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Tucson Comic-Con 14 Guests: Joe Eisma

Tucson Comic-Con 2014 is fast approaching which means we have some guests to announce! This year we have a great lineup of artists and writers both local and from other parts of the galaxy.


Our first guest that we want to announce is Joe Eisma.


Joe is the artist & co-creator of Morning Glories, the Eisner-nominated & NY Times Bestselling comic from Image Comics. Also worked for IDW and Boom! Studios 

So what is Morning Glories about?

Morning Glories is described by writer Nick Spencer as “Runaways meets Lost,” the series focuses on six “brilliant but troubled” new recruits at Morning Glory Academy, a prestigious prep school hiding “sinister and deadly” secrets. Interior art is done by Joe Eisma and cover art by Rodin Esquejo. Morning Glories debuted on August 2010. 

We are thrilled to have Joe in Tucson, so lets give him a warm welcome when we see him.

You can follow him on twitter @Supajoe



By |July 8th, 2014|Guests|Comments Off

“Were gonna need a bigger boat” Tucson Comic Convention 2014 @ the Tucson Convention Center November 8th & 9th!

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This past years Tucson Comic Convention told us one thing, or to quote a fan, “were gonna need a bigger boat”. Next years 7th Annual Tucson Comic-Con held on November 8th & 9th  will move into close to a 80,000 sqft exhibit hall! Moving from our 30,000 sqft hall. We would like to open up our floor to the dozens of creators we turned away due to space constraints and better tool the registrations process for everyone. This show will continue to always be about promoting the amazing world of comics books and the people who make them, so we would like to open our doors to grow an even bigger local and national audience as well as shine that spotlight on our great local talent!

We intend to clean up a lot of issues we had this year in result of our growing pains, but I guarantee you that if you are thinking it we already have it on our list of things to fix! This being from the attendees and exhibitors point of view, all of it.

Our first Annual costume contest was an even bigger success then everyone anticipated thanks to our CosPlay Coordinator Dustin Dial and our amazing panel of judges and volunteers! They raised a lot of toys for the holiday charities while doing what they love and hopefully inspiring some future CosPlayers. I consider the form of creating and embodying a hero or villain along with pouring your blood,sweat  & tears (literally) into something that everyone can enjoy a work of art! I still find myself in my early 30′s wanting to take that picture with Spider Man. You will […]

By |November 5th, 2013|Uncategorized|Comments Off