Wednesday, July 31, 2013

LCX LA: Eric Esquivel, Anita Mejia, Ozi Magana, ILLEGAL SUPERHEROES and FOREVER FRESHMEN

Appearing at the upcoming LATINO COMICS EXPO LOS ANGELES 2013

Eric M. Esquivel, a writer who work has been published by Moonstone Books, Fiction House Mafia & Big Dog Ink. His current work includes writing the hit BOOM! Studios series THE FREELANCERS.


Anita Mejia Unfortunately, Anita has had to cancel this year. Sorry about that. But we look forward to having her join us at our next Expo.



Ray Medivil and Neil Segura, writer and artist, respectively, are the creators of the all-ages comic book FOREVER FRESHMEN.



Ozi MagaƱa, Bay Area artist who work spans illustration, painting and sculpture.



Neil Rivas, Oakland photographer and artist. Creator of the ILLEGAL SUPERHEROES project.


The Latino Comics Expo Los Angeles will be held the weekend of August 17 & 18 at the Museum of Latin American Art. The event runs from 11am-5pm, both days.

In addition to the exhibit hall featuring over 50 cartoonists, writers, illustrators, zine makers, book vendors and more, the Expo will feature 2 days of panels and children's workshops (on Sunday).

MOLAA is located at 628 Alamitos Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90802. Admission to the Museum grants you entry to the Expo. 

General Admission    $ 9.00
Seniors    $ 6.00
Students    $ 6.00
MOLAA Members    FREE
Children under 12 years    FREE
Free Admission on Sunday

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

LCX LA: Raul Aguirre Jr., J. Gonzo, Jim Lujan & Liz Mayorga

Appearing at the upcoming LATINO COMICS EXPO LOS ANGELES 2013

Raul Aguirre Jr., a veteran animation professional in film and television (Walt Disney Studios, FOX Animation), also produces fine art for gallery shows, and comics. He's the host of the podcast MAN Vs ART.


J. Gonzo, creator the masked luchador comic book series LA MANO DEL DESTINO. Gonzo also runs his own design studio where he provides services in illustration, design work, tattoos and more.


Jim Lujan, award-winning filmmaker with dozens of cartoon movies to his credit. This Fall, Jim's MASTERFREAK THEATRE animated series will be seen on Direct TV, Dish Network and other stations.



Liz Mayorga is a writer and illustrator. She's produced a number of zines, her most recent being MONSTROUS LOVE STORIES. Liz is also the Co-Director of the San Francisco Zine Fest.


The Latino Comics Expo Los Angeles will be held the weekend of August 17 & 18 at the Museum of Latin American Art. The event runs from 11am-5pm, both days.

In addition to the exhibit hall featuring over 50 cartoonists, writers, illustrators, zine makers, book vendors and more, the Expo will feature 2 days of panels and children's workshops (on Sunday).

MOLAA is located at 628 Alamitos Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90802. Admission to the Museum grants you entry to the Expo. 

General Admission    $ 9.00
Seniors    $ 6.00
Students    $ 6.00
MOLAA Members    FREE
Children under 12 years    FREE
Free Admission on Sunday


Monday, July 29, 2013

LCX LA: Ricardo Delgado, Rafael Navarro, Jules Rivera & Octavio Rodriguez

Appearing at the upcoming LATINO COMICS EXPO LOS ANGELES 2013

Ricardo Delgado, veteran storyboard & development artist (Men in Black, The Incredibles, WALL-E, X-Men Origins: Wolverine) as well as the creator of the Dark Horse Comics series AGE OF REPTILES.


Rafael Navarro, storyboard artist and creator of the Xeric-Award winning SONAMBULO comic book, as well as cover artist and contributor of THE NEW ADVENTURES OF THE HUMAN FLY #1. Rafael also provided the artwork for the LCX LA 2013 poster.

  
Jules Rivera, freelance illustrator (ComixTribe and Action Lab Entertainment) and creator of the comics VALKYRIE SQUADRON and MISFORTUNE HIGH.  



 
Octavio Rodriguez, Pixar story artist (worked on Monsters University and currently on Dia de Los Muertos). Octavio has also contributed to the new comics anthology CHILDHOOD HEROES.



The Latino Comics Expo Los Angeles will be held the weekend of August 17 & 18 at the Museum of Latin American Art. The event runs from 11am-5pm, both days.

In addition to the exhibit hall featuring over 50 cartoonists, writers, illustrators, zine makers, book vendors and more, the Expo will feature 2 days of panels and children's workshops (on Sunday).

MOLAA is located at 628 Alamitos Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90802. Admission to the Museum grants you entry to the Expo. 

General Admission    $ 9.00
Seniors    $ 6.00
Students    $ 6.00
MOLAA Members    FREE
Children under 12 years    FREE
Free Admission on Sunday


Thursday, July 25, 2013

Latino Comics Expo artists interviewed on PRI's The World

Monica Cambell, reporter for the The World, visited the Latino Comics Expo San Francisco this past June and interviewed several of the artists. You can listen to the interview here: 

Visit THE WORLD's site for her written report and a slideshow of images from the show.