The Li’l Depressed Boy & Not My Bag Invade Tucson Comic Con 2012 With Sina Grace And S. Steven Struble
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Sina Grace And S. Steven Struble to attend Tucson Comic Con 2012
Comic Book Therapy and Tucson Comic Con present
AT TUCSON COMIC CON 2012 On NOVEMBER 3th/4th at the Tucson Convention Center.
October 5, 2012 Tucson, AZ: Tucson Comic Con and Comic Book Therapy have come together to bring fan favorites Sina Grace And S. Steven Struble to the Tucson Comic Con 2012 NOVEMBER 3th/4th at the Tucson Convention Center. Sina Grace and S. Steven Struble are the creators of the critically acclaimed hit “The Li’l Depressed Boy” that rapidly became a cult comic book amongst readers.
Both Sina Grace and S. Steven Struble will be on hand for autographs and sketches at the convention center both on Saturday the 3th and Sunday the 4th.
PANEL: DIY To Image: The Li’l Depressed Boy creators dish on tips for getting a book noticed! – Saturday November 3th 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm at the Crystal Ballroom of the Tucson Convention Center!
Understanding how to go about writing your own book is all well and good, but how do you get people to notice it? How do authors and artists make the leap onto “the big scene” and is it really necessary to make that “leap”?
Cult authors and artists Sina Grace and S. Steven Struble peel back the mystery and provide some valuable tips on how,what and when.
About The Li’l Depressed Boy:
Originally an anthologized web-comic, THE LI’L DEPRESSED BOY found its print home at Image Comics in 2011, maintaining a cult status early on. The series follows the non-adventures of a rag doll boy on his quest for love, happiness, and a good album on vinyl. For more information, visit www.depressedboy.com. On Twitter — @struble and @SinaGrace
About Not My Bag:
From Sina Grace, the artist of The Li’l Depressed Boy, and Amber Benson’s Among the Ghosts, comes a haunting retail hell story like you’ve never encountered before! A young artist takes a job at a department store in order to make ends meet… little does he know that he may meet his end! In this gothic story for fans of Black Swan, Blankets, and The Devil Wears Prada, can the artist withstand competitive pressure, treachery, and high fashion while still keeping his soul?
About Sina Grace:
Sina Grace is the artist on the indie comics cult hit THE LI’L DEPRESSED BOY, written by S. Steven Struble, and was editor of Robert Kirkman’s comics until stepping down to pursue a full-time art career. In NOT MY BAG, he chronicles the six months of his life that he spent as a sales associate in an upscale department store.
About S. Steven Struble:
S. Steven Struble moved to Amarillo, TX to make comic books. Surprisingly, this plan actually worked out. In his spare time he also colors other people’s comics and competes on the poetry slam circuit.
About Tucson Comic Con:
Our goal is to bring the exciting world of comic books to the old pueblo from our very own local comic shops to a wide variety of independent sellers and artists along with national talent and guests. This event is for all ages and is a chance to experience a good old fashioned comic book convention.
For more information, please visit http://tucsoncomic-con.com/
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