Maggie Thompson reminds us of the importance of comics shops and how they came to be an integral part of the comics distribution system.
Let's start November off with a bang and our first special guests announcement for WonderCon Anaheim 2018, to be held March 23–25 at the Anaheim Convention Center!
When it comes to Returning Registration technical requirements there’s no dumb questions, despite what Dorothy may say.
Bid on a pair Comic-Con 2018 4-Day badges with Preview Night! All proceeds go directly to UNICEF USA, a non-profit organization that provides rapid lifesaving emergency relief.
The Assistant to Professor Toucan is an expert in three things … beets, Battlestar Galactica, and registration codes. He’s here to guide us through why you need the latter to succeed in Returning Registration.
It's time to start thinking about WonderCon Anaheim 2018, to be held March 23–25 at the Anaheim Convention Center ... And what better way to do that than with a look back at this year's great event, with a massive photo gallery!
Just in time for Halloween, Katie Cook shows us how to draw a mummy (roll of toilet paper for wrapping optional).
You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers! Let Professor Toucan guide you through our latest version of Comic-Con Returning Registration frequently asked questions.
Join Eleven, Mike, Lucas, and Dustin on a campaign to obtain Comic-Con badges on October 28, 2017!
Marc Bernardin talks about who has the right to write cultural and ethnic characters and stories in comics.
October brings some mysterious and magical readings to our various book club branches!
If Professor Toucan’s calculations are correct, when this baby hits 88 miles per hour, you’re going to see some serious information about how to successfully participate in Returning Registration!
Steve Lieber returns with some advice for first-time comics writers from a seasoned artist!
Online professional badge registration will open Wednesday, October 11, 2017. Let's huddle up and go over the most important questions!
Maggie Thompson continues to write about "stuff," this time with a closer look at fanzines and their origins in the worlds of science fiction and comics.
Katie Cook draws ice cream. Not just ice cream, FANCY ice cream. With a cat.
Every writer needs feedback and most are asked to give it in return. Marc Bernardin has some hints on what to look for and what to give back.
Professor Toucan here with an urgent warning! Deadline approaching! Deadline approaching! Pull up a chair and settle in for an informational FAQ (and how to!) about the child-to-junior badge validation process.
It's September, which means it's time for more Comic-Con International Graphic Novel Book Club book reports!
And then there were 6! Comic-Con adds a new Graphic Novel Book Club at the Escondido Public Library in October ... see how you can be a part of it!
Maggie Thompson talks about STUFF. Call it a collection, or a "five-dumpster" house, it all comes down to one thing: Stuff.
Jack Kirby, the King of Comics, was born on this day in 1917! We've uploaded the entire 60-page Kirby Centennial section from this year's Comic-Con Souvenir Book, including some new pages featuring rare Kirby art created exclusively for Comic-Con, to celebrate!
Katie Cook returns after our July Comic-Con break with a new tutorial, featuring the proverbial 2 peas in a pod!
Marc Bernardin returns to tell us about his experiences at Comic-Con 2017 and how they differed from previous years.
After all the excitement of Comic-Con, our Graphic Novel Book Clubs met to discuss 6 new books in early August!
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