Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Photos from the Mini Comic-Con at The Loft Cinema

Posted By on Tue, Mar 25, 2014 at 11:39 AM

 

Tucson Comic-Con isn't for another eight months, and some of us can't wait that long. The Loft Cinema and I organized a special screening of The Image Revolution. The film was debuted at the Amazing Arizona Comic-Con and Tucson is the second city to have public showing. Before the movie started I thought it would be a good idea to invite anyone that made and sold comics in Tucson for a special gathering and appreciation for the literary art form. 

Theres are some local artists, writers, curators and fans that keep comics alive and well:

click to enlarge All the art on the tables are by local creators. - PHOTO BY HENRY BARAJAS.
  • Photo by Henry Barajas.
  • All the art on the tables are by local creators.


click to enlarge Local SPX make-up artist Talia Lopez (left) and Jenn Corella (right) is one of the few working local female comic book creators. - PHOTO BY HENRY BARAJAS.
  • Photo by Henry Barajas.
  • Local SPX make-up artist Talia Lopez (left) and Jenn Corella (right) is one of the few working local female comic book creators.

click to enlarge Ross Demma the creator of Asbestos. - PHOTO BY HENRY BARAJAS
  • Photo by Henry Barajas
  • Ross Demma the creator of Asbestos.

click to enlarge Photographer/artist Jenn Hopkins (left) and Heroes and Villains' Cynthia Gerriets. - PHOTO BY HENRY BARAJAS
  • Photo by Henry Barajas
  • Photographer/artist Jenn Hopkins (left) and Heroes and Villains' Cynthia Gerriets.


click to enlarge PHOTO BY HENRY BARAJAS.
  • Photo by Henry Barajas.

click to enlarge Weekly cartoonist Arnie Bermudez and Mitch Moen. - PHOTO BY HENRY BARAJAS.
  • Photo by Henry Barajas.
  • Weekly cartoonist Arnie Bermudez and Mitch Moen.

click to enlarge Cynthia was dressed as Lying Cat. - PHOTO BY HENRY BARAJAS.
  • Photo by Henry Barajas.
  • Cynthia was dressed as Lying Cat.

click to enlarge Creators of "Orbital Decay" Mike Esham and Jacob Breckenridge pitching their book to a comic fan. - PHOTO BY HENRY BARAJAS.
  • Photo by Henry Barajas.
  • Creators of "Orbital Decay" Mike Esham and Jacob Breckenridge pitching their book to a comic fan.

click to enlarge Eddy the Mummy, Wendy van L and Danny Martin. - PHOTO BY HENRY BARAJAS
  • Photo by Henry Barajas
  • Eddy the Mummy, Wendy van L and Danny Martin.

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