The Alamo Comic Con 2014 is just days away, September 26th-28th; we are excited to be bringing the “Goldilocks In ZombieLand” #1 Alamo Comic Con Variant by Joshua C. Lyman and the debut of “Goldilocks In ZombieLand” #2 for the first time anywhere will feature a variant by Eddie Nunez. Be sure to meet the artists behind these awesome Alamo City Comic Con variant editions.
Joshua C. Lyman is a Austin, Texas freelance cartoonist, illustrator, and comic artist who is not only a fan favorite at Texas comic book conventions but also around the country. Joshua is known for his various art styles and his imaginative concepts of melding characters and genres together such as his popular Jack Skeleton Spider-Man; in addition in the past Joshua was known for his wide range of mini cards that featured many comic book and movie characters.
Joshua was generous with his time to create a “Goldilocks In ZombieLand” #1 Alamo City Comic Con variant cover; this cover will only be available during the convention and will be limited to only 75 copies during the convention. In addition Comic Book Divas will also have a variation of the same Joshua C. Lyman cover at the Comic Book Divas Publishing table with a limit of only 25 copies.
Joshua will be located next to the Comic Book Divas Publishing table located at C81-C83, across from Neal Adams and David Finch. nr sure yo have him sign your “Goldilocks In ZombieLand” #1 variant, and don’t miss out on having Josh draw a one of a kind commission or pickup some great prints.
Eddie Nunez has worked at Wildstorm and has worked on the DC Universe Online and the Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters video games. Prior to Eddie’s experience in concept and cinematic artwork, like the one he did for The Man of Steel video game, he worked on a few comics- such as Lois Lane and the Resistance, Deadpool, Ame-Comi, Ben-10, and Fanboys vs Zombies. Eddie is currently working on a book for Line Forge Comics. But when not working, Eddie’s time is spent enjoying flatland nature while sipping on a hot cup of coffee
Eddie Nunez was nice enough to lend his pencils to a very special “Goldilocks In ZombieLand” #2 Alamo City Comic Con sketch cover variant cover. these will be limited to only 75 copies, once these are gone there won’t be anymore so be sure to get your copy. Comic Book Divas Publishing will also have a variation of the same Eddie Nunez cover at the Comic Book Divas Publishing table with a limit of only 25 copies.
Be sure to take your “Goldilocks In ZombieLand” #2 variant cover to Eddie at table B32 and have him sign your copy, also be sure to pickup some awesome artwork or prints from this talented artist.
Jeff Balke is a fan favorite and Eagle Award-winning freelance colorist who has worked for such companies as Wildstorm. Jeff Balke is also the creator of the very popular “Sketch Coloring”‘ Jeff Balke is also the creator and writer of the very popular comic book series “Urban Legends”
Jeff Balke will also be available to color the “Goldilocks In ZombieLand” #2 Alamo Comic Con sketch cover by Eddie Nunez; take the comic by Jeff Balk’s table and have him add his unique color vision to the cover to help make it a truly one of a kind variant.
Be sure to take your copy of “Goldilocks In ZombieLand” #2 to Jeff Balke and let him add some color to your cover, and be sure to pickup a “Sketch Coloring” piece or take your penciled work by to have Jeff color your artwork.
Comic Book Divas Publishing is excited to now offer Nora Tarr’s “Deidre Dark’s Delightful Dolls” as the newest digital download available in the Comic Book Divas Store. Be sure to download your copy of this wicked tale of a woman scorned.
Art and Colors by Ben Carbonero
“The Devil is always in the Details. What a talent, to be able to see the real person slinking around inside the human shell.
Best not let Deidre be the dealer of your cards at the next game. When she sees the unpleasantness that is within, that is when the delicious fun begins.
Deidre Dark’s Delightful Dolls, a tale of those that can see, hear and smell a rat.
Some of us say that revenge is a dish best served cold, but with Deidre, you might say it is one just served best. Looks can be deceiving and that goes both ways. Remember, never judge a book by its cover –some of us already know what is inside and the rest of us will just have to wait and see.”