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Western Massachusetts Comic Book Show - May 29, 2022 - Greenfield, MA

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Confirmed Vendor List:
Buzz Comics (MA)
Fantasy Unlimited (NY)
Fanboy’s Comics (NY)
Oignucs Comics (RI)
Nationwide Comics (PA)
Amazing Comics (MA)
Enterprize Comics (NH)
NSB Comics (IL)
Holeymoleys (MA)
Supa Dan Comics (MA)
Too Sketchy Dudes (MA)
Tim’s Nephew’s Comics (NH)
His & Hers Comics (MA)

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Marcus McLaurin returns to the Western Massachusetts Comic Book Show! Marcus McLaurin is an American comic-book writer and editor best known for developing the landmark Marvel Comics limited series Marvels by Kurt Busiek and Alex Ross.

McLaurin studied art at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, before joining Marvel as an assistant editor. He rose to become a full editor working on the Epic Comics imprint and on other Marvel projects. These included Epic's various Alien Legion limited series, its "Heavy Hitters" line of action comics by Peter David, Howard Chaykin and others, and licensed titles such as the legendary manga Akira and filmmaker and fantasy novelist Clive Barker's Clive Barker's Night Breed and Hellraiser. He also edited the creatively daring Razorline imprint of superheroes created by Barker for Marvel.
McLaurin developed Marvels — a painted-art miniseries recounting the Marvel universe epic from the point of view of an Everyman not privy to the omniscient-view details given real-life comics readers — after its conception by comics newcomer Ross, a future industry superstar whom McLaurin worked with and encouraged. Teaming the artist with writer Busiek and shepherding it through Marvel as a prestige project, McLaurin saw Marvels win 1994 Harvey Awards for "Best Continuing or Limited Series", "Best Single Issue or Story" (issue #4), and "Excellence in Production/Presentation"; the graphic novel compilation released in 1995 won the following year's award for "Best Graphic Album of Previously Published Work". It won critical accolades in such mainstream magazines as Entertainment Weekly.

As a writer, McLaurin helmed the 18-issue run of the Luke Cage revival series Cage (1992-1993). He also wrote issues of The Punisher (1987-1995 series) and occasional features in Marvel Comics Presents.

The Western Massachusetts Comic Book Show is Sunday May 29th, 2022, 10AM-4PM at Hawks and Reed Performing Arts Center289 Main Street, Greenfield, MA 01301$5 entry (Kids 10 & under FREE with paid adult admission)
Thank you to our local sponsorsHis And Hers Comics



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C53D346A-A2E5-45D2-9F86-F53278A22AD8.thumb.jpeg.bfd3aad1d27280693a13610e57166976.jpegJim Lawson returns to the Western Massachusetts Comic Book Show! Born and raised in a tiny town in northwestern Connecticut, Jim Lawson always knew that he wanted to become an artist and that he had the hopeful, yet somewhat unrealistic goal for himself to make a living drawing pictures. After he graduated art school, a fortunate series of events came together that allowed him to be introduced to the creators of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles -  Kevin B. Eastman  and Peter Laird. That was the beginning of Jim’s career in comics, which now has spanned nearly 35 incredible years- 25 of them with Mirage Studios as a writer/artist on the original black and white Turtle comic. Since the end of his association with the TMNTs, Jim has pursued a solo freelance career. His many self-published works include among others, Paleo: Tales of the Late Cretaceous, A Walk Through Dinosaurland, Dragonfly, Dinosaur Head Cat and Jim Lawson’s Dinosaurs Coloring Book.

1E1FB981-2109-419D-AB5C-ADDD490E9658.thumb.jpeg.93a46c1bad76d43ef5059158963dd9a5.jpegCasey Coller returns to the Western Massachusetts Comic Book Show! Casey W. Coller is a professional illustrator best known for his work on Transformers comic books from IDW Publishing. He's done covers and/or interior art for various titles, including: Transformers: Ironhide, All Hail Megatron, Robots in Disguise, More Than Meets The Eye, Spotlights Drift, Beast Wars, Blurr and Cliffjumper, Optimus Prime and Lost Light. He has also done artwork for Hasbro, the Transformers Collector's Club Magazine, The Transformers Vault and the Covenant of Primus. His work spans several popular series including IDW’s My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, My Little Pony/Transformers: Friendship in Disguise, The Magic of Cybertron, Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers and more.

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90136845-B656-4943-B089-A09D90D8BDCB.thumb.jpeg.9bb511e3dd7bdcd7d146f83598d3ae74.jpegSteve Murphy returns to the Western Massachusetts Comic Book Show!Steve Murphy is a comic book writer whose work has been nominated for both the Harvey and Eisner Awards. He has written Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comics and animation, along with other projects designed for older readers. Rolling Stone magazine includes his The Puma Blues among its list of "the 50 greatest graphic novels of all time." He is currently writing his first non-fiction graphic novel in partnership with artist Andrew Del Valle.


We’re pleased to welcome writer/artist Rick Arthur to the Western Massachusetts Comic Book Show!
Rick loves drawing comics, is originally from the Albany, NY area, and is a 1986 graduate of the Joe Kubert School. He started working for Dragonlady Press doing production for comic strip collections by Alex Toth, Milton Caniff, and Roy Crane and went on to do cover art recreation for the Dark Knight Archives. After meeting Kevin B. Eastman and showing a portfolio at a comic con, Rick wrote and drew a story for Turtle Soup #1 and a double-size issue for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #44. A 2016 collaboration with his brother Doug produced the full-color science fiction graphic novel, We All Travel Time. He taught a for-credit class at the college level for five years called Comic Drawing and started his own media imprint, Billion Hero Studios. He is hard at work on a new graphic novel called The Spider and The Mountain as well as a prose YA novel.

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3CBF77F3-2EAA-4A0A-AB36-81B39B7CC8EF.thumb.jpeg.eb6d9b7ab7fc17e337b96054104f5520.jpegJack Purcell is an illustrator & educator based in Western Massachusetts. He is best known for his work on Batman and his creator owned graphic novel, Malice and Mistletoe. Jack's work can also be seen in many titles such as Green Arrow, Birds Of Prey, JSA, Guardians of the Galaxy, Batgirl, Blue Beetle, and Batwoman as well as work for Disney featuring Avengers, X-Men and Spider-Man. Jack works in the world of pro wrestling with companies like Luchawear and Blitzkrieg Pro. He is currently developing his next creator owned project, which he writes and illustrates, Alike.

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Michael Dooney returns to the Western Massachusetts Comic Book Show!
Michael Dooney is a comic book and cover artist and toy designer. Having worked extensively on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comics,video games and toys he currently splits his time between comic and cover projects as well as concept art for the toy and entertainment industry. Clients and projects include; TMNT, Gizmo, Star Wars, Star Trek, Harry Potter, GiJoe, Playmates, Hasbro, Lucas, IDW, Archie, and Zenescope.
The Western Massachusetts Comic Book Show is Sunday May 29th, 2022, 10AM-4PM at Hawks and Reed Performing Arts Center
289 Main Street, Greenfield, MA 01301
$5 entry (Kids 10 & under FREE with paid adult admission)
Thank you to our local sponsors
His And Hers Comics
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