The new Vertigo editorial team took Seattle’s Emerald City Comic Con by storm over the weekend. The team held informal pitch and portfolio review sessions during the famed indie-focused comic show. Artist Janet K Lee and writer Asher Powell left lasting impressions on the team and were assigned to upcoming projects on the spot.
Vertigo debuted amazing new art at their Emerald City Comic Con panel today! The panel was moderated by the talented Bill Willingham (FABLES) and Vertigo's Executive Editor, Shelly Bond. Panelists included Amy Chu, Kurt Busiek, Jeremy Haun, Gail Simone, Tim Seeley and Marley Zarcone.
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If you’re planning on hitting Seattle for Emerald City Comic Con, you’re in luck; so are DC COMICS and VERTIGO!
We’ve got a great schedule of panels this weekend with some of the best talent and moderators around! Here’s the schedule:
Friday, March 27
12:00-1:00pm Vertigo: New Blood
Moderators: Bill Willingham and Shelly Bond
Location: Hall C, TCC 301
Talent: Amy Chu, Kurt Busiek, Jeremy Haun, Tim Seeley, Gail Simone, Marley Zarcone
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