Flesk Publications will be at the Emerald City ComicCon this weekend. Our booth number is 105. This will be our first time set up at this show. I visited the event last year and enjoyed myself enough to decide to sign up for this year. I like the strong focus on the artists, good vibe of the show and the beautiful city of Seattle. If it goes well you can expect to see us there more often.
I won’t be making the trip, however Jonathan Leveck will be running our space. I already know he will make me proud and represent the Flesk name and the artists we publish well. He can fill you in on the latest titles and what’s coming out in the near future. There will be a wide assortment of Flesk books, including some copies of the original large format of Bruce Timm’s Naughty and Nice as well as the signed 2012 Teaser and Big Pocket editions. Bruce Timm can be found at his table J-16, which is not too far from us.
We’ll have some freebie flyers and catalogs too. Stop on by and make sure Jonathan is working. Send me a picture of him sleeping and I’ll ship you a free book worth up to $50.00!
There will be some more artist friends of ours at the show that I would like to point out. We are all grouped in the same location. (The hip place to be, obviously.)
Brom will be at booth #203, which is just a short walk away. He can fill you in on his The Art of Brom book and share the good news about it going to the printer this week.
Richard and Wendy Pini have a table at E-09. The secret is just coming to light that I am working with Richard and Wendy on two new books, The Art of Elfquest and Wendy Pini: The Line of Beauty. Free flyers will be provided at both of our booths. These books are in the early stages of development and I am very excited to share more details in the months to come.
One of my all-time favorites, Mike Mignola, will be there. His space is L-11, all the way on the other side of the convention center.
Also, another fun guy and excellent artist, Aaron Lopresti will be close by at J-15.
I hope you all have a good time. I’ll miss being there, but by not going it lets me focus on getting “The Art of Brom off to the printer and keep it on schedule for our June release date.
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