Posts Tagged ‘Baltimore Comic Con’

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Carl Yonder

I recently discovered local comic artist Carl Yonder, and learned he has a current comic-book series and plans to sign issues at Baltimore Comic-Con this weekend.
Let the Q-and-A begin.
Washington City Paper: What type of comic work or cartooning do you do?
Carl Yonder: I’ve done a variety of comic work; a four issue mini-series, some short stories [...]

There Are So Many Comics Events Happening in September

It's kind of insane how much comics-related stuff is happening in town this month. Here's a list of what's on when, who's appearing, and where to find it.
September 8-9: Baltimore Comic Con at the Baltimore Convention Center
This year the megaconvention features local cartoonists Matt Dembicki (whose anthology District Comics we feature on our cover this [...]

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Tom Arvis

Tom Arvis was a guest at the February Capicons comic book show, and had a selection of his self-published comics for sale. While chatting with him, he revealed that his comic book Wayout West once had a title that's now becoming familiar as a comic-book-based movie – Cowboys & Aliens. In this interview, along [...]

New Father Marc Nathan on His Other Baby, the Baltimore Comic-Con

The Baltimore Comic-Con starts next weekend on Saturday, and has a convention hall full of guests again. I've gone to this show for the past three or four years, and enjoyed myself immensely each time. It's still small enough that you can meet the cartoonists you want and talk to them, [...]

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Buzzboy‘s John Gallagher

With his character Buzzboy, John Gallagher has been a mainstay of the local independent comics scene for years now—for a decade it turns out. John's a regular exhibitor at Baltimore Comic Con's section for children's comics, and is a nominee for the 2010 Harvey Award, which will be given out at the convention. Although he's got a [...]