Hey, Dallas! I’m coming to town! I’ll be a special guest at the Fan Expo Dallas from Friday, May 29 to Sunday, May 31. I’ll have a table in Artists’ Alley, so please come find me there to get your books signed — and to buy signed books!
The con takes place in the Dallas Convention Center. Hours are Friday, 4 pm – 9 pm, Saturday 10 am – 7 pm, and Sunday 10 am to 5 pm. I should be there pretty much the entire time until about 4 pm Sunday.
Hey, California! I’m attending the Wondercon comic book convention this weekend in Anaheim!
I’ll be in Artists’ Alley at table A-28 the whole weekend, right next to my ACTION COMICS collaborator, artist Aaron Kuder (A-27). I’ll sign comics for free, natch. And I’ll be selling CODE MONKEY SAVE WORLD and a bunch of my other comics.
If I’m not at the table, I’m probably at one of these events:
It’s new comic book day and I’ve got two books in stores and online:
“Batman/Superman” #17 continues the mystery of Superman’s Joker. A psychopath with power to rival Superman is murdering innocents with super-powered, untraceable bullets. Can Superman and Batman figure out who it is before the next victim falls? Art by Ardian Syaf and Sandra Hope Archer, colors by Ulises Arreola. Check out the preview here!
“Storm” #6 features our injured heroine defending a plane from attackers — and sets up a massive status quo change you won’t want to miss! Art by Al Barrionuevo and Tom Palmer, colors by Ruth Redmond. Preview here.
“Batman/Superman” #16, drawn by Ardian Syaf, starts a brand new storyline that asks “Who is Superman’s Joker?” Pretty darn excited about this. Ardian’s our new ongoing artist, and he’s amazing — combining some of that fine detail of Jim Lee with the expressive character work of a Kubert. Inks by Sandra Hope Archer and David Meikis, colors by Ulises Arreola, letters by Rob Leigh, and editing by Eddie Berganza. Check out the preview here!
“Storm” #5 features our hero cutting loose in the death fields of the Four Clans — possibly risking her own soul while finishing her dead lover Wolverine’s dangerous business. Art by the always stunning Victor Ibañez, inks by Victor and Craig Yeung, colors by Ruth Redmond, letters by Joe Sabino, and editing by Daniel Ketchum. Check out the preview here.