MIKE ZECK SIGNING :: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2015

August 17, 2015 By: Rico Renzi Category: EVENTS, Store Signings

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We’ve been looking forward to this signing for years! We hope to see every fan of Captain America, Punisher, Black Suit Spider-Man, Secret Wars, Master of Kung Fu… well you get the picture! Mike has done them all! Bring your favorites and meet the artist!

We’ll have lots of copies of our HeroesCon variants of Mike’s IDW Artist’s Edition and Secret Wars #1

Let us know you’re coming and tell your friends on our Facebook event page!

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STAFF PICKS :: SPIDER-MAN AND WOLVERINE BY WELLS AND MADUREIRA HC :: NOVEMBER 27, 2013

November 26, 2013 By: Justin Crouse Category: DISCUSS, Staff Picks

staff_picksjustin_staff_picksJUSTIN’S PICK :: SPIDER-MAN AND WOLVERINE BY WELLS AND MADUREIRA HC: I’m just gonna come out with it: in comics, Joe Madureira is to the 90s what Michael Golden was to the 80s; that is, Mad’s relatively modest body of work is comparatively massive in its influence. Traces of his kinetic, amped-up brand of storytelling are all over the stands today. With his stint on Uncanny X-Men, Mad conquered the comic book world. And while I am a bit disappointed he’s forgone proper inkers on his past few projects, the results have still been pretty great. This volume collects Mad’s yarns with scribe Zeb Wells, originally aired in the pages of Avenging Spider-Man (which I blabbed about here) and Savage Wolverine. A lot of these issues sold out at Heroes, and with a line-up consisting of Spidey, Wolvie, Red Hulk, Elektra, Mole Man, the Kingpin, and more, it’s not hard to see why. These stories are solid reminders of the joy and wonder that initially drew us – one and all – to comics.

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FEAST YOUR EYES :: IDW ARTIST’S EDITIONS & MORE!

September 05, 2012 By: Andy Mansell Category: DISCUSS, Feast Your Eyes

What is the one true drawback to good old-fashioned four-color comic books we love so much?  It is that the art has to be reduced in size to make the mass produced comic affordable and easier to handle and store.  If everything was produced at it’s original size, we’d need mylar by the yard!!
Many of us wander around HeroesCon Artist Alley every year and gaze with awe at comic art presented at it’s original full-size. It can induce goose-bumps and at times, if the art is the work of a really great craftsman, it can take your breath away.
Ahh, if only there was a way to enjoy this full bodied art without having to fork over hundreds (and sometimes thousands) for original art.  Well folks, that day has arrived.
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