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Monthly Archives: July 2011

Greg Pak to write “Dead Man’s Run” for Gale Anne Hurd’s Valhalla and Aspen Comics

Greg Pak is writing a new comic book called “Dead Man’s Run” for Gale Anne Hurd’s Valhalla Entertainment and Aspen Comics! An excerpt from the press release:

The property promises to show readers an entirely new vision of hell, the land of eternal damnation, through the imaginative mind of acclaimed writer Pak. Valhalla and Aspen describe the premise of Dead Man’s Run: “In a future where hell exists as an underground prison for the reanimated dead, a young man enlists a team of the damned to escape and save his innocent sister’s soul.

Pak will attend the Aspen panel at the San Diego Comicon on Friday at noon in Room 4 to talk about the project and reveal its artist.
And check out Valhalla’s +Ben Roberts right here on Google+!

2011.07.21 – 07.23 – Greg Pak at the San Diego Comic-Con

UPDATED!
I’ll be attending the San Diego Comicon from Thursday through Saturday. Below is my schedule of panels and signings. Please note that some previously released announcements are incorrect and I will unfortunately NOT be in town for the “Fear Itself” panel on Sunday. Also, please note that I’ll have one more event to announce in the very near future. Check back for updates, and see you in San Diego!
Thursday, July 21
4:30 – 5:30 PM MARVEL: NEXT BIG THING – The Marvel Universe is where the biggest comic stories happen—so wouldn’t you like to be the first to know what we’ve got planned? Get the latest news on Marvel’s plan for their biggest heroes and villains, with some surprises along the way! Join panelists Greg Pak (Incredible Hulks), Jonathan Hickman (FF), Jim McCann (Marvel Zombies Christmas Carol), Nick Spencer (Ultimate Comics X-Men), Editor in Chief Axel Alonso and more as they answer all your burning questions while giving you a sneak-peek at the future of Marvel! Room 6DE
Friday, July 22
12:00 – 1:00 PM – Aspen Comics Panel – Room 4 – including the revelation of the artist for Greg Pak’s latest project, “Dead Man’s Run.”
3:00 – 4:00 PM – Signing at the Marvel Booth (#2329)
6:30 – 7:30 PM Can Fantasy Survive on Europe Alone?— A panel discussion on diversity in comics, film, and science fiction by some of the shakers and movers in their respective fields, including New York Times bestselling American comic book writer Josh Dysart (Unknown Soldier), award-winning film director/comic book writer Greg Pak (Incredible Hulk), and international award-winning science fiction novelist Nnedi Okorafor (Who Fears Death). Fictional Frontiers radio show host Sohaib Awan moderates. Room 24ABC
Saturday, July 23
2:00 – 3:30 PM – Signing at the Hero Initiative Booth (#5003) – where you can get your FREE copy of my “Vision Machine” graphic novel!
4:00 – 5:00 PM – Signing at the Marvel Booth (#2329)
5:30 – 7:00 PM Gays in Comics: Year 24!— As mainstream companies DC and Marvel continue to frontline gay characters such as Batwoman and Northstar and hire top-level gay or gay-friendly creators, independent publishers and creators are publishing unequivocal content spotlighting gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered characters, to the cheers of the thousands of fans who are out of the comic book closet. Founding moderator Andy Mangels (USA Today bestselling author of Star Trek novels and Iron Man: Beneath The Armor) hosts Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead, head of Image Comics’s Skybound imprint), Chip Kidd (author, editor and designer, Bat-Manga, Rough Justice), Dan Parent (writer/artist, Archie, Betty & Veronica, creator of Archie’s new gay character and series, Kevin Keller), Jon Macy (writer/artist Teleny and Camille and Prism Queer Press grant recipient for Fearful Hunter), Paul Cornell (writer, TV’s Doctor Who and DC Comics’s upcoming Stormwatch and Demon Knights), and Greg Pak (writer, Incredible Hulks, co-writer, Alpha Flight, Herc). Plus a special video appearance by J. H. Williams III (co-writer/ artist, Batwoman). And there’s always a surprise or two. Afterward, stick around for the hour-long gay comics fan mixer/social, hosted by Prism Comics, with prizes and surprise special guests! Room 6A

Retailers! Get FREE “Vision Machine” trade paperbacks!

If you’re a comic shop owner and would like FREE trade paperbacks of the acclaimed “Vision Machine” graphic novel to give away to your customers, email vm at pakbuzz dot com today with your shop’s address and we’ll send you a box! First come, first served.

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