BAR HARBOR COMIC CON
Saturday, May 4th 2019
Bar Harbor Comic Con Vol.3
Featuring artists, authors, gamers, cosplay, & more!
Date: Saturday, May 4th 2019
Time: 10:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Location: Atlantic Oceanside & Event Center 119 Eden Street Route 3, Bar Harbor, Maine
Event Schedule and Guest list TBA.
Featuring special guest panels, gaming, and cosplay competition & more.
More to come true believers!
*Guest line up subject to change. Follow along on Facebook for the most up to date info.
Rick Parker is an American artist, writer, and cartoonist whose humorous artwork has appeared in The New York Times, The Village Voice, Time magazine, U.S. News & World Report, Life magazine, and millions of Marvel comic books. Parker was one of the four original artists of The Pekar Project which brought the writing of the American autobiographical comics pioneer Harvey Pekar to the web. He is widely known as the artist of MTV's Beavis and Butt-Head comic book, published by Marvel from 1994 to 1996. Rick has been letter for many popular Marvel Titles including Spider-Man, Alpha Flight, ROM, G.I.Joe. and more! He wrote and illustrated his own graphic novel, Deadboy in 2010. Rick also drew the introductory pages of Tales from the Crypt for Papercutz from 2007 to 2009. Parker has illustrated a series of graphic novel parodies (written by Stefan Petrucha) for Papercutz Slices (Papercutz) — titles include Diary of a Stinky Dead Kid, Harry Potty and The Deathly Boring, Breaking Down (a parody of the Twilight series), Percy Jerkson and The Ovolactovegetarians The Hunger Pains, and the Farting Dead.
Lisa Trusiani is an established writer and storyboard artist of both comic books and comic strips. She has written more than 100 comic books for Marvel Comics. Lisa was the assistant editor at Marvel and was the writer of Barbie when she first became a comic book character. Lisa served in a full-time, onsite editorial capacity from 1988 to 1990 for the Marvel/STAR Comics imprint, including these licensed properties: Alf, Bullwinkle and Rocky, Camp Candy, Care Bears, Count Duckula, Fraggle Rock, Heathcliff, Heathcliff Funhouse, Madballs, Muppet Babies, Police Academy, and The Flinstone Kids, plus Marvel's original Fighting American, and Damage Control. She also wrote Apartment 3-G for ten years --a weekly and Sunday newspaper strip which was syndicated by King Features.
Paul Pelletier is from Lewiston Maine and began work as a professional comic artist in the late 1980s. His first work appeared in Cosmic Steller Rebellers (hammac publications) and Wayward warrior (hammac Publications) later in Zen: Intergalactic Ninja! He has worked for renowned comics publishers DC Comics and Marvel Comics as well as for the now out of business Cross Generation Entertainment. His portfolio includes stints as regular artist or guest artist on such series as Darkstars, Flash, Green Lantern, Guy Gardner, Legion of Super-Heroes, Outsiders, Superboy and the Ravers, Superman, Superman: The Man of Steel, Titans, She-Hulk, Fantastic Four, Exiles, Negation and Negation War. On top of that Pelletier has drawn special projects such as the mini-series Green Lantern/ Sentinel: Heart of Darkness or the One-shots Flash: Secret Files, Green Lantern: Secret Files and President Luthor Secret Files.
One of his most recent project was over 20 years in the making with Apha Productions Task Force Alpha: Forged in Fire Special Edition. Pelletier was one of the regular artists on Aquaman during DC's New 52, Titans, and currently works on Batgirl. He is most notably known for his work on Marvel Comics miniseries War of Kings with the "Guardians of the Galaxy" and "Fall of the Hulks"
Paul will be on the con floor to chat, sign books, and he will have a selection of original art from many of the titles he has worked on recently.
Find a hand knit geeky hat, comic, or rare collectible you have been looking for!
Northeast Collectibles - Connect with them for toys, comics, video games, and more. They have An Online Toy, comic and gaming store located in the Brewer Area.