rosecitycomiccon

rosecitycomiccon:

Another special guest announcement, featuring five comic book creators that will be joining us in Portland this September.

  • Bill Crabtree (Colorist on The Sixth Gun, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time, Uncanny, Mudman, Invincible, and Bad Medicine)
  • Sandy Jarrell (Artist for Batman ‘66, Solar: Man of the Atom, Unfair, Wasteland, and the upcoming Meteor Men) sandyjarrell
  • Matthew J. Fletcher (Matthew has been a sketch card artist for The Walking Dead Trading Cards, Series II, put out by Cryptozoic, as well as sketch cards for the Classic Mythology and Spellcasters trading card sets put out by Perna Studios) matthewjfletcher
  • Jen Van Meter (Writer for The Amazing Spider-Man, Savage Wolverine, Fantastic Four, Captain Marvel, Avengers Assemble, and more. Also writing the upcoming The Death-Defying Dr. Mirage comic) jenvanmeter
  • Leia Weathington (Writer and artist of The Legend of Bold Riley) boldriley

For our full guest list and tickets visit our website.

multiversitycomics

multiversitycomics:

by Matthew Meylikhov

Having previously worked together on “Batman ’66,” Jeff Parker and Sandy Jarrell have a new original graphic novel coming out this October. Entitled “Meteor Men,” the book stars young Alden Baylor, who finds himself at the center of a meeting between Earth and some alien…

mosaicrecords
mosaicrecords:

Louis 
Armstrong Birthday CelebrationEverything You Wanted to Know About Louis Armstrong ‘s West End Blues

“West End Blues” shall forever be remembered as the epic triumph of Louis Armstrong. How better than to really dig into the history of this tune and hear some different versions (including Bird’s 1949 quote of the Armstrong cadenza) from Ricky Riccardi’s Dippermouth blog?
-Scott Wenzel
Read About West End Blues…

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Louis Armstrong Birthday Celebration


Everything You Wanted to Know About Louis Armstrong ‘s West End Blues

“West End Blues” shall forever be remembered as the epic triumph of Louis Armstrong. How better than to really dig into the history of this tune and hear some different versions (including Bird’s 1949 quote of the Armstrong cadenza) from Ricky Riccardi’s Dippermouth blog?

-Scott Wenzel
Read About West End Blues

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