Monday, November 2, 2009
Got any plans for the weekend besides hours of Halloween candy-based regret? Well if not, head to Brooklyn for the first ever King Con, a comic convention right smack in the middle of Park Slope. I'll be signing autographs at my table on the convention floor all day Saturday and Sunday, so stop by and say hello. I'll have plenty of my work for sale, from single issues of The Batman Strikes, to the Marvel Chronicle hardcover, and I'll be happy to sign anything you bring in from home. Comics, a lamp, your uncle. I'm really not picky. Also, there will be a free giveaway comic, because frankly, I need the closet space.
And if you come by the convention on Saturday, I'll be speaking in a panel about my latest book, The Batman Vault, alongside my co-author Bob Greenberger, legendary Batman writer/editor Denny O'Neil, and longtime DC editor Paul Kupperberg. The panel starts at 2, so be sure to get there early and grab your seat before all the groupies arrive.
Click on this link for all the convention details, and I hope to see you at the show.
Posted by Matthew K. Manning at 4:18 PM