FLORIDA SUPERCON: I will be here, you should join me, we can have THE FUN

It seem that my life sentence of comics has become even more challenging than I thought and now have a crap ton to upcoming events! The month of June is going to be a cruel mistress! So here is info in how you can find me:

Creature Entertainment is coming to Miami for Florida Supercon

Creature Entertainment is coming to Miami for Florida Supercon

Creature Entertainment is a Comic Book, Animation and Filmmaking Studio based in Miami, that publishes Comic Books, and produces Short Films and Feature Films. Some of the titles published by Creature Entertainment include: The Zombie Years, Forgive Me Father, Ravenous, The Gun, and Tommy.

In attendance:
Artist Jeff Dekal

Visit them online at http://www.creatureentertainment.com

Creature Entertainment will be appearing Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. They will be located at Booth # 502 in the exhibition room.

I then have various panels I will be doing across the weekend! Check it out:

Thursday June 25, 2015 7:15 pm to 8:15 pm

Join indie comics creators Terry Cronin (Students of the Unusual), Michael Kingston (Headlocked), Gene Hoyle (Gateway Runners), Martin Pierro (Cosmic Times), and Juan Navarro (Creature Entertainment) for a discussion on the highs, lows, pros, and cons of entering into the Independent Comic Book arena in 2015.

Flamingo Ballroom 3 & 4

Friday June 26, 2015 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm

Jo Witherington (Marketing Manager of Humanoids Publishing), Terry Cronin (3 Boys Productions), Juan Navarro (Creature Entertainment), and Martin Pierro (Cosmic Times), will discuss what to do AFTER you have written/drawn your comic and want to market it/sell it to publishers, etc. All panelists have years of experience in the industry tackling this exact subject.

Flamingo Ballroom 1A

Saturday June 27, 2015 7:45 pm to 8:45 pm


Join Tattoo Artists Xavier Rieche from Dapper 13 Tattoo’s and Kenny from Wild Inx, Artist Juan Navarro (Creature Entertainment), and skin specialist Terry Cronin (writer of The Skinvestigator) for a discussion on Pop Culture in Tattooing and Tattooing in Pop Culture.

Room D229

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