Wednesday, March 28, 2012

I'm very excited still :D

Supanova hits Melbourne and the Gold Coast in April- What an awesome line up. One of my all time favourite comic writers, Brian Michael Bendis! Pachero! Jim Kelly from one of my all-time favourite films "Enter The Dragon" :D And awesome guys hitting it big in the states like Colin Wilson, Tom Taylor, Tristan Jones, Billy Tan, good mate Stewart McKenny, Jeffrey Cruz, and my personal friend and collaborator on Dr. Nikola vs Soldier: Chris Sequeira

This official blurb form the website. I'm very excited and very humbled by the calibre of guests at this:

"Paul Mason is a comic-book artist and writer, and creator of ‘The Soldier Legacy’, an Australian action-hero comic series now published by one of Australia’s largest independent comic book publishers, Black House Comics (and BHC will issue a trade paperback of the series this year).

In late 2011 Paul’s comic featured as part of a nationally televised commercial campaign for Youi Insurance (an event that captured the notice of comics fans internationally). The popularity of the Soldier legacy doesn’t appear to know any bounds, as Paul has also had comic-book pages feature in a Griffith University art exhibition in Gympie, and pages were also shortlisted and on display at the 5th Jilin International Animation and Comics exhibition in China 2011.

In addition, Paul illustrated the Soldier character for Supanova’s 2011 “Tides of Hope” anthology, and is currently illustrating and co-plotting a “The Soldier Legacy” cross-over story within the pages of “Dark Detective: Sherlock Holmes”, scripted and co-plotted by Christopher Sequeira.

In the story, serialized in Dark Detective throughout the first half of 2012, Victorian super-villain Doctor Nikola will come face to face with the 1887 version of the Soldier Legacy, in newsagents across the country!

Paul is also looking forward to another collaboration with Sequeira and Black House on the upcoming ‘Black House Comics Presents’, but mum’s the word on the exact details right now – you’ll have to ask him at Supanova!

Paul looks forward to seeing all his fans at The Supanova Expos in Melbourne and the Gold Coast, where he will be appearing both days of each event Between 10 am and 5 pm"

Anyway, too tired to think, have another page to fiddle with before 4am :)

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