Frankie Comics will be at Comic-Con International July 8-12, 2015. Booth 1135 (under “Mixtape Comics”) between Disney Publishing Worldwide and Alaska Robotics.
I’ll be returning to Comic Con International for my 12th consecutive year and I’m as psyched as ever. (I’ll be joined by my buds from Silver Sprocket for the third year in a row. Can’t wait to see the whole team again!)
It’s my first year out of Small Press in a larger booth and I’m looking forward to stretch my legs a bit. Its not far from Small Press though, so you should be able to find it pretty easily. We’re just on the backside of the Webcomics Pavilion, straight back from lobby B1. (Look for the big Frankie ears!)
We’ll have copies of Garfield #23, the Steven Universe: Greg Universe Special, Frankie Comics #1-3, as well as all sorts of Frankie merchandise. Stickers, posters, a shirt, buttons, the new Frankie dolls from our successful Kickstarter campaign…
We’ll be holding a drawing for attendees to win their very own Frankie doll (to be determined after the show closes on Saturday) for pick-up on Kids Day: Sunday, July 12th. Drawing entrants will be gifted a free Frankie button, poster, and be able to get their hand stamped with a picture of Frankie!
I’ll also be talking at the Making Comics “Storytelling in Comics” Panel on Saturday July 11th, 5:30-6:30pm, in Room 8. After a great time with Adam on Gutter Talk recently I’m definitely looking forward to that. (Please come out and take part in the Q&A session!)
Adam Greenfield (host of Making Comics Gutter Talk) and an all-star lineup of panelists discuss some of the final stages of storytelling in comics, as well as what’s next once the story has been told. Panelists include Mark Waid (Kingdom Come, Daredevil),Christina Blanch (The Damnation of Charlie Wormwood), Calista Brill (Senior Editor at First Second), Chris Miskiewicz (Thomas Alsop), and Rachel Dukes (Garfield, Steven Universe).
That’s everything off the top of my head. I’m super stoked though and I’ll see you all in San Diego! <3