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Monthly Archives: June 2016

KINGSWAY WEST #1 hits stores August 24 – pre-order today!

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At long last, we have a release date for the first issue of KINGSWAY WEST, my new Dark Horse comic book! Mark August 24 on your calendar and please consider pre-ordering the book using the easy form at KingswayWest.com.

KINGSWAY WEST tells the story of a Chinese gunslinger searching for his wife in an Old West overrun with magic. It’s been a dream project of mine for literally two decades, and artist Mirko Colak, colorist Wil Quintana, and letterer Simon Bowland are bringing it to gorgeous life even as we speak.

I’ll share a lot more art and news as the days progress. In the meantime, do please feel free to spread the word to anyone you know who loves Westerns and fantasy or is interested in diversity in comics. We’re busting our rears to make this an incredible book — here’s hoping you’ll come along for the ride!

And once again, the pre-order site is KingswayWest.com . Comic shops will place their orders for books by August 1. So please do place your pre-orders before then!

Thanks so much and all the best!

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2016-06-11 – 06-12 – Greg Pak at Eternal Con in Garden City, Long Island

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Comics writer Greg Pak will be a guest of Eternal Con this Saturday and Sunday in Garden City, Long Island. He’ll have a table in Artist Alley and will be selling his children’s books ABC Disgusting and The Princess Who Saved Herself as well as comics and trade collections of his acclaimed Hulk and Superman comic book runs.

Pak will also be on a panel about writing comics with Brandon Montclare (“Rocketgirl,” “Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur”) on Friday at 2 pm in Panel Room 2.

For more about Eternal Con, visit eternalcon.com.

2016.06.09 – Broken Frontier panel tonight at SVA with Pak, Raney, Van Lente, Fox, Esposito, Chin-Tanner

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Greg Pak and Tom Raney, the writer and artist of “Phantom Limb Ghostpuncher,” will participate in a panel tonight at the School of Visual Arts in NYC about the Broken Frontier anthology in which PLGP appears. The panel will also feature writer Fred Van Lente, artist Nathan Fox, letterer Taylor Esposito, and co-editor Tyler Chin-Tanner.

Check out the deets and register for the FREE event here!

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