NY COMIC BOOK MARKETPLACE EVENT MARCH 1 EXPANDS GUEST LIST, PROGRAMMING... show more
NY COMIC BOOK MARKETPLACE EVENT MARCH 1 EXPANDS GUEST LIST, PROGRAMMING
We are just one week away from Mike Carbonaro's fourth annual New York Comic Book Marketplace, and things are falling into position. Comics, pop culture, zombies, and pro wrestling will be the big focus this year! The event will be held on Saturday, March 1, at the Hotel New Yorker, 481 Eighth Avenue at 34th Street, New York, New York 10001 http://www.nycbm/com
The most noticeable feature of this event will be the dealer room. Hundreds of tables will be crammed with comic book, from the oldest and most valuable, to the newest and most exciting, and my great deals on everything in between! There will also be toys, posters, videos, memorabilia, original arts, and all manner of amazing things that the collector of pop culture will want.
Do you have a collection you want to sell? Turn your comics into cash! The nation's top buyers of comics and collectibles will be there to appraise collections and pay cash on the spot!
The guest list of comic book professionals is headed by legendary artists and writers Jim Steranko, George Perez, Neal Adams, Ken Bald, Rich Buckler, Herb Trimpe, Bill Tucci, Jim Salicrup, and Danny Fingeroth. Other guest, inclde mainstream professionals and talented up-and-coming independents such as Ken Kelly, Brad Abraham, Scott Ambruson, Craig "Old School" Blake, Dennis Calero, John Cebollero, Eric Cooper, Guy Dorian, Ian Dorian, Dave Fox, Jason Grossman, Brian Kong, Mike Lilly, Salvatore Lo Medico, Moe Murdock, Rich Perrotta, David Quiles, Jason Quinones, Rodney Ramos, Lisa Stein, The Jelly Empire, Lori Esposito, and Jerome Walford.
This event will host the debut screening of episode 10 of the hit webseries â€œZombie Hunters: City of the Dead, and appearances by the filmmakers and several of the series' stars. There will also be spectial zombie-themed programming before the screening.
The worlds of pro wrestling, combat sports,a d martial arts will be well represented by ECW wrestling legends Roadkill and The Sandman, women's welterweight boxing champion Mia St. John, Demetiau Angelo of the Urban Action Showcase, and famous martial arts writer and filmmaker Ric Meyers.
Pop culture celebrities will include Johnny Brennan (creator of the Jerkey Boys and the voice of Mort Goldman on â€œFamily Guyâ€), actor Scott Schiaffo (â€œClerksâ€), Larry Kenney )cartoon voice-over actor from â€œThundercatsâ€ and â€œThe Family Guyâ€ and celebrity voice impersonator on the Imus in the Morning radio show), and Kathy Garver (Cissy from â€œFamily Affairâ€ and the voice of Firestar in â€œSpider-Man and his Amazing Friendsâ€).
Of course no comic book convention is complete without a costume contest, and this will be no exception, with both one for children and one for all-agers, with fabulous prized. The costume contests will be hosted by Captain Zorikh, well known for bringing the most fun costume contests on the East Coast.
There are sure to be more exciting updates coming as the convention approaches. Get your tickets now and be sure not to miss a minute of it!
The New York Comic Book Marketplace will be held at the Hoel New Yorker, 481 Eighth Avenue, New York, New York 10001, from 10 AM â€“ 6 PM, with special ear;y admission at 9 AM. Tickets are currently $15 for regular admission, $30 for VIP early admission.
Check out the website at htp://www.nycbm.com for more details and latest updates, or find the NYCBM on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/nycbm.
Dealer inquiries and general questions about NYCBM: Mike Carbonaro firstname.lastname@example.org 201-892-1212
Artist table and costume contest inquiries: Captain Zorikh email@example.com show less
Join us for a benefit "Great Catsby"-themed evening of Roaring 20's fun to celebrate the Gifford Cat Shelter's 130th Anniversary. It will be the Cat's Meow, with hors d'oeuvres, cocktails, music, dancing and a fabulous Live... show more
Join us for a benefit "Great Catsby"-themed evening of Roaring 20's fun to celebrate the Gifford Cat Shelter's 130th Anniversary. It will be the Cat's Meow, with hors d'oeuvres, cocktails, music, dancing and a fabulous Live and Silent Auction featuring Red Sox tickets with Private Box, a Red Sox Scorecard signed by Jerry Trupiano for the 2004 World Series win, a week's stay in Orlando with Disney passes, artisan arts and crafts, and gift cards, baskets and items galore! Attire is dressy casual but feel free to embrace the 1920's theme with festive attire if you choose!
For tickets and further information, please visit our website http://www.giffordcatshelter.org/
All proceeds will benefit the cats at the Ellen M. Gifford Cat Shelter, the oldest cageless, no-kill shelter in the U.S. Today the shelter specializes in providing a safe, stimulating environment for homeless cats while seeking permanent loving homes.
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