We can all use a little optimism these days. That’s what A Wave Blue World’s anthology All We Ever Wanted is all about. With 24 stories by notable creators such as Howard Mackie, Matt Miner, Eric Palicki, Tyler Chin-Tanner, Ryan Lee, Liana Kangas, Matt LeJeune, and many, many more, the book is filled with hopeful […]
The variants for the publisher’s first two offerings will be available in limited quantities.
The schedule of panels and signings features fan-favorite creators and projects.
PS: Comixology has unredacted their signing schedule by revealing that Eduardo Risso will be signing a poster for Amazon Game Studios’ upcoming multiplayer game Breakaway. The poster features on of the game’s primary playable characters, Argus. Breakaway Game Description Breakaway is a team battle sport for PC from Amazon Game Studios where two squads of four collide in […]
Comixology launches their “Always With You” campaign at San Diego but we didn’t have time to roperly absorb it, but it’s a comfort. And so are these new banners that reveal fashionable, relevant peopkle enjoying all kinds of digital comics, as you do. Comixology aso released their signing schedule: Heidi MacDonaldHeidi MacDonald is the […]
I’m flying out to cover Image Expo and Emerald City Comic Con in Seattle, but if I was sticking around San Francisco you’d be certain to see me at Sonny Liew’s book release tour stop at The Isotope. Sonny Liew’s The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye has already been declared “2016’s first superalitve graphic novel” by our own Kyle Pinion, great review from NPR’s Fresh Air, and it’s already part of the discussion for what is 2016’s first comics masterpiece. What’s happening and where else can you see him?
With the exponential rise in comics shows, and a corresponding rise in attendees, there’s been a lot of talk recently about various pros imposing signing limits or charging for autographs at show, with the money often going to a charity. Popular con guests Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner have just made their policy clear.
By Victor Van Scoit The San Francisco Bay Area has some fantastic comic book shops, with each having its own take for hosting creator events. One such store known for their intimate signings and creative shindigs is The Isotope. They’re hosting two upcoming events this November that, should you live anywhere in Northern California, are worth checking out. […]
By Victor Van Scoit When your local comic store is The Isotope in San Francisco it’s hard not to look forward to Wednesday. There’s always a fresh stack of comics, an interesting conversation to jump into, or an unplanned surprise. This past Wednesday was no exception when I walked in and noticed a couple of […]