Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Dark Horse Announces "Fight Club 2" Book Tour 2016 Featuring Chuck Palahniuk!

On June 28th, Dark Horse Comics will release the hardcover graphic novel of the full, 10-series run of Fight Club 2. And to mark this occasion, Chuck will be matching that number with a 10-city signing tour! This is Chuck’s first “signing tour” since Tell-All in 2010!

Each fan at an event will meet Chuck, have their copy of Fight Club 2 signed, and up to two backlist books/memorabilia signed as well. Not to mention a photo with Chuck! Before we post the dates though, we gotta set the rules out. After all, this is Fight Club, right?

· These FIGHT CLUB 2 appearances are signings ONLY.
· Chuck will not be performing or reading at any events.
· These are ticketed events and each ticket will include a copy of the FIGHT CLUB 2 hardcover ($29.99).
· Tickets must be purchased in order to join the signing line.
· In addition to FIGHT CLUB 2, Chuck will sign TWO other items (a piece of memorabilia or book).
· Chuck will happily pose for photos with fans.
· Line formation times will be posted at the links of each event location below.

Again: The above rules apply to all events below. Any further questions about specific locations, times, addresses, etc, should be sent directly to the venues below. Contact information should be provided. If it's not, it should be included on the links for each location.

Tuesday, June 28 – Seattle
4:00pm - Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 Tenth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
Store phone: 206-624-6600
*Tickets will go on-sale on May 6, 2016

Thursday, June 30 – San Francisco
4:00pm - The Booksmith
1644 Haight Street
San Francisco, CA 94117
Store phone: 415-863-8688
Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2546444

Saturday, July 2 – Los Angeles
3:00pm - Book Soup
8818 Sunset Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA 90069
Store phone: 310-659-3110
Tickets: http://www.booksoup.com/event/chuck-palahniuk-signs-fight-club-2-graphic-novel

Tuesday, July 5 – St. Louis
3:00pm - Left Bank Books
399 N. Euclid Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63108
Store phone: 314-367-6731
Tickets: left-bank.com/palahniuk

Thursday, July 7 – Ann Arbor
4:00pm - Nicola’s Books
2513 Jackson Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Store phone: 734-662-0600
Tickets: http://www.nicolasbooks.com/event/fight-club-2-chuck-palahniuk

Saturday, July 9 – Louisville
3:00pm - Carmichael’s Bookstore
2720 Frankfort Avenue
Louisville, KY 40206
Store phone: 502-896-6950
*Tickets will go on-sale on May 15, 2016

Monday, July 11 – New Orleans
5:00pm - Garden District Book Shop
2727 Prytania Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
Store phone: 504-895-2266
Updated Ticket LInk: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/chuck-palahniuk-booksigning-tickets-24981566538

Wednesday, July 13 – Durham, NC
4:00pm - Regulator Bookshop
720 Ninth Street
Durham, NC 27705
Store phone: 919-286-2700
Tickets: https://www.regulatorbookshop.com/event/chuck-palahniuk-fight-club-2-graphic-novel

Friday, July 15 – New York City
5:00pm - The Strand Bookstore
828 Broadway at 12th Street
New York, NY
Store phone: 212-473-1452

Sunday, July 17 – Boston
2:00pm - Brookline Booksmith
279 Harvard Street
Brookline, MA 02446
Store phone: 617-566-6660
​ Tickets: http://www.brooklinebooksmith.com/events/2016-06/chuck-palahniuk-fight-club-2/
*Tickets will go on-sale on May 4, 2016


Dark Horse Comics Press Release


Issue #127 is fast-tracked to a second printing
INVINCIBLE #127 by writer/co-creator Robert Kirkman (THE WALKING DEAD, OUTCAST BY KIRKMAN & AZACETA) and artist/co-creator Cory Walker is being fast-tracked to a second printing by Image/Skybound Entertainment in order to keep up with customer demand. The issue marked original series artist Walker’s long-awaited return and first full story arc since Ryan Ottley took up art for the book in 2004.


“MYTHIC is a joy to read.”—Rick Remender (LOW, TOKYO GHOST)
Eisner-nominated writer Phil Hester (Green Arrow, INVINCIBLE UNIVERSE) teams up with Eisner-winning artist John McCrea (Hitman, The Boys) for the fascinating folkloric fantasy MYTHIC TP, which collects issues #1-8 into trade paperback this June.

Monday, May 16, 2016


Emma Ríos (MIRROR, ISLAND) will release her dystopian tale I.D. in trade paperback this June.
I.D. analyzes the conflict between perception and identity through the struggle of three people who consider a “body transplant” as a solution to their lives.

The Foreigner Kickstarter 40 hours to Go!

It's hard to believe the time is finally here. The Foreigner Kickstarter campaign is off to a healthy start. Thanks to the generosity of my early supporters we've raised about one-third of the goal ($3,000)!. I'm excited to announce The Foreigner has been selected as one of Kickstarter's "Projects We Love."

HAUNTED MANSION #2 Scares Up a Second Printing This May!

Newest Disney Kingdoms Series Returns For Another Printing!
New York, NY—April 27th, 2016 — The world famous attraction returns to haunt comic shops once more! Marvel is pleased to announce that HAUNTED MANSION #2 has sold out at the distributor level (though copies may still be available at retail) and will immediately return for a second printing! The newest series in the Disney Kingdoms line brings the 999 happy haunts of the Haunted Mansion to (after)life like never before. Rising star creators Joshua Williamson and Jorge Coelho throw open the doors of the mansion and take you, dear reader, on a spine-tingling tour you won’t want to miss. Don’t believe us? The critics are already dying for this comic!

Reflection: NYCC Ticket Hunt

Last year, New York Comic Con 3-Day and 4-Day tickets were sold out the day it was released on their website. Basically, if your computer didn’t go through to beat the online traffic, you were out of luck. I was one of the unlucky ones. So, the next opportunity to acquire the tickets was at Special Edition: New York City, ReedPOPS’s comics focused convention.

Sunday, May 1, 2016

Cosplay is NOT Consent Includes Cosplayers Too

I’ve been contemplating for a few days now on whether or not I write about my Cosplay is not Consent experience. Should I write about what happened? Do I want to relive the unfortunate experience? Is it worth being told? Once I asked myself these questions, I realized that my experience should inform cosplayers that they are NOT an exception to the rule.