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You Wanted More, They'll Give you More!

New York Comic Con has your VIP Access for the 2009 Show

 

Lance Fensterman writes...

 

It's time to bust out your pocket protectors and light sabers again! You know exactly what I'm talking about! Are you ready to be a part of the largest comic book and pop culture event on the East Coast? As a valued NYCC attendee we want to make sure that we tell you about all the goods so that you can plan on having the best con experience yet! So what are you waiting for? Read on...

 

VIP Tickets

 

 

New York Comic Con's 2009 VIP Access Tickets will get you in early and get you a place to unwind when you need a break from the craziness of the con. If it's access you crave and lines you hate, a VIP Pass is for you. (If you are looking for guaranteed autographing tickets and guest packages, those will be available separately in the coming weeks). Find out more about VIP Tickets.

Guests

Guest of Honor

 

 

J. Michael Straczynski - J. Michael Straczynski has written for every medium except poetry, at which he sucks. In comics, he's written for Marvel books including The Amazing Spider-Man, Thor, and Fantastic Four and his DC works include The Brave and the Bold and a project he can't talk about yet. Read More...

 

Featured Guests

 

 

Herb Trimpe - A Comics Legend, worked for Marvel Comics during a 30-year-period drawing many characters from the Marvel Universe. He created Captain Britain, GI Joe, Defenders, Godzilla, Shogun Warriors and is also the definitive Hulk artist. Read More...

 

Ivan Reis - A Brazilian comic book artist. Best known for his career with Dark Horse, The Mask, Time Cop and Xena. Later he worked for Lightning Comics At Vertigo and penciled an issue of Grant Morrison's The Invisibles. Read More...

 

Joe Sinnott - Joe begins his 59th year working for Marvel Comics in 2009 and has also worked for Treasure Chest, Dell, Charlton, ACG and Archie Comics. Joe is best known as Jack Kirby's inker on The Fantastic Four. Read More...

 

Leinil Yu - Leinil's major break was Whilce Portacio's tutelage where the training landed him his first mainstream gig: Wolverine. After a successful run, he later took on The Uncanny X-Men, X-Men, Highroads, Superman: Birthright, Silent Dragon, Ultimate Hulk, Ultimate Wolverine, New Avengers, Marvel's 2008 Epic -- Secret Invasion -- and various film and game concept art. Read More...

 

Bob Layton - Second only to his tenure on Iron Man, Bob is also known for his innovative contributions to the Valiant Comics line as Editor-in-Chief and Senior Vice President. Read More...

 

Colleen Doran - Colleen Doran's current projects include the upcoming Stealth Tribes graphic novel with Warren Ellis for DC/Vertigo, and Gone to Amerikay with Derek McCulloch, also for Vertigo. She has illustrated projects for Star Wars, Indiana Jones, and The Lord of the Rings. Read More...

 

David Petersen - A steady diet of cartoons, comics, and tree climbing fed his imagination and is what still inspires his work today. David was the 2007 Russ Manning Award recipient for Most Promising Newcomer, and in 2008 his Mouse Guard won Eisner Awards for Best Publication for Kids and Best Graphic Album Reprint. Read More...

 

Special Guests

 

 

Jackson Publick -His most notable achievements during his short tenure were designs for something called, "The Mindcopter" and a squadron of giant, flying metal lions which, when reconfigured and joined together via electrical current, formed a giant, flying metal man. Read More...

 

Doc Hammer- Being the son of a humble cobbler, not much was expected of the young man other than to cobble and to not complain about all the cobbling. But Doc was destined for greater things. "Greater things" being not cobbling. Read More...

Volunteer at New York Comic Con

 

 

Hey, kids, think you'd like to work for us? Or, think that you could do a better job? Well, now's the time to do something about it as New York Comic Con's 2009 Volunteer Application is here! We'll be bringing on an elite team of 300 volunteers and we'd love to have you help bring NYCC to life.

 

Use Your PayPal Account to Buy Your Tickets to the Con and NYCC Merchandise

 

 

NYCC is on board with PayPal and in addition to using your PayPal account to buy your official NYCC Merchandise you can now use it to buy your tickets too.

 

So long for now, we will follow-up in a few weeks to let you know when the online Exhibitor Manual is available. Also, stay in the know for more show news from NYCC featuring guests, special events, panels, and more by visiting my blog at www.mediumatlarge.net!

Learn more by visiting
www.newyorkcomiccon.com

 

Page last updated on November 8, 2008

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