Join Prism Comics this weekend at the Alternate Press Expo (APE) in San Francisco! Expanding its presence this year with two tables, Prism will feature creator signings throughout the weekend along with hosting the “Queer Cartoonists Panel”, moderated by Justin HallAPE will be held at The Concourse, 620 7th Street, in San Francisco, California. 

“The queer comics community in San Francisco is growing by leaps and bounds,” says Ted Abenheim, Prism’s Events Chair. “We have expanded our presence to reflect this growth.”
Prism will be located at tables #338 and #339, close to the front of the hall, and will feature signings by creators such as Charles “Zan” Christensen (Mark of Aeacus) and William O. Tyler (Fairies Tell).
The latest scheduled creator signings are listed below:
Justin Hall, Prism’s Talent Relations Chair, will be presenting his sixth annual “Queer Cartoonists Panel” on Saturday, October 17 from 2:15-3:15pm. 
This popular panel will discuss depictions of sexuality and gender in comics, getting work out to a niche market, and how to draw a great looking butt! LGBT cartoonists Brian Andersen (So Super Duper), Sina Grace (Cedric Hollows), Jeff Krell(Jayson Goes to Hollywood), Dale Lazarov (Sticky, Nightlife), William Tyler (The Goth Queen Needs a Mate), and Leia Weathington (Bold Riley) join moderator Hall (Hard To Swallow, Glamazonia) for a spirited conversation ranging from the sublime to the sordid.
Queer creators with their own tables include:
  • Rene Capone and Flower Frankenstein — # 419
  • Brian Andersen’s CBG Comics-So Super Duper — #517
  • Brad Rader’s Flaming Artist Press — #515A
  • Ed Luce’s Goteblud Comics — #557
  • Sina Grace — #518B
  • Justin Hall — #518A
  • Paige Braddock — #340
A full list of APE exhibitors is available on the APE websiteAPE’s hours are Saturday, October 17 from 11am-7pm and Sunday, October 18 from 11am-6pm. Admission is $10 for one day and $15 for both days. If you attended Comic-Con 2009 as a regular attendee, you can get into APE free with your badge.
Prism will next appear in Seattle at Emerald City ComiCon, March 13 & 14, San Francisco at WonderCon, April 2-4, 2010, and at San Diego’s Comic-Con, July 21-25.