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San Diego Comic Con 2008

Thursday, July 17th, 2008 by James Andrew Clark

Dial R Studios (booth 2306) returns to Comic-Con International with four new books! The following titles are set to debut at the show: The Path to Armageddon trade paperback, Billy Banes # 1, and two special convention exclusive books: HoCal: The Collected Webcomics, and The Guns of Shadow Valley.

Dial R creators in attendance include James Andrew Clark, Pat Loika, Chris Maze, Barry Miller, and Dave Wachter. Pat, Chris, and Dave will be sketching during the show. The studio is also raffling away a Nintendo DS Lite at their booth. Be sure stop by for a chance to win!

We sold out at SDCC!

Tuesday, July 29th, 2008 by James Andrew Clark

That’s right — we sold out of our preview book at SDCC this year! Response to the book was really good and we had lots of positive feedback. People seemed to really like the art and the landscape design of the book.

More details to come soon.

Emerald City Comicon

Friday, March 27th, 2009 by Dave Wachter


I’ll be at the Emerald City Comicon in Seattle April 4-5. I’ll be selling copies of the The Guns of Shadow Valley preview edition, Tell Them Johnny Wadd is Here, the Scar Tissue trade paperback, art prints, and more. I’ll also be accepting a limited number of sketch commission requests to be completed at the show. If you’re attending the convention, be sure to stop by table K-9 in Artist Alley!

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Heroes Con 2009 Report

Wednesday, June 24th, 2009 by Dave Wachter

It’s Tuesday as I write this, I got home after a long drive last night, the con has been over for two days, but I’m still feeling it’s affects. This was my first venture to Charlotte and the Heroes Convention. I had heard many great things about this show, my expectations were high, and I was not disappointed. This is a really great show. You can see all my pics from the show on my flickr account. (more…)

Chicago Comic Con 09 report pt 2

Tuesday, August 11th, 2009 by Dave Wachter

I can’t visit Chicago without having some of that delicious deep dish! After the show, I traveled with Andy, Pat, the effervescent Brian Defferding, his girlfriend and friend(sorry, names are escaping me, you know who you are!), to Gino’s East, my preferred pizza joint when at this show. They tell us the wait is 40-60 minutes but 10 short minutes later and we’re at the table. Pat is intolerant of the tasty deep dish, but Andy and I split a pepperoni supreme and it was delicious. The company was good, Brian and his friends were a nice addition and they had some fun stories to tell. Then on to the Hyatt. One great thing about having the show up by O’Hare Airport in Rosemont is that there is pretty much only one place that everyone goes to for after dinner festivities, so we can all rub elbows together. I meet lots of folks at the show floor but I also make many new friends after hours. Sometimes I’m stunned by how many people I didn’t see at the “Red Bar’, as it’s called , and then the next day, tell me they were in attendance all night! The theme for that night at the Hyatt: Kindergarten Teachers are Slu-huuts!! (you have to say it out loud.) If you want to know the full story, go ask Zack Kruse or Andy. (more…)