What sets Emerald City Comic Con apart from all the rest? Emerald City Comic Con seemed to grow so quickly, both in popularity and growth. That’s what I was curious about as a first time attendee. Since it was only my first time at Emerald City I took to asking the people who might know best.
The Comic Book Women, an advocacy group helping raise the profile of women working in comics, had a great showing at Emerald City Comic Con this year with several panels this year. This wasn’t a case of putting women on a panel and focusing on their gender perspective. It was about providing a group of talented women that could share their experience and provide insight into how to make it in the comic book industry—resulting in a panel for everyone. What secrets did they share on selling your comic book?
Comic books continue to reach mainstream audiences and have stretched into academia. At the Panels and Pedagogy: Teaching Comics panel, panelists aimed to help answer questions that arise about—teaching comic books, formal instruction for creators, and establishing the academic discipline of comics. Where do comic books fit in your academic life?
View this post on Instagram Major News Breaks #ECCC16 A post shared by sxbond (@sxbondimprimatur) on Apr 7, 2016 at 4:53pm PDT Former DC Comics intern Gerard Way has just been given his very own imprint at the publisher. That’s what we call working your way up in the world. Of course, he did make […]
The dates for this year’;s Image Expo have been announced and instead of a standalone event, it’ll be held in conjuction with the Emerald City Comic Con in Seattle, on Wednesday April 6th.
Past Image Expos have announced extensive slates of upcoming books by some of comics’ most notable creators.