while the comic book page is under construction here is some filler comic strip joke
sin city parody
we paid 20 bucks a pop just to be there on saturday. if you have never gone to a comic book convention ever in life then the big apple con is a great starter convention. we started going to big apple comics convention when they first started back when it was held in 1996 in the basement of St. George’s Church in Manhattan by Michael Carbonaro
The convention is known for its eclectic variety of guests, including many celebrities of comic books, classic TV, movies, animation, pro wrestling, and other forms of pop culture. Some notable guests include Steven Segal, Carrie Fisher, Val Kilmer, Kevin Smith, Frank Miller, Adam West, George A. Romero, Neal Adams, Peter Mayhew, David Prowse, Bill Plympton, Roddy Piper, and many more. It also holds panel discussions and a costume contest hosted by “Captain Zorikh.”
This year has been the year of heroes …….. tv show that is! so actress hayden panettiere the cheerleader from heroes was on hand to take flicks and sign pic, if you spent 30 dollars to get it.
watch out shes got body guards!
in the long run with the price of gas going up, so to is the price of a good comic book convention. go for the comics , go for the stars, go for the full grown adults dressed in colorful costumes. Just go and lose yourself in the fun!
Shadows of the city
In 1993 I created a three arc story that would span three types of mediums: film, radio, and comicbook. Shadows of the city was to star three assassins. One was blind which would be told as an old style radio drama. Next was deaf and would be told as a silent movie and last the mute as an action comic.
Due to lack of funds we never worked on the any of them and saved the story for later use. After working for googo studios up in the Bronx, I wanted to film something and the itch to film a silent movie came back. I filmed Shadows as a series of short action clips to show before feature films.
Not happy with most of the film footage, I stopped the film only making a short out of all the film we had. The silent film look wasn’t working for me after so many attempts. I decided to dump the silent film look and opt to make the shadows an online comicbook.
Now after nearly 15 years. I am pleased to bring you Shadows of the city! Our first full comicbook for your enjoyment, we will also be showing the short flick “Hunting the Hacker” which was one scene out of the whole Shadows of the city film.
this is a fantastic read (it’s a science book). but let us not jump to conclusions.
the book helps us understand how heroes do the amazing things they do and how it works in real life, don’t look for answers like gamma radiation. this is a book on how and why the spidy can swing on his web and how much force would superman need to use to leap a building in a single bound.