2014 Convention and Event Schedule

2014 Event/ Convention schedule:

FallCON 2014

October 4th: MCBA FallCON
Minnesota State Fair Education Building -10am to 5pm
http://midwestcomicbook.com

October 25: Comic Book I-CON
10am – 5pm – Community Choice Credit Union Convention Center
http://www.iowacomicbookclub.com/i-con

October 31 – Nov 2: META Minneapolis Comic Con
Hyatt Regency Minneapolis
http://metaconvention.com/

November 28th: BLACK FRIDAY Event
Source Comics and Games – Open to Close
http://www.sourcecomicsandgames.com

December 13th: SOURCE Jubilee Event
Source Comics and Games – Open to Close
http://www.sourcecomicsandgames.com
list subject to change

BATMAN Day 75th Anniversary Special

July 23, 2014 – BATMAN DAY

DC Entertainment is celebrating 75 years of BATMAN! As he is my favorite character, I am offering BATMAN themed, Ink and Copic Marker sketches on 11×17 inch Bristol board for only $20!!

In theme with the anniversary, only 75 sketches are available.
!!SKETCH SAMPLES!!

batgirlblackcanary

batman

harleyivyxmas

harleys

harleys_revenge

If you would like to order one, find me at a show, or contact me on Twitter!

Pencil Samples – TMNT

In the world of comic books many people will ask you “Who would you like to draw the most?” or “What book would you most like to work on?” and of these questions I have a short wish list that would make up my answers. One of those answers would with out a doubt be the TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES!!

Currently their books are being published by IDW, after the fun ownership change, and I thought ‘why not send in some sample pencils’!

Here they are, my four page sample I sent to IDW. I would love to draw this book. I mean I would love to draw a mid-evil one shot similar to my featured image above. Who knows what the future holds! Hope you enjoy the pages and thanks for looking!!

Business Advice: Jimmy Palmiotti

02/16/2012
Originally posted online by Comic Book Icon Jimmy Palmiotti
Statements shared here are for the benefit of Creators everywhere.

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SOME OBVIOUS ADVICE to comic book people:

When you get a contract, get a lawyer to read it over.

Understand that work for hire is exactly that. You do not own rights nor can you claim any rights to the material you created, even if it’s years later. I know a lot of people had some issues in the past, but I am talking today on…not preaching to those with situations.

Tell your lawyer every single concern you have and have them work it out with the client ,till you are satisfied.

Put a % of your money away, because you are responsible for your own future, not a company, a parent or anyone else. Plan now for the future and learn from others.

BUY medical insurance for your self…even the cheapest one is better than none. Even having catastrophic insurance will help you eventually.

Its easy to pick on people, companies and so on, but once you do, you cant go back. Be smart and research before you point fingers. Most people I know have huge memories and will never forget what you say…and years later, it will bite you in the ass. Be smart and complain to your spouse/friends and not the internet, unless you have all the facts.

When you have all the facts, check them again and look at what you are writing objectively…as if it was someone else writing it …and then e mail it to yourself to read the neXt day clean.

Be generous , give to others and don’t go around boasting about it or using it for your own publicity. Knowing you helped should be enough.

Spend some time daily complimenting others work, on line and off…and encourage those trying to break into our business.

Spend less time on message boards unless you really feel you have something to say. Time on the boards is time off your own board.

If you disagrree with any of this, let me know why…because I am open to learn and correct anything I believe to be proven wrong.

and last:

Support artistic people…they make the world more interesting.

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For more info on Jimmy and his AWESOME comic book and creative projects visit his blog: jimmypalmiotti.blogspot.com