Stephe and I will be attending the convention and will bring you updates leading up to the convention and then from the floor itself.
Three More Big Names Added To The Comic Convention!
Congers, NY (October 1st, 2008) – As the last Wizard World of the year draws closer, more and more big names are being added to the guest list. Terry Moore, Sean McKeever and Billy Tucci have all been added to the already impressive list of talent coming to Wizard World Texas.
Writer and artist Terry Moore rose to fame as the creator of the critically acclaimed and award-winning independent series Strangers in Paradise. He now publishes Echo through his own Abstract Studios and writes both Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane and Runaways for Marvel Comics.
Currently the writer of Teen Titans and the just launched mini-series Terror Titans for DC Comics, Sean McKeever has also handled the writing duties on Birds of Prey and Countdown. He first gained recognition with his work on Gravity, Sentinel and Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane for Marvel Comics.
Comic creators Terry Moore, Sean McKeever and Billy Tucci join Guest of Honor John Cassaday, Frank Cho, Ethan Van Sciver, Brian Azzarello and many more on the guest list for the convention. During their stay at the Arlington Convention Center, these three immense talents will be meeting and greeting their fans as well as being involved with a wide array of panels and once-in-a-lifetime programming events.
Be sure to go to www.wizardworld.com for updates about guests and programming and to save 20 percent off the price of tickets by ordering them online now. Wizard World, the largest family-friendly comics and pop culture convention in the United States, returns to Texas November 7-9 at the Arlington Convention Center.
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