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Happy birthday to my mentor, older brother from another mother, style icon, & man who has had more of a positive effect on my life than he will ever know. Love you, Chris!
During a residency, at the North Pole Community Theater, I developed separate one-man shows that explore my relationship to the holiday season.
I’ll be at the Library Con hosted by the Fair Lawn Public Library on Sunday November 19th. Presenting at 2:30pm
Our five level building will don a mask and cape and transform into a celebration of all things SUPER on Sunday, November 19! This FREE event will feature comic artists and illustrators Dave Roman & Mark Mariano, Co-CEO of Archie Comics Nancy Silberkleit, food trucks, free comics, a costume contest with amazing prizes, video games, crafts for kids, How to be a Jedi, an Arkham Asylum escape room (for kids), seminars & panels on Anime, Marvel vs. DC, Super Hero Movies, Children’s Publishing (featuring authors and a literary agent) and others! Check out our board games, Pokemon room and scavenger hunt, trivia, photo opportunities, costumed characters, and surprise giveaways all day long! This family-friendly event is for ALL AGES and we encourage you to dress up (family friendly costumes, please)!
I’m honored to be a part of Bedrock City Comic’s Free Comic Book Day celebration. You can find me at the following locations:
Saturday May 6th 10-12pm
Bedrock City 1960 Store
4683 FM 1960 W
Houston, TEXAS 77069
Saturday May 6th 1-7pm
Bedrock City Westheimer Store
6516 WESTHEIMER RD SUITE D
Houston, TEXAS 77057
Sunday, May 7 1:30p.m.
George Memorial Library, 1001 Golfview Dr, Richmond, TX 77469
*Drawing party and graphic novel presentation.
Spring has sprung (or will be soon enough). So I guess that means leaving the house? Here’s four places you can find me in the near future (if you look carefully)!
WonderCon. Anaheim, CA March 31st-April 2nd.
I’ll be in the Artist Alley and will magically appear on panels listed below. http://www.comic-con.org/wca/2017/special-guests
FRIDAY March 31:
3:00-4:00 Guest Spotlight: Comics Drawing Party with Dave Roman & his Mom!
Join author & illustrator Dave Roman (Astronaut Academy, Goosebumps, Teen Boat!) as he teams up with his mom, Miriam (who has never been to a comic convention and is scared to even draw a stick figure), and several audience members to make completely improvised comics. Expect lots of embarrassing stories, crazy characters, and hilarious twists and turns! Room 211
SUNDAY April 2nd:
1:00p.m. – 2:00p.m. Capable Kids. Age is no barrier to the intrepid adventurers in works by participants Judd Winick (Hilo), Hope Larson (Compass South), Tania del Rio (Warren the 13th and the Whispering Woods), Jonathan Stokes (Addison Cooke and the Treasure of the Incas), and Dave Roman (The Race for Boatlantis). Moderated by Judy Neeb, Children’s Librarian, County of Los Angeles Public Library. Room 209
Battle of the Books Celebration, Carroll County, MD April 4th. All-ages literary event held at Winters Mill High School Open to the public, featuring myself and Kate Hannigan (The Detective’s Assistant) along with free refreshments (the best kind)! https://library.carr.org/programs/program.asp?record=41832&datenumber=68144
DINK! Independent Comics Expo. Denver, CO April 8th-9th.
I’ll be hosting a cartoon character workshop and appearing on a panel called Not Just For Kids. Creating Comics For All-Ages. http://dinkdenver.com/
Free Comic Book Day at Bedrock City Comics. Houston Texas. I’ll be signing books and doing lots of free sketches in the early afternoon. Swing by and get some free comics! http://www.bedrockcity.com/content/50/Calendar/
Gaithersburg Book Festival. Gaithersburg, MD May 2oth.
I’ll be hosting a panel about the Science Comics series from First Second books and co-hosting a character workshop with my buddy Alexis Frederick-Frost (Adventures in Cartooning). http://www.gaithersburgbookfestival.org/featured-authors-2/featured-authors/
John Hurt was one of my favorite actors, and in my childhood view, the best storyteller ever.
“The Soldier and Death” directed by Jim Henson is probably still the coolest thing I’ve ever seen on television. But I love every episode. I could watch them every day. And a huge part of the appeal is John Hurts performance as The Storyteller. His narration is so engaging and comforting like a warm fire.
“If death needs a new friend, I cannot fight him.”
“But howsoever life smiles on us, the last laugh is reserved for death.”