Thursday, March 20, 2008

Upcoming Events!

STORE SIGNING - Thurs March 27th

My newest comic book the Goblin Chronicles came out this week. I was the colorist for this three issue series. I am doing a store signing at Star Books and comics (2014 34th st) Thursday 3/27 from 10am to 5pm. Be sure to stop by and pick up a copy, you can also buy a raffle ticket for some of my original art, to help raise money for the Lubbock Comic Book Expo.

24 HOURS IN LUBBOCK - Friday 28th - Saturday 29th

Also coming up, Friday 3/29 at 9:30 pm is Lubbock's first official 24 hour comic event.

The Lubbock 24-hour comics challenge!

Doors open: Begins: Friday, March 28th at 9:30pm (Asbury Center / Hope Shalom off of 19th and Ave T) Doors close at 10:00pm, sorry no latecomers.

Ends: Saturday, March 29th, at 10:00pm (Freebirds World Burrito on South Loop 289)

What is a 24-hour comic?

The ultimate comicbook creating marathon. A virtual rite of passage for any comics creator.

All you have to do is make something that usually takes 24 days in 24 hours...
Make a comic, 24 pages (+ cover) in 24 hours from start to finish. No preparation, outlines, layouts, character designs, or script.

For information or to sign up, contact Brandon at

ART SHOW - Friday April 4th<br>
"Drawing on Inspiration! The Lubbock SketchClub art show and Sketch Night! The First Friday art show where YOU are part of the fun! Visitors are invited to view the groups exhibit of cartoons, comics, and fine arts, check out the costumed figure drawing demonstration in the studio, and Sketch with the artists in the Sketch Club classroom. Located on the third floor of the Asbury/Hope Shalom building at 20th and Ave T, room 301, Friday April 4th from 5-10pm."

The Lubbock Comic Book Expo

The Lubbock Comic Book Expo is an event I've helped organize with the Lubbock Sketch Club, Star Books and Comics, Metropolis radio show KTXT, FreeBirds World Burrito and the Science Spectrum of Lubbock.

The mission of the expo is to build and cultivate a community of comic book artists by educating the general public about comic books, why comics are cool, how they're created, and by connecting the public with this growing west Texas comic book creators' community and give them the opportunity to show their work to the public.

This is our first year. And as far as I know, there has never been an exclusive comic book convention here, and definitely never been a small press comics show. So wont' you save the date, and come out to support us. If you are a comic book artist, and would like to get an artist/creators table, please email me at Tables are $25 before April 15th and $40 after that.


Comic book Expo Saturday May 3rd - Free comic book day At the Science Spectrum of Lubbock 10 am - 6 pm Sketch Night at Freebirds:World Burrito afterwards 7-10pm.

admission fees $3 for 1 person, or 2 for $5. Kids under 12 are free (if accompanied by an adult) Also, entrance is free for people in costume.

Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Pink Mummies

I did these for an art show (...and for one of my favorite people). The art show is the SketchClub first Friday art trail showing this Friday from 6-9pm at the Hard Tops Gallery 2228 Buddy Holly Ave. Come visit us... if you dare~!

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