The Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival turns 10. And, as usual, I'll be there to celebrate.
'Tales from Lost Vegas' is more than just another comic book with a Kickstarter campaign. Here's why.
I'm looking for a few good artists. So find some and tell them to stop by the in-person, open portfolio review I'm lording over this Saturday, Feb. 16 from noon to 3 p.m. inside Alternate Reality Comics.
It occurred to me today that I never posted any video from my one-off gig playing drums with Kyle Stevens of Kirby Krackle last November at the Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival. So I'm gonna rectify that now.
This is the fourth year I'll be appearing at the annual Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival, happening this Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Clark County Library. I'll be multitasking a little more than usual.
"Seduction of the Innocent" is coming back, this time to Alternate Reality Comics, opening with a benefit for the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund this Friday, Oct. 26 from 6 to 9 p.m. to kick off the week leading up to the Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival.
Grab your kids and loved ones, throw on something geeky, and spend this Saturday, Nov. 5 with me at the Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival. It's FREE, y'all!
"Spinning Tales from Fremont Street" opens inside the Barrick Museum at UNLV this Wednesday, featuring original art, sketches, notes and other behind-the-scenes looks at the new anthology comic, "Tales from Fremont Street."
"Seduction of the Innocent: A Visual Exploration of Comic Book Censorship" opens this Friday, Sept. 30 at UNLV's Barrick Museum. You should be there. I will.
Well, I did it. I broke myself. I kind of knew it would happen, but I was hoping it wouldn't: I managed to pull through the last few weeks of whirlwind activity and then my body finally gave out upon waking Sunday morning.