Monday, February 02, 2009


I will be at the NYCC doing signings and panels this coming weekend Feb. 6th through the 8th.

Friday Feb. 6th
Signing at the Captain Action Booth #1862 Where we'll be selling our Captain Action Statue!

3:30-4:30 pm:
Flash Gordon, Terry and the Pirates, Li'l Abner, and Mandrake at 75
These classic adventure characters have endured from newspapers to enter the mass consciousness. What made these characters popular and what do we recall about them today? Comic historians weigh in on their origins and impact. Panelists include Ron Goulart, Rick Norwood, Dean Mullaney, Brendan Deenan, Ruben Procopio, and Robert Greenberger (moderator)
Room 1A17

Saturday Feb.
11am-1pm Moonstone Books Booth 2370 Stop by for free give away's!

2pm-3:30pm Captain Action Booth 1862
Where we'll be selling our Captain Action Statue!

4pm-5pm Moonstone Publishing Booth 2370
Stop by for free give away's!

Sunday Feb 8th
Kids Draw
Kids Zone 3 (Galleria) – 11:00am-12:00pm
Moderator/Artist: Jay Piscopo
Artists: Jamal Igle, Ruben Procopio, Chris Schweizer


Statues and Action Figures
Pose questions to some of the hardest working sculptors in the biz. This panel of artists will share their knowledge with open forum and run through the artistic process with anyone interested in working in this ever expanding field. This New York Comic Con's first major focus on the super hero action figure and statue, and you don?t want to miss it. Come in to learn about the art form's history, current production, and setting up to make your own figure or statue. Featured panelists include Ruben Procopio, Dave Cortes, Mike Locascio, Clay Moore, and Jason "Spyda" Adams. Moderated by Barsom! So, squeeze in and find out just what super heroes are made of!Room 1A07
Come one come all, hope to see you there!


Blogger Chris Schweizer said...

I'm really looking forward to meeting you at the show, and looking over your stuff in person! I've been visiting your website regularly since finding out about the kids draw panel, and am just in awe of your work. Have a safe trip, and see you there.

2/02/2009 9:08 PM  

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