Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Happy New Comics Wednesday 11/4/15 - Unfollow, Paper Girls, Sandman Overture hardcover, Deadpool, Doctor Strange, Iron Man, Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival edition!!

 The Sandman Hardcover is every bit as GORGEOUS as JH Williams III art demands it be (and only $24.99)! Unfollow #1, this new Vertigo title will be the one everyone is looking for in a couple of months (that is if they miss out this week - it's SO good)! Paper Girls #2, can BKV do no wrong - I don't think so! After the next two photos, please read the info on this Saturday's (Nov. 7th) Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival, this year is extra packed with greatness and attendance is free (the Clark County Library right behind Alternate Reality Comics)!
 I especially can't wait to read the first issue of Deadpool (never thought I'd say that, but there's been some really good Deadpool stories lately!)! And Vision #1 looks like something different! Look a NEW X-title - just when you thought Marvel abandoned their mutants! Also can't wait to read the second Doctor Strange (we still have some first issues) and the third issues of Spidey and Iron Man - these are really entertaining!
Uncanny X-Men #600 FINALLY! And Nova looks good too!

Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival info: (hope to see you all there, it's a lot of fun and there will be food trucks and the Grouchy John's Coffee truck!!

Art by Henry L WilsonThe Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival is a free, one-day event celebrating the illustrated word that takes place annually on the first Saturday in November. The Comic Book Festival features publishers, vendors, film screenings, panels, special guests and much more. The next event will be held on Saturday, Nov. 7, 2015 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. inside and around the Clark County Library (1401 E. Flamingo Road).
Guests at the 2015 festival include Matt Wagner (Will Eisner’s The Spirit), Jen Van Meter (Hopeless Savages), Chris Staros (Top Shelf Productions), Russell Lissau (Old Wounds), Dan Schkade (San Hannibal), Spencer Brinkerhoff III (Studios B3), Ben Saunders (University of Oregon) and Shannon Watters (BOOM! Studios), plus live music by The DoubleClicks and Molly Lewis.
The 2014 event was the biggest yet, with about 3,500 people coming through the library’s doors to enjoy the day’s events, which included the return and expansion of our popular Artist Alley, live music by Kirby Krackle and Hello, the Future!, meet-and-greets and panels with guests such as Howard Chaykin, Chris Staros, Brian & Kristy Miller of Hi-Fi Colour, Spencer Brinkerhoff III, and much more — all for free.
Stay tuned as we work to create an even better festival for 2015 and future years. Friend us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for the latest updates!

1 comment:

Cinderella K said...

The bar staff at this place was professional and their drinks ensured us a fun night in the city. I can't wait to go back. Most of the negative elements of going to a more popular place are avoided at event venues here; the staff was really mature and respectful.