We’re back with a brief update this week!
We have new details for panels at the Tucson show and final details for DC Authorfest. Check out either of these great events if you’re local! Visit our Events Page for more.
We also have the intro for our newest intern! Eagle eyes may have caught we announced FIVE new interns, but only had bios for FOUR a few weeks back. Well, we were still finalizing our newest minion, so check below for the deets.
Check out the Tucson Comic-Con to meet Visionary EiC Jeff Mariotte and Marsheila Rockwell! They’ll have copies of all their original and licensed novels for sale, and doing signings at Booth 427.
Jeff’s Panel Schedule: Review Details on Tucson’s Main Site >>
11:30 am – Artistic Ability Not Required: Ways to Break Into The Comic Industry
Greenlee Room (Creating Comics)
Not an artist? No problem. This panel discusses various ways that you can work in the comics industry.
1:30 pm – Writing in Other People’s Worlds for Money and Fun
Gila Room (From the Screen)
Star Trek, Dungeons & Dragons, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Xena: Warrior Princess, Supernatural, Evil Dead 2, X-Files, Deadlands, CSI…the panelists will give you the inside scoop on writing in these universes and more.
DC Author Festival
November 6th, 2016 / 2:30pm – Room A-5
@Martin Luther King Memorial Library, Washington DC
My Comic Life: Building a Career in Comics
Join Visionary Comics’ CCO C. Edward Sellner for a frank and honest conversation about building a career in comics. What does it take to build a career as a freelancer, creator, and comic professional? Sellner discusses the importance of defining your goals, your definition of success, and seeking out opportunity.
Straight from Baltimore Comic-Con, our newest recruit was so impressed with one of our panels (and we were so impressed with her ideas) we decided to team-up for the greater comic good of all. So, meet the newest Visioneer…
Jen Leong Cardwell – Intern
Mild-mannered (do the glasses count, at least?) reporting instructor by day, who needed a creative outlet at night She is hoping to expand her skills in transferring creative ideas into writing and other content. She was a fan of the 90’s X-men cartoon and followed some independent comics in high school. A San Diego native, she enjoyed the benefit of attending a couple of Comic-Cons. However, it wasn’t until Visionary partner IDW published Locke and Key that she got pulled back in.
Subscribe NOW to not miss anything coming up as we have lots of exciting news still to come this year, including new Deadlands digital releases, first looks at the third Deadlands novel, and other cool projects coming from Visionary in 2017, and the debut of a brand new feature on our main site! It’s a good time to be Visionary!