Here’s four places you can find me in the near future (if you look carefully)!
WonderCon. Anaheim, CA March 31st-April 2nd.
I’ll be in the Artist Alley and will magically appear on panels listed below. http://www.comic-con.org/wca/2017/special-guests
FRIDAY March 31:
3:00-4:00 Guest Spotlight: Comics Drawing Party with Dave Roman & his Mom!
Join author & illustrator Dave Roman (Astronaut Academy, Goosebumps, Teen Boat!) as he teams up with his mom, Miriam (who has never been to a comic convention and is scared to even draw a stick figure), and several audience members to make completely improvised comics. Expect lots of embarrassing stories, crazy characters, and hilarious twists and turns! Room 211
SUNDAY April 2nd:
1:00p.m. – 2:00p.m. Capable Kids. Age is no barrier to the intrepid adventurers in works by participants Judd Winick (Hilo), Hope Larson (Compass South), Tania del Rio (Warren the 13th and the Whispering Woods), Jonathan Stokes (Addison Cooke and the Treasure of the Incas), and Dave Roman (The Race for Boatlantis). Moderated by Judy Neeb, Children’s Librarian, County of Los Angeles Public Library. Room 209
Battle of the Books Celebration, Carroll County, MD April 4th. All-ages literary event held at Winters Mill High School Open to the public, featuring myself and Kate Hannigan (The Detective’s Assistant) along with free refreshments (the best kind)! https://library.carr.org/programs/program.asp?record=41832&datenumber=68144
DINK! Independent Comics Expo. Denver, CO April 8th-9th.
I’ll be hosting a cartoon character workshop and appearing on a panel called Not Just For Kids. Creating Comics For All-Ages. http://dinkdenver.com/
Free Comic Book Day at Bedrock City Comics. Houston Texas. I’ll be signing books and doing lots of free sketches in the early afternoon. Swing by and get some free comics! http://www.bedrockcity.com/content/50/Calendar/
Gaithersburg Book Festival. Gaithersburg, MD May 2oth.
I’ll be hosting a panel about the Science Comics series from First Second books and co-hosting a character workshop with my buddy Alexis Frederick-Frost (Adventures in Cartooning). http://www.gaithersburgbookfestival.org/featured-authors-2/featured-authors/
Sincerest thanks to everyone who has taken time out of their day to read Starbunny, Inc. I can never express how grateful I am to you. This comic has been a labor of love from start to finish and it is bittersweet to have reached the end of Blue’s story. Hopefully, the Starbunny world will continue! I’m not sure how just yet…but check back for additional drawings, fan art, videos and process stuff. And check out my website Yaytime.com and social media @yaytime for any news about future comic projects. I hope you’ll come along for future adventures.
Dear readers, please forgive the brief pause in the story. I need to take some time away from the drawing desk, but promise Starbunny will continue with Page 116 on Wednesday, June 15th. Sincerest thanks for your understanding and continued support. It means the world to me.
Did you know there are Starbunny T-shirts available? Check out the store page!
I’m so sorry there’s no Starbunny page this week! Needed to take some personal time, but I promise to have a new page ready by next Wednesday! Thanks for reading!
Sorry for the brief hiatus. I’ve been busy adapting R.L._Stine’s “Night of the Living Dummy” as a comic for Scholastic Graphix! It will be published just before the release of the Goosebumps movie (starring Jack Black), in which Slappy is the main villain! Drawing creepy ventriloquist dummies is hard work, and that means I’ve fallen a bit behind schedule. You can read more about over on my website.
I’m wrapping things up next week and promise to have the next page of Starbunny Inc. up on March 4th, and will try my best to get back into a weekly schedule after that.
And if you live in the SoCal area, Raina Telgemeier and I will be appearing at Once Upon a Time bookstore in Montrose, California on March 12th. Stop by and say hello!