Friday, December 6, 2013
Denver Comic Con 2014: Guest Announcement #3
Last year George Perez was at Denver Comic Con and we are proud to announce that he will also be at next years event. I am sure you have seen his work at some point, but if you are not familiar with his work right off the bat he has worked many things that you should be familiar with. He has worked on so many legendary comic books that its hard to say what some of his best work is. His work includes but is not limited to: Crisis on Infinite Earths, Infinity Gauntlet, Justice League of America, The Avengers, The Avengers vs Justice League of America, The New Teen Titans, War of the Gods, and Wonder Woman. George has always been an inspiration to fans and people everywhere. Not only does he do great things for his fans, but he also does wonderful things for the community and other comic book creators. He is currently a board member at a great organization called The Hero Initiative. This makes it possible for comic book creators to have emergency money for medical funds or anything else when they get in a tough situation. We love the idea of creators being taken care of when there is an emergency situation and we think its great that Perez contributes as a board member. We cannot wait to see George Perez again this year at Denver Comic Con 2014.
Denver Comic Con has also announced another amazing comic book artist, Georges Jeanty. Jeanty is an Eisner winner and also known for one of the greatest selling comic book artists from New York Times. He is most known for his work in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but he is also known for his artistry on: Deadpool, Gambit, The American Way, The Last X-Man, and Weapon X. He will also be working on the new Serenity series that was announced at NYCC this year. We can't wait for this series and to see Jeanty's work in the series. Jeanty is such an awesome addition to the guest list and we can't wait to see him at Denver Comic Con 2014.
Denver Comic Con not only holds one of the best cons in the nation, but there are also some great benefits
when you attend. The main benefit in going to Denver Comic Con is the proceeds go to Comic Book Classroom, a literacy program for kids. Not only will you be attending one of the best cons in the nation, but you will also be contributing to what matters the most, our kids and future kids. Comic Book Classroom has excellent panels and activities throughout the con, and we felt like all 4 of our tickets were easily paid for in the activities the kids participated in. If you have kids, not only will they have a great time seeing some of their favorite celebrities, but they also get the enjoyment of participating in so many kids activities. There are even several panels for the kiddos on how to make their own comics, and they also will get the fun joy in making comics of their own. Even if you don't have kids, you have the excitement of attending one of the best cons in the nation and also getting the joy of contributing to little ones while you are doing it. Comic Book Classroom arranges excellent after school programs at various schools across the state to help kids learn how to read, write, and write their own comics. For more information on Comic Book Classroom please be sure to visit their website and Facebook page. They also have excellent pamphlets you can print from DCC's website. Please come and join us for all the excitement at Denver Comic Con next year and contribute to children just by attending. Stay tuned for more guest announcements this year, and please make sure you subscribe to Denver Comic Con's newsletter.
Blog written by: Geeking 4 Everyone
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