Patrick Rieger and Mark Wilson have been hard at work on issue 4 of “How I Spent My Summer Invasion”, and it is now available for digital download.
This weekend, March 29th through 31st is WonderCon Anaheim, the official kick off to WE Comics’ 2013 Convention Season. Come visit us at booth SP-48 in the small press area to get your comics. We will have copies of Jimmy Brass, Triage and Summer Invasion.
In addition, we will be premiering for the first time, issues 2 and 3 of How I Spent My Summer Invasion. To celebrate the release of issues 2 and 3, we’ll have the creators of How I Spent My Summer Invasion, Patrick Rieger and Mark Wilson, joining us at the booth to sign your books. Patrick will be signing at the booth on Friday, and Mark will be there sketching your favorite aliens on Friday and Saturday!
So come down to Anaheim and say hi!
That’s right! Issues 1, 2 and 3 of How I Spent My Summer Invasion are now available! You can buy the digital copies in our store now. The print copies will be available at all our upcomign events!
Speaking of upcoming events, we have three events coming in March!
March 2nd – The Nerdy Birdy Arts and Crafts Show
Noon til 4pm
Steampunk Coffee Bar + Kitchen – 12526 Burbank Boulevard, North Hollywood, California 91607
Artist Mark Wilson will be on hand sketching and signing books!
March 9th – The DollFace Dames Present ‘From Geek To Chic’- A Burlesque Show and Mini-Con
9pm til 12am
Magicopolis – 1418 Fourth Street, Santa Monica, California 90401
March 29th – 31st WonderCon Anaheim
All Weekend - Stay tuned for more details!
“Hide and Eeek: Park 2″ The conclusion of the “Hide and Eeek” storyline. Tim, Russ, and Elly must find a way to keep La Galatique hidden from the police, or else they risk starting an intergalactic war!
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Patrick and Mark are hard at work on How I Spent My Summer Invasion issue 3, but wanted to share a little something with the fans. So here is a 5-page preview of issue 3.
Mairghread Scott (Transformers Prime: Rage of the Dinobots) and Jason Enright (WE Comics, Archaia Entertainment) have returned home to Dearborn from sunny Los Angeles. On Wednesday, January 2nd, Green Brain comics will be hosting a comic book signing and Q&A Session from 4pm to 7pm at their store located at 13210 Michigan Avenue, Dearborn, Michigan, 48126.
Join us to check out our independent comics including two wonderful all-ages books, How I Spent My Summer Invasion, Jimmy Brass, Second Grade Detective, and our female-led superhero book, Triage, as well as the newest issue of Mairghread’s book Transformers Prime: Rage of the Dinobots.
Green Brain Comics is a family owned and operated comic book store located in the real motor city, Dearborn, Michigan that has something for everybody. With a clean well-lit atmosphere, excellent customer service and the most diverse selection of mainstream and small press comics in the Metro Detroit area, you will find out why they have earned multiple awards including being voted “Best Comic Store” by Metro Times readers four years in a row.
Jason Enright and Mairghread Scott are comic book professionals living in Los Angeles, California but their hearts never left their hometown of Dearborn, Michigan. Mairghread is a screenwriter by day working in animated television on shows like Transformers Prime and Rescue Bots, and by night she writes comics and fights crime. Jason Enright recently graduated from the internship program at Archaia Entertainment, where he focused on marketing new graphic novels. He also reviews comics and graphic novels for Fanboy Comics. Together they have created WE Comics, an independent publishing house that produces new comics titles that are specifically designed for readers of all-ages and female comic readers.
We’re proud to announce that we will be holding a signing for our new books at Golden Apple Comics in Los Angeles! Join us on Wednesday November 14th, 2012 from 10am to 1pm to get all the hottest comics of the week plus try out our new books.
The creators of ‘Jimmy Brass Second, Grade Detective’ will be on hand solving mysteries, signing books, and sketching Jimmy and Opal for you. Plus Mark Wilson, Illustrator of ‘How I Spent My Summer Invasion’ will be creating new aliens on our special sketch covers for issue 1.
Where: Golden Apple Comics, 7018 Melrose Avenue, South East corner of Melrose and La Brea
When: Wednesday, November 14th from 11am to 1pm.
Who: Jake Dickerman, Jason Pruett, Mark Wilson, and Jason Enright will be signing books, sketching, and answering questions.
What: Signing and Meet & Greet with WE Comics!
Why: Because we are awesome!
Cost: Comic issues range from $3 – $4 dollars each, sketches and autographs are free!
Don’t Miss out!
WE Comics will be joining Fanboy Comics at Booth 1008 at Long Beach Comic Con this Weekend! Come on by and visit to get your copies of Jimmy Brass Second Grade Detective, How I Spent My Summer Invasion, and Triage. We’ll also have posters and T-shirts for sale.
In addition, you will not want to miss the Super Indie Comic Book Creation Panel taking place on Sunday at 12 p.m. in Room 103AB, where LA-based independent comic book creators will discuss their own experiences in self-publishing, providing sage advice for creators interested in doing the same. The panelists will include Fanboy Comics Creative Director Sam Rhodes (Something Animal), Sebastian Kadlecik, Lindsay Calhoon, and John Bring (Penguins vs. Possums), Kristopher White (The 36) and WE Comics’ Mairghread Scott (Triage, Transformers Prime); the panel will be moderated by WE Comics Editor-in-Chief Jason Enright.
Don’t miss out on all the fun!
Here’s an excerpt:
“Overall these two creators take readers on a journey that will make them laugh and have fun as they read.”
“In this first of a two-part story arc, the boys are under pressure as new character Elly Lennox is determined to prove that aliens are going to take over the Earth. She brings her police officer mom into the picture, causing zaniness of higher calbre than status quo. All-ages and very family-friendly, this brightly full coloured ongoing series is a big fat dose of holy smokes.”