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More Image Comics Bestselling Writers and Artists are Attending the RCCC Homecoming Dance

Bestselling Image Comics creators Donny Cates, Emi Lenox, Nick Dragotta, Emma Ríos, and Valentine De Landro have all RSVP’d to attend the Image Comics’ Fall Homecoming dance!

They will be joined by previously announced attending creators: Chip Zdarsky, Babs Tarr, Matt Fraction, and Kelly Sue DeConnick.

Don’t miss your chance to rub elbows with your favorite comics creators and celebrate Image Comics’ 25th anniversary with dancing, refreshments, and a photobooth.

Tickets to the Image Comics Fall Homecoming dance are on sale now.

Back by popular demand, Image Comics is pleased to host a very special formal Fall Homecoming dance for the comics community during the Rose City Comic Con festivities. The dance will be held on Saturday, September 9th from 8:30 p.m. – 12:30 a.m. at The Evergreen. This event will be 21+ only. IDs will be checked at the door.

Image Comics’ Fall Homecoming will be in the style and spirit of a traditional high school dance and all comics fans and industry members are encouraged to come mix, mingle, and dance the night away.

Image Comics Fall Homecoming ticket tiers: 

  • $20: Entry ticket
  • $45: Add-on pack, including an Image t-shirt, variant cover comic, commemorative pint glass, and enamel pin
  • $79: VIP pack—ticket to the party, add-on pack items, and access to special VIP area at the venue (limited quantity, only 100 VIP tickets available)

Love sparks a revolution in Symmetry, Vol. 1

Matt Hawkins and artist Raffaele Ienco team up for a sci-fi story aimed at disrupting the status quo in Symmetry, Vol.1, set to release from Top Cow/Image Comics this May.

In Symmetry, Vol.1, Utopia is here. Hunger, sickness, work… they’re all relics of a long forgotten past. All individuality, creativity, and negative emotions have been genetically bred out and medically suppressed. The population is limited to segregated areas.

But when a natural disaster rips the carefully organized society asunder, Michael and Maricela—two people from two different worlds—meet and fall in love, their relationship sparks a revolution. Will their love bring about the salvation or the destruction of mankind?

Symmetry, Vol.1 (ISBN: 978-1-63215-699-0) collects the first story arc, issues 1-4, and will be available for $9.99. It hits comic book stores on Wednesday, May 25th and bookstores on Tuesday, May 31st.


Sina Grace is Self-Obsessed

Sina Grace is returning to his slice-of-life roots in Self-Obsessed, a new graphic novel memoir from Image Comics. Spawned from the one-shot of the same name, Self-Obsessed debuts over 80 pages of new material, providing readers an intimate peek into the brain of an artist asking himself what depths he’ll need to plumb to be anybody’s somebody.

After a critically successful run on two Burn the Orphanage miniseries, a return to the cult favorite Li’l Depressed Boy, and the launch of the all-ages series Penny Dora & The Wishing Box, Grace thought 2014 was his year to shine. Unfortunately, a number of personal tribulations—including a death in the family and the end of a longterm relationship—derailed all momentum and sent him spiraling into a depression. After leaving his hometown of Los Angeles and traveling across the American Southwest, Grace found his passion project for 2015: himself.

Influenced by nights spent poring over Joan Didion, Arthur Rimbaud, and Anders Nilsen, the scope of stories in Self-Obsessed reflect the ups-and-downs of breaking into comics, reconciling relationships past, and discovering what true selfhood looks like. Mixed with long-forgotten strips unearthed from the creator’s messy archives, conversations with contemporaries Ryan O’Connell and Colleen Green, as well as essays exploring gender, identity, and pursuing one’s dreams, Grace brings a whole new spin to memoir for the Twitter age.

Self-Obsessed (ISBN: 978-1-63215-449-1, Diamonde Code: JUL150640) arrives September 30 and will be available for $9.99. The graphic novel will include an introduction from Jeff Lemire, as well as a free audiobook download.


Mike Vosburg Enters The World Of Moriarty

Official Press Release

Mike Vosburg Enters the World of Moriarty
Guest Artist to Appear in Moriarty Issue 7

The world of MORIARTY just got a little bigger with the announcement that Mike Vosburg will serve as guest artist for Moriarty #7. Famed for his work in Marvel, DC and HBO’s Tales from the Crypt TV series, Vosburg joins writer Daniel Corey and artist Anthony Diecidue in creating a special flashback sequence for the 3 chapter in The Lazarus Tree storyline.

When asked about his guest artist duties on MORIARTY, Vosburg stated, “Working on the Moriarty book was a real treat. Not only is the time period one that I’m very fond of, but Dan’s stories have an emotional impact and visual sensibility that made my job as an artist an exciting and rewarding experience.”
Diecidue adds, “Voz has been like a mentor to me for years now. Coloring his pages is like getting a lesson in storytelling. They’re awesome. I just hope I don’t screw them up.”

MORIARTY #7 (The Lazarus Tree part 3), a 32-page comic for $2.99 published by Image Comics, will be on sale in stores December 7th and is available to order in the October 2011 edition of Diamond Previews (OCT110560). MORIARTY #6 (SEP110474) will be on sale in stores November 2.For more information, please visit www.professorjamesmoriarty.com and www.facebook.com/moriartycomic .

About Mike Vosburg
As a teenage Mike edited and produced the fanzine Masquerader, which introduced him to many of his cohorts in the comic book world and helped jump start his career. He worked for Marvel and DC for a number of years until moving to LA in the mid 80’s where he branched out into the fields of animation, advertising and film. He has produced artwork for the LA Museum of Tolerance, has drawn the entire run of cover inserts for the HBO Tales from the Crypt series, won an Emmy as a director on the HBO animated series Spawn. Besides any number of advertising projects he has done storyboards for a number of music videos for the like of Emimem, Marilyn Manson and Gwen Stefani. Most recently Mike has storyboarded The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Prince Caspian, Voyage of the Dawntreader and Journey to the Center of the Earth.

In his spare time Voz continues to attend weekly figure drawing courses, still shoots baskets in his back yard and continues to create and produce his own graphic novels, Lori Lovecraft and Retrowood.


About Daniel Corey
Daniel Corey is a director, screenwriter, playwright, and novelist. He has authored screenplays, teleplays, stage plays, two comic series, and a novel.

Daniel spent four years as writer in residence with the New York Acting Ensemble, where 10 of his plays were produced, several of which he directed. Titles included JOGGERS, PSYCHE IN A BOX, STAR OF INDIA, and THE WHITE ROOM. Several of his screenplays have ranked in distinguished competitions, including Francis Ford Coppola’s American Zoetrope Screenwriting Competition and the Austin Film Festival Screenplay Contest.

In 2007, Daniel created DANGERKATT CREATIVE STUDIO, a company that serves as an umbrella for all of his creative endeavors. In 2009, DANGERKATT published PROPHET, a graphic novel written by Daniel, with art by Anthony Diecidue. Since then, Daniel and Anthony have worked together to create a new comic series titled MORIARTY, which follows the misadventures of Professor Moriarty, arch-nemesis of Sherlock Holmes. The first issue of MORIARTY was released . The first volume collected graphic novel of MORIARTY will be released , under the full title MORIARTY: THE DARK CHAMBER.


About Anthony Diecidue
Anthony Diecidue (dee-ETCh-eh-DOO-eh) was born in , and is an alum of the prestigious Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art.
His digital technique has a traditional flare inspired by everything from comic books and animation to concept art.

Anthony’s work includes principal art for Stan Lee and Walt Disney Home Entertainment’s digital motion comic series TIME JUMPER, MORTAL KOMBAT VS. DC COMICS for Midway Games, PROPHET with writer Daniel Corey at DangerKatt Creative Studio and MORIARTY with Daniel Corey for Image Comics.

About Image Comics
Image Comics is a comic book and graphic novel publisher founded in 1992 by a collective of best-selling artists. Image has since gone on to become one of the largest comics publishers in the . Image currently has five partners: Robert Kirkman, Erik Larsen, Todd McFarlane, Marc Silvestri and Jim Valentino. It consists of five major houses: Todd McFarlane Productions, Top Cow Productions, Shadowline, Skybound and Image Central. Image publishes comics and graphic novels in nearly every genre, sub-genre, and style imaginable. It offers science fiction, romance, horror, crime fiction, historical fiction, humor and more by the finest artists and writers working in the medium today. For more information, visit www.imagecomics.com.

Moriarty #7 Cover

Around the Tubes

New York Comic Con has come and gone.  We’ll have lots of posts, reviews, photos and some video.  But for now, here’s the news you might have missed.

Around the Blogs:

Fox News – Islam-Based Superheroes: Here to Save the Day or Villains in Disguise?Fox takes on The 99 (ignores Newscorps’ bashing of it).

The Daily Star – Muslim comic series seeks breakthrough in U.S. – And another take on The 99.

Kotaku – Sunday Comics: Upright and Locked – Each week Kotaku brings some of the best web comics out there.

Con Coverage:

Kotaku – New York Comic-Con 2011 Day Four Cosplay with Dead Space Kid and Super Friends

Kotaku – NYCC 2011 Day Two in Pictures

Kotaku – The DC Superhero Statues of New York Comic-Con

The Beat – NYCC 2011: Days Three and Four

Bleeding Cool – The Cosplay Gallery Of New York Comic Con, Courtesy Of Marnie Ann Joyce

IGN – NYCC: Brian Wood’s Wolverine Emerges

IGN – NYCC: Rogue’s Legacy Continues

IGN – NYCC: Hulk Smashes the Avengers

Bleeding Cool – Luke Cage, Movie-Calibre Hulking And More In Marvel’s TV Future

The Beat – NYCC Announcements: Dexter, Marvel and Mystery Writers

Bleeding Cool – Recovering From A Hangover With The Women Of Marvel

Comics Alliance – Brian Wood’s Environmental Apocalypse Comic ‘The Massive’ Gets Ongoing Series

CBR – NYCC: Gale Anne Hurd on “Dead Man’s Run,” “Walking Dead”

New York Post – Girls gone geek

CBR – NYCC: Gage Offers the Runaways Shelter at “Avengers Academy”

CBR – NYCC: Geof Darrow’s “Shaolin Cowboy” Returns in 2012

IGN – NYCC: Shazam is Back!

IGN – NYCC: DC All Access: Superman Panel

IGN – NYCC: Avengers: Shattered Heroes Panel

IGN – NYCC: The Avengers Assemble Again

Comics Alliance – The Image Comics Show [NYCC 2011]

MTV Geek – J. Michael Straczynski Announces New MTV Comic At NYCC

IGN – NYCC: War of the Thunderbolts

IGN – NYCC: Remender’s Secret Avengers

Around the Tubes Reviews:

The Atlantic – Feynman

CBR – Frankenstein, Agent of S.H.A.D.E #2

The Herts Advertiser – Ultimate Spider-Man: Death of Spider-Man