Monday, October 31, 2011

Five Star Comics News

Second Print Run for Five Star Comics #1

The first print run of Five Star Comics #1 is nearly gone! That's why we have decided to make a second print run with even more copies than the first. Five Star Comics #1 will be available at all of our events next year, and by the beginning of the convention season, it will be joined by a second issue, Five Star Comics #2, featuring Larry Blake's new character, Missile, Matt Marshall's updated Black Bat, plus two Lady Lucks for the price of one, drawn by Gary Gibeaut.

Five Star Comics #1 Reviewed on YouTube

Steve Keeter has reviewed Five Star Comics #1 on his semi-regular YouTube comic book review feature, "Classic Comics Man." He also reviewed the first issue of Paper & Ink, a brochure of comic book news and reviews by Steve Shipley. Paper & Ink #1 includes a profile of Five Star creator Larry Blake and a review of Lucky Girl #1 by Terence Hanley. Mr. Keeter posted his video on October 9. You can see the video by following this link. As for Paper and Ink: true to its title, it appears only on paper and ink and is available by writing to Steve Shipley at 1825 Eastgate, Toledo, OH 43614.

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Lexington Comic and Toy Convention On Its Way

The first Lexington Comic and Toy Convention is set for Saturday, March 24, 2012. The convention website is up and the countdown is on. Five Star Comics creator Terence Hanley is on board as one of the artists. As the date approaches, we'll have more information.

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Sunday, October 30, 2011

Larry Blake at Columbus Record, CD, & Music Memorabilia Show

Larry Blake will be on hand to sell music memorabilia and original art at the Columbus Record, CD, & Music Memorabilia Show in Columbus, Ohio, on Saturday, November 12, 2011. The hours for the one-day show are 10 a.m to 4 p.m.; the venue is the Haimerl Center, 1421 Morse Road, Columbus, OH 43229. As anyone acquainted with Larry knows, he had been a music fan since the glory days of the 1960s and has contributed to fanzines and other magazines for decades. KISS is one of his favorites and specialties. Be sure to stop by and say hi.

You can read more about the show at its Facebook page, here.

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