According to dealers set up at the event this weekend — Michael Paille, the promoter of the Central Canada Comic-Con — has been telling exhibitors that he has sold his show to Wizard Entertainment. On the CCCC website, the event claims to be Canada’s second largest comic book convention, with a reported 16,800 attendees in… Read More Another Canadian comic book convention sold to Wizard?
INTRODUCED in 1976, the Eagles are the comics industry’s longest established awards. Acknowledged as the pre-eminent international prizes, they have been featured on the covers of leading US and UK titles across the last 30 years. Unique in that they reflect the people’s choice, the Eagle Awards comprise of two distinct stages. The 2010 Eagle… Read More Darwyn Cooke wins an Eagle
Earlier this week, Jeffery Klaehn posted a very comprehensive interview with artist Paul Rivoche. Check it out! Jeffery Klaehn: As you’re certainly aware, the headquarters for the two largest North American comic book publishers, DC and Marvel Comics, are in New York. What’s it been like, working in the comic book industry while living in… Read More Interviews: Paul Rivoche