Zub at the First TopatoCon!


Stacy and I are proud to announce that we’ll be at the very first TopatoCon, a new indy comic, game, and music convention happening in Easthampton, Massachusetts on September 26 and 27. You’ll be able to find us at TABLE R8 all weekend and I’ll have copies of Wayward and Skullkickers trades available.


Stacy will be hosting a panel on Japanese street fashion:
Saturday Sept 26 – 11am-12pm – Style on the Streets of Tokyo with Stacy King – Room One
Harajuku fashion gained global prominence in the 1990s with its colorful, outlandish style; twenty-five years later, how have those looks evolved? What are the cool kids of Tokyo wearing these days? Stacy King, manga editor and J-fashion aficionado, will highlight the major Tokyo style tribes and emerging trends in this visually-packed panel.

and I’ll be hosting a special panel all about propaganda cartoons:
Sunday Sept 27 – 4-5pm – Cartoons Go To War with Jim Zub – Room One
In World War II animated cartoons weren’t for kids, they were mainstream entertainment running in theaters and they carried a powerful political message. Jim Zub, Comic Writer and Professor of Animation History at Seneca College, showcases a few of his favorite short films of the era and gives them historical context. Crazy, comical, and controversial, but also an important era in the history of the animated art form.


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