Emerald City Comicon This Weekend!

Convention season 2014 begins with the always-amazing Emerald City Comicon in Seattle, Washington!

MARCH 28-30
Washington Convention Center
Exhibit Floor 4, Table V-02

I’ll be exhibiting at the show all three days with Edwin Huang (artist on Skullkickers) and Andy Suriano (artist on Samurai Jack) and we’ll have books and comics on hand for you to check out, including limited variant covers, sketch covers, prints, and more!


In addition I’ll also be on five different panels over the weekend:

Image Comics Presents Comedy in Comics
Room TCC 301 from 3:00 – 3:50PM

Sometimes the best comics are the funny ones, but getting jokes across in print while simultaneously telling an engaging story can be tough. Luckily, we have Rob Guillory, Roc Upchurch, Chip Zdarsky, Jim Zub, Kurtis Wiebe, Brandon Graham, Matt Fraction who can tell you their secrets, tips, and a few really good jokes.

Story Science
Room 2B from 5:00 – 5:50PM

Writer and Art Director Jim Zub and Disney Artist Chris Oatley (Host of iTunes’ #1 Illustration Podcast) combine storytelling tips from the comics and animation worlds to share fresh perspective for writers and artists alike.

It Came From Hall B!! Convention Horror Stories
Room HALL B (608-609) from 1:10 – 2:00PM

Join Katie Cook (My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic) and Jim Zub (Samurai Jack) for our fan-favorite con horror stories panel! What’s it like working as a pro on the convention ‘circuit’? Ridiculous? It can be. Embarrassing? Sometimes, but it’s always entertaining! (May not be appropriate for all ages)

IDW: The Super Secret Cartoon Network Panel
Room TCC 301 from 11:00 – 11:50AM

Join IDW’s Editor Supreme, Sarah Gaydos and a veritable cornucopia of Cartoon Network creators, as they reveal hidden secrets of Samurai Jack, The Powerpuff Girls, Dexter’s Laboratory, and Ed, Edd, and Eddy?! Q&A, secret announcements, never-before-seen images, hijinks and more!

Writers Unite: Writing and Pitching Creator-Owned Comics
Room 2B from 1:00 – 1:50PM

Creator-owned comics are back in a big way and publishers are looking for new stories. Charles Soule (Superman/Wonder Woman) and Jim Zub (Samurai Jack) discuss writing, pitching, and breaking into the business.

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