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Mark Bagley, the co-creator of Carnage, Amazing Spider-Man artist, and artist on Venom: Lethal Protector will be at the North Texas Comic Book Show July 15th & 16th. Don't miss this opportunity to meet one of the big names in comics.
Arthur Suydam, The Zombie King, heads to the North Texas Comic Book Show on July 15th & 16th, 2017. His credits include Marvel Zombies, Batman, Conan, Predator, Aliens, and Death Dealer. He will be doing free sketches for the kids on Sunday as well. Click here for more info.
We're excited to have Geof Isherwood at the show in July. Geof has worked on titles including The 'Nam, Dr. Strange, Suicide Squad, and Conan. More info here.
Rob Guillory, the award winning artist on the Image Comics series CHEW, will be at the North Texas Comic Book Show on July 15th & 16th, 2017. Don't miss this rare appearance opportunity!
Mark Morales makes his second appearance at the North Texas Comic Book Show in July. Mark's ink work has appeared across a wide range of titles from the Avengers to the X-Men. More info on Mark click here.
Bob Camp, the famous Ren & Stimpy Show co-creator, heads to the North Texas Comic Book Show July 15th & 16th, 2017. Bob is an Emmy nominated artist and co-founder of the studio that created the Ren & Stimpy Show. He has done storyboard work, directing, supervising and voice for the program. Prior to Ren & Stimpy he worked on ThunderCats, Silverhawks, and TigerSharks for Rankin/Bass. Read more here.
Jay Leisten who is currently working on Secret Empire will be a guest at the North Texas Comic Book Show in July. This will be his first Texas appearance! His work includes Death of Wolverine, Nightwing, Sojourn, Uncanny X-Men, Dark Wolverine, Green Lanterns, Witchblade, and Tom Raider. He is accepting pre-show commissions here. He will not sign X-Men Gold so please don't ask. More info On Jay click here.
Doug Hazlewood's work includes the The Death of Superman, Superman The Wedding Album, Birds of Prey, and Animal Man. This is Doug's second appearance with us and we hope you will help us welcome him back. Read more here.
Larry returns for his 3rd appearance at the North Texas Comic Bok Show. A fan favorite, Larry will share tales of his time in comics, while turning out an impressive commission. Read more here.
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Michael Lark's work includes his current run with Greg Rucka on Lazarus, and past work on Amazing Spider-Man, Daredevil, Batman, Gotham Central, and Dark Tower: The Gunslinger. Michael has been a past show guest and fan favorite. We're excited to have him back for another rare appearance.
J. David Spurlock is an award-winning author, historian, educator, advocate for artists’ rights, documentary filmmaker and associate to star talents Frazetta, Basil Gogos, Neal Adams, Steranko, Joe Kubert, Carmine Infantino, Julius Schwartz, Wally Wood and many more. More info here.
Thanks to the folks at Collected: Your Pop Culture Headquarters we will have Joe Pruett, Eisner & Harvey Award nominated writer, and now Publisher at AfterShock Comics for a brief appearance at the North Texas Comic Book Show. Joe will be signing from 3-6 pm at the Collected Comics & Games booth. Joe's past work includes Negative Burn at Caliber Comics, as well as Cable, X-Men Unlimited, and Wolverine at Marvel. His most recent work is Black-Eyed Kids at Aftershock. Collected is a multi-location comic store in the Ft. Worth, Keller, and Hurst areas.
Ben Dunn, the Godfather of Anerican Manga, brings his talents to the North Texas Comic Book Show in July. Ben's credits include Marvel Mangaverse, Ninja High School, and Warrior Nun Areala.
Andrew is becoming a frequent guest at our events. He's probably one of the most personable guys you'll ever meet. His work includes the cover for Puppetmaster (shown), variant edition covers for Evil Ernie, the cover for Doom Patrol # 4 published by DC Comics, Grimm Fairy Tales, Hatchet, and The Sire.
Mostafa Moussa always loved drawing as a kid, way more than studying at least. After graduation, he thought he may as well try it as a career, so he hopped on a plane and went to every Convention and talked to every editor that he could. He was able to get work as an inker right away, and has never looked back. During his 15 year career he's worked with Marvel, Image, IDW, Dark Horse, Hasbro, Mirage Studios, Zenescope, 1First, Devil's Due, Big Dog Ink, Bluewater, Contraband, Stratum, Penny Farthing Productions, Overground Comics, and many, many others. He currently resides in Houston, Texas. You can find him on Facebook and Instagram as MostafaINK.
Tugg returns! His awesomeness will be promoting his comic book series at the event. Ask nicely and you may get a pawtograph or selfie with this inspirational rescue dog. Tugg faced adversity head on, rising from the ashes of tragedy to become an inspirational role model. Stop by and find out more about Tugg.
Danita is a poet and writer. This will be her 3rd appearance at the North Texas Comic Book Show. She just completed work on Pink Panther (shown) and has worked on other titles including WILDER, created by Mark Kidwell and Andrew Mangum from Monsterverse Entertainment, Matt Martin's Snowman: Ghost Dance (Blutsturm), American Wasteland from Arcana Comics and Pinwheel from Pinwheel Press. Recently, she finished House of Ax #1 from Antarctic Press containing a short story for WILDER: Battlegrounds featuring her character, Madame Leech.
"Let's go to Comic-Con!" It all went downhill from there. Meg is no stranger to all things nerdy, but is a relative newcomer to the convention scene. She took the plunge and attended her first convention on a whim in 2015 and was hooked. An IT Geek by day, she does her best to devote what spare time she has to the design and construction of her next project. She tends to choose characters she can relate to in some way, or those who are often overlooked whether she resembles them or not. She feels that that's the amazing thing about cosplay and the surrounding community, the support and encouragement, especially along the lines of body positivity and acceptance. It's never a question of whether or not someone can "pull it off"! That's one of her goals as a cosplayer, to inspire people and show them that anyone can cosplay, as long as you enjoy what you do! Photo credit Heather Robins (@HeatheredHandmades)
Kenzie began cosplaying in 2014 but the journey has been a natural one as she has enjoyeddressing in costumes since she was two! As a cosplayer, she does a wide range of charactersfrom Disney/Pixar to Anime. She won best in Sci-Fi/Fantacy for both Astrid from How to TrainYour Dragon 2 and Quidditch Ginny Weasley from Harry Potter. She crafts her own costumesincluding sewing, styling of wigs and prop making. Her love for cosplay comes from being able to transform into characters and bring joy to everyone as they see their favorite characters come to life.
Robert has been involved with cosplay since he was a teenager. His first costume was Darth Vader which he made himself and wore a ’77 Don Post Helmet. His passion for bringing to life fictional sci-fi characters will be present at the North Texas Comic Book Show as he will offer free photo ops with Star Wars most notorious villain, Darth Vader, Lord of the Sith. You can visit DarthVTX here or connect with him here on Twitter.
Come out and meet the dynamic duo of Mike Wolfman and Scott Beecher. The pair have been bringing their vision of Indie comics to our shows for quite awhile. Don't miss the opportunity to pick up one of their latest reads.
James Venhaus brings Night Owl Society back to the North Texas Comic Book Show. High school loner David Foxworth’s best friend is killed by a local mob boss, and the police won’t do anything about it. With nothing but his allowance and an overdeveloped sense of right and wrong, David gathers a group of fellow outsiders and misfits and decides to take matters into his own hands. By night they sneak out to disrupt the mob’s business and by day they maintain their perfect GPAs. They are The Night Owl Society. But, one of them is hiding a secret that could destroy the team. Will they survive without getting killed or grounded
Meet Texas Authors 2017 winners for Techno Thriller Series Breakfield and Burkey at the July Dallas North Texas Comic Book Show in Irving for book signings and storytelling about their series, leading with The Enigma Gamers. Let your YouTube video journey begin here: The Enigma Gamers
Indie publisher No-Earth Comics brings Warmage and other titles to the North Texas Comic Book Show in July. Their motto is "Comics for people that don't read comics". Stop by their booth to get a better understanding. Here's the synopsis on the book shown, Warmage: The most powerful Mage in Atlantis is brought forward to the modern day by a student witch attempting a love spell. Gwwlyrd Mrylnd finds himself in a land that he was not prepared for, attempting to learn new customs and technology before his ancient foes can marshal their modern forces. Magick, Humour, Romance, Adventure, Atlantis
Thomas Branch will be bringing his unique perspective to the North Texas Comic Book Show in July.
412 Comics will be rolling out some exciting titles this year. Stop by and find out more about this Indie publisher. You can find their website here.
Brad W Foster is an illustrator, cartoonist, writer, publisher. He's acquired eight Hugo awards, picked up a Chesley, and turned a bit of self-publishing started about thirty years ago into the Jabberwocky Graphix publishing empire. Find out more about Brad here.
Andrew Herman is a writer and illustrator from Houston, TX. His credits include illustrating and co-writing the Zoe Dare vs the Disasteroid min series published by Action Lab Entertainment and writing the 2011 feature film Lloyd the Conqueror featuring Brian Posehn, Harland Williams, and Mike Smith (Trailer Park Boys).
Jake is a freelance artist trying to break into comics. He's currently developing a Creator owned book named Tartarus based loosely on Greek mythology so you'll get to see his take on monsters, magic and more!