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I have two posts done already on NYCC including a recording of the SciFi writers' panel.
We raised over $4000 this year for CASA of our area which is the organization of advocates that support foster families. We had help from entertainers like Sarah Donner, Pixel Face, Kirby Krackle, Unwoman, Marian Call; lots of comic creators, notably JK Woodward, Lynne Yoshii, and Katie Cook among so many others; about 25 cosplayers each day; publishers like Zenescope, DC, Action Lab, and Boom; local con organizers who donated passes for our raffle drawings; and even other local comic retailers who helped us line up a guest list.
I'll be appearing at Comic Fusion in Flemington, NJ for the annual Free Comic Book Day celebration! I'll be signing copies of RISE: COMICS AGAINST BULLYING, SHAKESPEARE SHAKEN, and SHELTER. Appearing with me are Eric Grisson, Chris Muller, Tom Scholendorn.
AMBER LOVE 09-OCT-2012 Stacy Korn announced on her Facebook profile that our efforts for this year’s Superhero Weekend raised somewhere around $7,000 for SAFE in Hunterdon.
Superhero Weekend would not be possible without the art donated by the talented and generous people of the comics industry. They get a lot of requests for sketch donations for causes and we appreciate that so many fit us into their schedules. Writers, publishers, toy and collectible companies sent in a huge amount of items that went into the auctions, raffles and contest prizes.
Capes & Babes creator Chris Flick traveled several hours to be in New Jersey all weekend sketching with other artists: Jamal Igle, Jim Calafiore, Tom Schloendorn, Erica Hesse, Bill Ellis, Charles Wilson and of course Ken Haeser. Ken also acted as one of the celebrity judges in the student “design a hero” art contest. All the artists provided original sketches for the winners.
READ THE FULL STORY: http://www.amberunmasked.com/shw2012-recap/
Photo by Knightmare6 (2012)
DEC 3, 2011 12-3pm
Comic Fusion and the Moonstone Mystery Bookshop of Flemington present the creative team Jeff Marsick & Scott Barnett along with best-selling comic book writer and novelist Duane Swierczynski.
Marsick & Barnett are celebrating the launch of their comic DEAD MAN'S PARTY. Swierczynski is promoting the new 52 BIRDS OF PREY and his latest Charlie Hardie noir novel HELL AND GONE.
Bring your comics or buy them at the shop for the signing. Have your questions ready. It's a casual low-key affair where you can ask the creators about any of their projects.
After our time at Comic Fusion, we'll have the opportunity to talk about mysteries with Swierczynski (and more authors) at Moonstone Mystery Books right around the corner from Comic Fusion.
Parking is on the street, no meters up to two hours; also behind the stores with 2 and 4 hour sections. You can enter the back parking lot from Main Street or Bloomfield.
Based on the art of Bruce Timm with added background features; commission for Han Pan. I need to wait until it's a bit darker for better pictures.
You would have seen this already if you follow my twitter feed or facebook.com/amberunmasked but in case those are your playgrounds, here's the link to my etsy shop: http://www.etsy.com/people/ElizabethAmber?ref=si_pr
There isn't much time to get things out for Halloween so please keep that in mind!
*I'm not taking custom commissions at this time. I'm selling off what I have.
My Harley costume is for sale too.
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