Archive | July, 2012

The Southern Maryland Comic Con

The Southern Maryland Comic Con was this Saturday in Waldorf, Maryland. This one-day con packed quite a punch! There were some great artists in attendance including Steve Conley, Greg LaRocque, Matt Slay, J.K. Woodward, Louis Small Jr., Carolyn Belefski, Dan Nokes and Chris Flick. The Guest of Honor was writer Tim Seely who you may […]

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Geppi’s World

On Friday, co-host Billie Rae Bates and I visited Geppi’s Entertainment Museum where we met Steve Geppi. Steve is one of the most influential men in the comics industry through his position as president of Diamond Comics Distributors. Diamond has cornered the distribution market and if you are a publisher who wants their books to […]

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DCJCC Panel: The Social Relevance of Comic Books

My lovely wife and I enjoyed a matinee performance of THE HISTORY OF INVULNERABILITY at Theater J in the Washington, DC Jewish Community Center. Written by David Bar Katz and directed by Shirley Serotsky, who is also Theater J’s Director of Literary and Public Programming, the play tells the story of Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel. […]

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