: A History of Japan, and Kitaro, Hitler, Opus, Seraphim, Panty and Stocking With Garterbelt, and The Art of Satoshi Kon.
Character designer on the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon, character design supervisor on G.I. Joe: Renegades, character designer for Batman: Brave and the Bold, Justice League Unlimited, Batman Beyond, Superman, and Batman: The Animated Series.
Co-creator/artist of Happy, Oliver, The Boys, Transmetropolitan, and Ballistic. Recent cover work includes Judge Dredd Classics: The Dark Judges, RoboCop, The Crow: Pestilence, Sons of Anarchy, Poison Elves, and interior work on Batman: Arkham Unhinged.
02.11.2015 Announcing our newest Special Event!Posted by: Andrea D
Emerald City Comicon has joined forces with Jo Jo Stiletto, the Professor of Nerdlesque, to assemble a star-studded lineup of super geeks to explore what happens when fandom and burlesque meet live on stage. Our mission, should you choose to accept it, is defending the sexiness of all nerds regardless of gender, sexual orientation, body type, race or ability. We are all the Guardians of the Sexy.
There are four show times, two on Friday March 27 at 7:30 PM and 10:15 PM, and on Saturday at the same times. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the event page.
02.11.2015 Special Guest AnnouncementPosted by: Andrea D
Bill Doran is the owner and prop maker at Punished Props in Seattle, WA. He has been a cosplayer and prop making enthusiast for the better part of the last five years. A couple of years ago, Bill quit his day job in corporate America to turn his passion into a full time job! He started Punished Props and now spends his days building high end replica props for clients around the globe. Bill also shares his passion and techniques with those willing to learn through his videos and digital guides.
02.11.2015 Tales From The Con!Posted by: Andrea D
02.10.2015 Special Guest AnnouncementPosted by: Andrea D
Bryan J.L. Glass
Co-creator and writer of Mice Templar. Recent work includes KÀ by Cirque du Soleil, Furious, Dark Horse Presents, Thor: The Crown of Fools, and Adventures of Superman.
Author of over a dozen novels, six featuring bodyguard Atticus Kodiak, and two featuring Tara Chace, the protagonist of his Queen & Country series. His creator-owned comics include Lazarus, Whiteout and Stumptown, and other writing includes Cyclops, Veil, Punisher War Zone, Gotham Central and Detective Comics.
Jen Van Meter
A writer whose recent work includes The Death-Defying Doctor Mirage, Fantastic Four, Savage Wolverine, The Amazing Spider-Man, Avengers Assemble, Captain Marvel, and Superior Spider-Man.
02.09.2015 Special Guest Announcement: Patrick RothfussPosted by: Andrea D
Patrick Rothfuss is the New York Times Bestselling author of The Name of the Wind, The Wise Man's Fear, and The Slow Regard of Silent Things. When not working on his writing, Pat plays with his children, makes mead, and runs Worldbuilders, a geeky charity that raises money for Heifer International.