It’s the start of the 40th annual Comfest, Columbus’ long-running community festival.
Comfest is the largest all-volunteer run community festival in the US. 3 days. 6 stages. Hundreds of bands. Hundreds of vendors. Food. Fun. And it’s all outdoors, and all FREE!
For the 8th year, I will have a booth, selling copies of my comics and graphic novels, as well as the PANEL Collective anthologies and books. Hope to see some of you there!
Wrapping up our look at 90s indie powerhouse Caliber Press, here’s one of their most successful and enduring publications:
The Crow was written and drawn by Detroit native James O’Barr, first published in 1989, and became a pop culture phenomena. To date, there have been 4 movies, a TV series, and novels based on the character, not to mention numerous comic book series from Kitchen Sink, Image, and now IDW. And, Hollywood being what it is, there’s a “reboot/remake” movie in the works as well.