Don't miss this opportunity to meet talented comic book writers and artists at your neighborhood comic book shop!
The following independent creators are scheduled to appear:
NORM HARPER (writer, The Sequels, Haphaven, Ricki)
Norm Harper is the creator and writer of the 4-issue series, The Sequels, from Fanbase Press. In the height of 1980s nostalgia, The Sequels dares to question whether our grasp on the past is endangering our future. His previous works include the YA graphic novel Haphaven (Lion Forge) and the Eisner-nominated Rikki. He lives in Los Angeles, California, with his wife and their giant LEGO collection. He can probably remember the lyrics to more Saturday Morning cartoon theme songs than you can.
Christopher is a comic book and graphic novel writer who is creating new and original stories in the entertainment industry. He will be signing the trade paperbacks of Zombie Zero: The Complete Series and Planetary Expansion: Volume One! Christopher will also be showing The First Americans and Space Dragon!
J. DIANNE DOTSON
Dianne is a sci-fi fantasy author of Heliopause and Ephemeris.
The books are a four-issue saga which are fast-moving adventures that involve aliens, telepathy and more than a couple of surprises. She will have both books at the signing.
C. COURTNEY JOYNER
Courtney is an American author, film script writer, director, and an occasional actor.
His book, Nemo Rising, is an exciting sequel to the Captain Nemo adventures enjoyed by millions in Jules Verne's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.
Joshua is an American comic book writer. He has done work for DC Comics, Vertigo Comics, Dark Horse Comics, Image Comics, Valiant Entertainment, IDW Publishing, Penny-Farthing Press, Virgin Comics, and Random House Books.
He will be bringing his book, Goodnight Paradise, a modern crime story set in Venice Beach, California.
WHAT: INDIE CREATOR SIGNING
WHEN: Saturday, September 21, from 1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
WHERE: Emerald Knights - Comics and Games
4116 W. Burbank Blvd.
Burbank, CA 91505
ekcomicsandgames.com / @ekcomics