I will be exhibiting at the Alternative Press Expo (APE) 2012 on October 13-14 at the Concourse Exhibition Hall. I will be sharing the table (#410) with the talented creator of MythTickle, Justin Thompson. I will also be teaching a fun free hour long workshop on Sat Oct 13, see more info below.
When: Saturday October 13 / 11am – 7pm
Sunday October 14 / 11am – 6pm
635 8th Street
Transportation: There will be FREE Shuttle Bus,Caltrain (Townsend St., near Warm Planet Bikes), Westfield Shopping Centre (5th Ave., near valet, servicing the Powell St. BART station), and the Civic Center BART station (Hyde St. side of SF Public Library at Grove).
Cost: BADGES / $10 single day / $15 both days
Free Admission with Paid Adult Comic-Con 2012 Badge
Free Admission for Retailers with Current Store Business Card
WORKSHOP SAT OCT 13,2012
12:00 Creating Unique Fantastical Characters—Brian Kolm (Snownan the Brave, Beyond the Great Chimney, Cartoon Boot Camp at the Cartoon Art Museum) offers a hands-on workshop featuring exercises that will help you create fantastical characters using symbols, shapes, reference, and experimentation.
APE, the Alternative Press Expo, returns to San Francisco on October 13 and 14 at the Concourse Exhibition Center, 635 8th Street. Coming off its biggest year ever in 2011, with a larger Exhibit Hall, additional programming tracks, and attendance topping 5,500, APE is one of the must-attend comics events of the year. You can purchase badges in advance for APE 2012! Click here for details.
Featured guests at APE 2012 include Sergio Aragonés (MAD magazine, Groo the Wanderer) in his first-ever APE appearance; Eric Drooker (Flood, Blood Song); all three Hernandez Brothers in celebration of the 30th anniversary of Love & Rockets, Gilbert, Jaime, and Mario; Ben Katchor (Julius Knipl, The Cardboard Valise), Miriam Libicki (jobnik!); and Jim Woodring (Jim, Weathercraft). All of these superstar comics creators will be featured in programs and will be signing all weekend long.
APE presents the very best in alternative, small press, and self-published comics, with an Exhibit Hall packed with cutting-edge creators. This year’s Exhibit Hall features over 400 exhibitors, including some of the biggest indie comics publishers (SLG, Fantagraphics, Drawn and Quarterly, Top Shelf, Last Gasp, and many more), plus artists and DIY creators showcasing their comics, books, zines, original art, hand-made items, and much more.