Writer of the upcoming Superman/Shazam – The Return Of Black Adam direct-to-video release Michael Jelenic takes a spin in the interview seat during his recent visit to the CBR Tiki Room.
Joining Jonah Weiland in the CBR Tiki Room is none other than animation god Bruce Timm to talk about All Star Superman. Check back later for more behind the scenes photos from this year’s New York Comic Con!
Before leaving Meltdown the entire Archaia team gets together for a group photo! From left to right: Tim Beedle,Jeremy Love, Red Fraggle, Karen Prell, Dave Lanphear, and Stephen Christy!
Writer Sam Humphries, artist Jeremy Love and Red Fraggle herself Karen Prell sign their free comic at Meltdown Comics!
Red Fraggle brought up some comic book fans to sing the Fraggle Rock theme song at Meltdown Comics
Archaia’s own Stephen Christy shows off some new copies of the Fraggle Rock poster that sold out at C2E2 earlier this year!
At Meltdown Comic writer Sam Humphries and artist Jeremy Love sign posters and Archaia’s Fraggle Rock/Mouse Guard Free Comic!
Red Fraggle taking pictures with fan at Meltdown Comics!
Doctor Who comic book writer Tony Lee and artist Matthew Dow Smith pose with their editor at the Gallifrey One convention in Los Angeles where they announced the end of the ongoing Doctor Who series with issue #16 to regenerate with a new number one, and a new Doctor, this December! For more news on this and other announcements IDW made at Gallifrey one keep your eye on the CBR home page.
Jennifer Love Hewitt signs copies of her new IDW book “The Music Box” at Meltdown Comics.
Jennifer Love Hewitt shows off issue #1 of “The Music Box” available now on iTunes and fine comic book stores everywhere.
Jason Mewes (“Chasing Amy,” “Mallrats”) takes a break from picking up his comics and poses with Golden Apple’s own Ryan Liebowitz.
Damon Lindelof poses with Earth-2 owners Carr D’Angelo and Jud Myers at the end of an amazing event!
Lindelof signs one of the first posters ABC did for “Lost” with “Live Together, Die Alone!!!” aimed firmly at Dominic Monaghan’s character Charlie, who died at the end of the third season.
A fan brings in the poster for the IMAX version of J.J. Abram’s “Star Trek,” which Lindelof was a producer on, for Damon to sign.
The rain has stopped pouring at Earth-2 comics in Sherman Oaks but the fans have continued to come pouring in for over the last hour as Lindelof takes time to talk to every single fan about the show, about their favorite characters and giving a few hints about the upcoming season.
While signing, Lindelof told fans a story about how, before Season 2 of “Lost” came out, he was signing a woman’s Season 1 DVD set and the woman asked him what was really behind The Hatch. He told her he would write the answer on the DVD and wrote that it was a man who pushes a button every 108 minutes. The woman looked at her DVDs and, upon reading it, went “pfft” without knowing that she indeed had the answer right in front of her.
Damon Lindelof with Steve, an artistic “Lost” fan, who had Damon sign a painting he did of what was on the wall beneath The Hatch. When asked how long it took him to paint, Steve said “somewhere from 8 to 15 hours.”
Damon Lindelof says hello the fans at his first ever signing at Earth-2 in Sherman Oaks, CA. Lindelof introduced his mother to the crowd, who was just off the plane from New Jersey, and thanked the fans for waiting through what he referred to jokingly as the “lull” between issues two and three.