To kick off the return of “Flashback Friday,” we’re heading back to 2010 for an interview with Ron Marz that took place at Baltimore Comic Con 2010. Marz was writing Witchblade for Top Cow at the time.
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As an early holiday gift, the Baltimore Comic-Con has announced tickets are now on sale through the end of 2017 at a discount rate for next year’s show, taking place the weekend of September 28-30, 2018 at the Baltimore Convention Center in downtown Baltimore.
Tickets that are now on sale include:
- Friday only
- Saturday only
- Sunday only
As always, children 10 and under are free for general admission with a paid adult admission!
* VIP packages are a separate purchase from General Admission tickets (which will be required to participate in any VIP offerings). VIP ticket holders receive exclusive early admission to all 3 days of the show, as well as a gift package that includes a show t-shirt, the 2018 Baltimore Comic-Con yearbook, and more!
The Baltimore Comic-Con will return to the Baltimore Convention Center in 2018 on September 28. The convention has announced that one of their most asked-about and requested exhibitors, Certified Guaranty Company, LLC (CGC), will return again to the show to conduct on-site grading.
As they did last year, CGC will be accepting submission for all tiers of service (with the exception of magazines) on a first-come, first-serve basis for the entire weekend.
Sybil knows that there is something off about her next door neighbor, but she can’t seem to get anyone to believe her. Everyone is so busy going about their days in the busy streets of New York City that they don’t notice Bolivar. They don’t notice his odd height, his tiny arms, or his long tail. No one but Sybil sees that Bolivar is a dinosaur.
At Baltimore Comic Con 2017, I got a chance to talk to writer and artist Sean Rubin about his new graphic novel Bolivar being published by BOOM! Studios and Archaia.
The graphic novel is available digitally and in comic stores November 15 and in book stores November 28.
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Once a year, giant robots from outer space come to Earth and bond with young cadets from the elite Sky Corps Academy to defend the world from the terrifying aliens known as the Sharg. It’s a great honor to be chosen, but this year…well, the wrong kid was picked.
Written by Geg Pak with art by Takeshi Miyazawa, Mech Cadet Yu is one of our favorite comic series of the years and has been picked up by BOOM! Studios as an ongoing series.
We talked to Pak at Baltimore Comic Con 2017 about the comic and attempted to not gush too much about it.
At Baltimore Comic Con 2017 we got a chance to talk to writer Anthony Burch about the new series, Big Trouble in Little China: Old Man Jack being published by BOOM! Studios.
We not only discussed that, but we touched upon Burch’s writing of the popular video game Borderlands 2.
When a plague ravages the world, one scientist discovers the cure and becomes the savior of mankind. Hope is restored, and the world rebuilds. But then people who took the cure begin having children who are… unnatural, and the definition of “normal” is forever altered.
At Baltimore Comic Con we got a chance to talk to artist Eryk Donovan about his new comic series Eugenic with writer James Tynion IV.
At Baltimore Comic Con we got a chance to talk to comic writer Clay Chapman about his new comic series Lazaretto being published by BOOM! Studios.
Taking place on a college campus during an outbreak, we talked about the claustrophobia of the setting and why we’re so happy to no longer be in college.
Baltimore Comic Con is one of the most entertaining comic conventions out there. Not only can you talk to the comic creators but there cosplay on display is top notch. Check out some of the photos from the convention and just a small fraction of the fantastic work.
At Baltimore Comic Con I got a chance to talk to comic creator Matt Kindt about his BOOM! Studios series Grass Kings and how he’s able to create so many comics a month.