I’m thrilled to be returning to Seattle once again for Emerald City Comic Con! I’ll be set up in the North Hall at ARTIST ALLEY TABLE X-04 and can’t wait to see friends and readers aplenty.
Quite a few of my other collaborators will also be at ECCC, so make sure you track down them as well:
ADAM WARREN (Skullkickers Tavern Tales Writer) Y-01
ANDY SURIANO (Artist-Samurai Jack) X-03
MAX DUNBAR (Artist-D&D: Legends of Baldur’s Gate) CC-10
TAMRA BONVILLAIN (Color Artist-Wayward) U-12
ZACK DAVISSON (Lore Writer-Wayward) X-05B
In addition, I’ll be on a few panels over the weekend:
Thursday April 7
5:00pm – Signing at Image Comics – BOOTH 316
Friday April 8
1:30pm – Image Comics: Where Creators Own Drama – ROOM T305
You scream when your favorite character moves off the page and you cheer when they finally get their way. Drama works! Join us as Joshua Williamson (NAILBITER), Steve Orlando (VIRGIL), Meredith McClaren (HINGES), Nick Barber (RINGSIDE), Jim Zub (WAYWARD), and a few special guests dig into just why drama is so crucial to storytelling.
Saturday April 9
11:00am – Signing at Image Comics – BOOTH 316
2:45pm – Convention Horror Stories: An ECCC Tradition – T303
Join Katie Cook (My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic) and Jim Zub (Thunderbolts) for their fan-favorite con horror stories panel! What’s it like working as a pro in the business on the convention ‘circuit’? Ridiculous, embarrassing, always entertaining. Some stories will make you laugh out loud, some will make you cringe! This panel is recommended for those 18+.
Sunday April 10
1:15pm – Gods, Cats, and Yokai – The Way Forward With Wayward – ROOM W3A
Yokai; New gods and old; Real Japan and fantasy; And lots and lots of cats. The hit series Wayward from Image Comics combines authentic Japanese folklore with new characters in the clash of modernism and tradition. Now into its second year, come see what lies ahead and behind with series writer Jim Zub, colorist Tamra Bonvillain, and essayist and yokai expert Zack Davisson.