New York Comic Con Schedule and Stuff!

October 6th, 2016 | Posted in News

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It’s New York Comic Con Time! Here’s my appearance schedule:

Thursday Oct 6th-

  • 11 am-12 pm:  Wacom Demo at the Wacom Booth (Main floor #444)
  • 12:30 pm-8 pm: Artists Alley booth A-6

Friday Oct 7th-

  • 10 am- 8 pm: Artists Alley booth A-6

Saturday Oct 8th-

  • 10 am- 8 pm: Artists Alley booth A-6

Sunday Oct 9th:

  • 10 am-11:30am: Artists Alley booth A-6
  • 12 pm – 1 pm: Signing at DC Comics booth (SC 4002)
  • 1:15 pm- 2:15 pm: MAD panel (room 1A21)
  • 2:30 pm- 5 pm: Artists Alley booth A-6

I’ve minimized my time away from the booth this year as much as possible, so other than the Wacom demo on Thursday and the DC Comics signing/MAD panel on Sunday, I am spending 100% of my time at my Artist’s Alley booth. I’ll have the usual stuff available (with one exception*):

  • Signed copies of The Mad Art of Caricature
  • Signed copies of MAD
  • Comic Con exclusive Mini-Prints
  • Assorted original pencil sketches
  • Limited edition prints of Sherlock, Superman, Doctor Who and Batman (artist proof prints only of Batman)
  • Caricatures and commissions, including the blank MAD variant cover

New this year:

  • Limited Edition Dracula print
  • Sketch o’the Week Vol. 1 book

*The one exception I will not have this year: original pages from MAD. They are very big and take up a lot of table space (we only get a 6 foot table at NYCC, most comic cons give you 8 feet), and while people really like to look at them I seldom sell any. I won’t be taking those to New York or San Diego anymore. I will still have them at the two shows I do in Chicago, since I drive in for those and get a full 8 foot table.

Stop by and say hello!

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