Saturday, October 10, 2015

Halloween Comicfest 2015 & Action Lab!

This halloween Comicfest is going to be bigger and better than ever before. Not only are we having our Costume Contest, Pumpkin Carving Contest and FREE Halloween Comics for kids and adults alike, but we have some special guests coming down to sign and sell their books. So mark your calendar and come down to meet them  -- this October 31 -- from 11am-3pm.

Dave Dwonch has been a comics writer and artist producing indie titles for over a decade. In 2010 he founded Action Lab Entertainment with fellow indie mavericks and, as Creative Director for Action Lab, helped produce several of their titles including the Eisner nominated series Princeless. Recently he penned several titles, most notably Vamplets (with Gayle "My Little Pony" Middleton), Ghost Town, and CBR's Top 100 of 2013 series Double Jumpers.


Super Ugly is an artist who specializes in Childrens Book Illustration. He has published two books "Monsters Are Just Like Us" (Action Lab) and "I Love You To The Moon and Back" (Baby Sock).  Super Ugly has shown in galleries nationwide and has traveled the country selling art at comic conventions. Also in a musical group, Unified School District, who released four albums and a 12inch single, as well as touring extensively, and in 2008, were invited to play in Santiago, Chile. He has also appeared on the G4 network (Attack of the Show), Travel Channel (Toy Hunters), as well as being interviewed on The Simpsons 20th anniversary special. See more Superugly at Thesuperugly.com or @superugly on Instagram



Brian Hess has worked as an illustrator in a wide range of fields including television, mobile games, and comic books. His previous employment includes Noggin, Thrasher Magazine, Zynga, TinyCo., and most currently Action Lab Comics, where he is the co-creator of the new all ages title "Awake". In his free time, Brian works as a freelance artist as well as complete personal projects, like his two comic book titles. Originally from Walnut Creek, he moved to San Francisco to attend art school, and still lives here with his wife and son.