Hey there, reminder that I will be at San Diego ComicCon tomorrow afternoon to sit on a panel with other emerging LGBT creators. 2:00 pm. Be there if you can.
Oh, and I sent SHIRTLIFTER #2 to the printer earlier in the week–yay! I can have a life again….
I will be appearing on a panel at the San Diego Comic-Con on Thursday, July 26 — early in the con, so if you’re around please stop by. Press Release below.
2:00-3:00 LGBT New Creators—Who are the next LGBT comics superstars? With the astonishing breakthrough of Alison Bechdel’s award-winning Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic, Phil Jimenez’s run as lead artist on Infinite Crisis, and Allen Heinberg’s big splash into comics with Young Avengers and Wonder Woman, LGBT creators have shown themselves to be a major force within the comics world. Prism Comics, a nonprofit organization that supports lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered (LGBT) comics, creators, and readers, not only champions these comics superstars but actively encourages, promotes, and develops tomorrow’s stars as well. Join moderator Terrance Griep (openly gay pro wrestler known as “SpiderBaby” and comic book writer of Scooby-Doo and Judo Girl) as he presents up-and-coming LGBT comics creators, including Steve MacIsaac (artist/writer of Shirtlifter, winner of Prism’s first annual Press Grant), Megan Gedris (writer/artist of YU+ME, winner of Prism’s second annual Press Grant), Tommy Roddy (writer of Pride High), and Sean McGrath (writer of Frater Mine). Room 10