To Do: January 12 – 18

Lots going on this week, with Fantagraphics’ Beasts! show opening in Frisco, Charlotte holding a mini-con, popular webcomicker Danielle Corsetto going on tour, and lots more, including plenty of Wednesday signings. Read on for all the details…

Monday, January 12

New York, NY, 6 PM – Danielle Corsetto at Trailer Park Lounge & Grill

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GIRLS WITH SLINGSHOTS cartoonists Danielle Corsetto kicks off her mini-tour of the Northeast with a gathering at a Manhattan restaurant and lounge called The Trailer Park.


Monday, January 12

Charlotte, NC, 7 PMBottomless Belly Button discussion group

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Retailer Heros Aren’t Hard to Find hosts a discussion of Dash Shaw’s acclaimed 2008 graphic novel BOTTOMLESS BELLY BUTTON, led by Andy Mansell. As a life-long lover of book discussion clubs, I raise a cup of cheer.

Check out Tuesday through Sunday after the break!


Tuesday, January 13

New York, NY, 8 PMComic Book Club featuring David Gallaher & Steve Ellis

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New York’s weekly live comic book talk show returns for another session at The People’s Improv Theatre, with guests David Gallaher and Steve Ellis of Zuda’s HIGH MOON. Admission is $5.


Wednesday, January 14

Wheaton, IL, 11 AM – 8 PMRobert Atkins at Graham Crackers Comics

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Artist Robert Atkins signs at Graham Crackers Comics to promote the first issue of IDW’s new GI JOE series. The retailer will have an exclusive version of the debut issue with a variant cover available.


Wednesday, January 14

Willow Grove, PA, 4 PM – 7 PMBryan Glass at Brave New Worlds

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MICE TEMPLAR writer Bryan Glass appears at the Willow Grove location of Pennsylvania retailer Brave New Worlds. to celebrate the release of the series’ first hardcover collection.


Wednesday, January 14

New York, NY, 6 PM – 8 PMStephen Baldwin & Paul Azaceta at Jim Hanley’s Universe

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Actor Stephen Baldwin and artist Paul Azaceta will be signing at the Manhattan location of Jim Hanley’s Universe to promote their BOOM! Studios series, THE REMNANT.


Wendesday, January 14

Manhattan Beach, CA, 5 PM – 8 PMTop Cow artists at The Comic Bug

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Eric Basaldua (HUNTER-KILLER), Michael Broussard and Ryan Winn (THE DARKNESS) or Top Cow Productions will be signing at Manhattan Beach retailer The Comic Bug.


Thursday, January 15

Seattle, WA, 5 PMComixtravaganza Draw-a-Thon with Justin Norman

As part of the Seattle Public Library’s month-long “Comixtravaganza” series of events, the library’s University Branch hosts a draw-a-thon with local artist Justin Norman, who will give tips on drawing and becoming a comics pro. Participants will draw and design their own comic books, with the best work winning a prize. Sponsored in part by retailer Zanadu Comics.


Saturday, January 17

Charlotte, NC, 11 AM – 5 PMCharlotte MiniCon

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Dealers, fans and artists converge for Charlotte’s one-day comic book convention, held this year in the Fireman’s Hall. Admission is just $2!


Saturday, January 17

San Francisco, CA 6:30 PM – 10 PMOne. Hundred. Beasts! opening reception

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Fantagraphics‘ group monster art show travels to San Francisco, where it will run through February 18 at the Giant Robot gallery. Curated by Fanta art director Jacob Covey, the show features illustrations from the publisher’s BEASTS! BOOK 1 and BEASTS! BOOK 2 and features work from more than 100 artists, many who will be at the opening reception.


Saturday, January 17

Toronto, ON, 3 PM – 8 PM – Danielle Corsetto at Paradise Comics

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Danielle Corsetto, cartoonists of the weekdaily webcomic GIRLS WITH SLINGSHOTS makes an appearance at Paradise Comics. She will have paperback collections to sign, and exclusive art prints to give away.


Sunday, January 18

San Francisco, CA, 2 PMSunday with Moral Orel

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Dino Stamatopoulos and Scott Adsit, creators of the Adult Swim stop-motion comedy MOREL OREL will screen episodes of the show along with live commentary at the Eureka Theatre as park of San Francisco’s Sketchfest comedy festival. Tickets are $15. The event is co-presented by the Cartoon Art Museum.

Posted by Aaron Humphrey

Comments

  1. So this is supposed to be the last season of Moral Orel? Did I hear those joker announcers right on Adult Swim??

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