The tunnel is dug, the ponies laden down with comics, posters, stickers and more. Eagles have been sent on ahead to pick up copies of Alan Grant's 'The Loxleys and the War of 1812' preview comics from Friesens.
Almost everything is ready for Renegade to head to New York Comic Con.
We'll be exhibiting at booth 2743 from Thursday October 13th until Sunday the 16th. We're in the small press area snuggled in nice and close to Artists Alley. Click the NYCC logo for a handy map showing just where we are.
Unfortunately Lovern Kindzierski has had to bow out this time around. If truth be told he wondered down the wrong tunnel and instead of heading to New York he is currently half way to Hong Kong. Hopefully the goblin we sent after him will catch up with him, eventually, and send him back to us.
The guests joining us for this show include Blood Light artist Al Davison, who is fresh off art duties on Unwritten and Dr. Who. Al will be sketching, as well as showcasing his work with us, as well as his personal books and his latest project 'The Alchemist's Easel' currently being funded through Kickstarter. Here's an early page from Blood Light:
Also at the booth will be editor and writer Alexander Finbow, on hand to talk about his projects with Renegade; Blood Light, and Shades of Grey. As well as his editorial duties on Alan Grant and Shane Oakley's Channel Evil, Richmond Clements and Alex Moore's Turning Tiger, and Lovern Kindzierski and Dave Ross' Necromantic. He'll also have previews of Gordon Rennie and PJ Holden's new series Dept of Monsterology, William Simpson's VMT, and Alan Grant's The Loxleys and the War of 1812 graphic novel.
We'll have exclusive preview comics featuring the first 22 pages of The Loxleys and the War of 1812 with us, only available at NYCC. Plus 100 strictly limited VMT 'Real Vampires Don't Sparkle' posters featuring this exclusive Mercy image by William Simpson and Lovern Kindzierski.
And of course, we'll also have a really limited number of Shame: Conception collectors edition graphic novels, featuring the John Bolton signed print cards he created for us. I'm pretty sure we'll only have 20 with us, so please see us early if you definitely want one.
There will be a tiny quantity of Doug Bradley's Spinechillers audiobooks and merchandise with us too for the classic horror aficionados in attendance, as well as preview collections of other new titles we've got coming up.
So if you're going to be heading to the Javitz center this week be sure to drop by our booth and introduce yourself, we're looking forward to meeting old fans and new, and making new friends. This will be our first time exhibiting at NYCC and we are all really looking forward to getting to know the East Coast's biggest comic convention. See you there!