Santa Fe Comic Con, Oct 21-23

Some welcome time here at home before hitting the convention trail again. First stop,.. Santa Fe Comic Con, October 21-23, at the Buffalo Thunder Resort and Casino. I'll be seeing Santa Fe for the first time!

John Beatty will be joining me in Santa Fe so don't forget your Captain America, Secret Wars, Punisher, and G. I. Joe issues for both of us to sign. We'll have the usual array of prints, specialty books, and maybe even time for a sketch or two(?). Keep up with new guest announcements, special programming, and ticket availability on their website or on their Facebook page. See you there.

AsiaPOP memories...

Some photos from the AsiaPOP Comic Con. Mostly gathered from the internet though, since I was so busy all weekend and barely had a chance to get up and take any myself. Busy in a good way though. Great show and great fans in Manila!

Come see me at Buffalo Comicon!

I'll be at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center this coming weekend, Saturday the 17th (10-7) and Sunday the 18th (10-6). Check out the Buffalo Comicon website here or by clicking the image below for their guest list, location, and ticketing information. Hope to see you there!

Here's a reminder of my upcoming shows. Still may add at least one or more to my latter year schedule? Check back here for updates.

See you in San Fran!

Back from Manila in just enough time to repack and head for San Francisco Comic Con (September 2-4). Hope to see you there. Just look for the jet-lagged guy with toothpicks holding his eyes open!

Don't forget to bring your Secret Wars issues because I'll be joined by Jim Shooter, John Beatty and Bob Layton!! Click the image below or here to visit the website for location and full guest information.

Buffalo Comicon added to my September schedule...

Look for me at the Niagara Convention Center, September 17th and 18th along with Steve Rude,  Mike Grell, Graham Nolan, and a bunch of other talented artists and celebs.  Click here for the full guest list and other convention information. 

Enjoying some down time leading up to the APCC convention here in the Philippines. A view of the koi ponds,..  part of the Greenbelt Shops across from my hotel here in Makati. 

AsiaPOP updates...

Just days away from my Philippine Islands vacation and less than a month away from AsiaPOP Manila 2016 (Aug 26-28). Looking forward to sharing floor space at the SMX Convention Center with this talented group...

Keep up with the latest guest announcements and other AsiaPOP news on their Facebook page or their website or better yet, buy a ticket and join in on the fun! Hope to see some of you there. And if I'm a little bit "off the grid" during the month of August, you'll know why :-)

Update your bookmarks...

If you have my site bookmarked, you may need to replace it or edit it. My own bookmark and probably most that were created at the other site had the "index.html" appended to my domain. That will still point over to this site but give an error message on this current home page.

So either just generate a new bookmark here or make sure your current bookmark contains only my domain name... http://www.mikezeck.com

Thanks, -Mike-

Convention update...

To my friends on the other side of the planet,.. "I'm headed your way!"

I'll be vacationing in the Philippines for much of August and have accepted an invitation to appear at the AsiaPOP Comic Con in Manila before heading back to the states.

August 26, 27, & 28 are the dates. Looking forward to being in the Philippines again and having the chance to mix it up with the Pinoy komiks community while I'm there. 

No time to rest or to recover from jet lag when I return. I'll need to turn around and head for the San Francisco Comic Con over the Labor Day weekend! San Fran finally gets a major show again thanks to the fine folks at Imaginarium.

My current convention commitments for the second half of this year are listed below. I'll likely add some events to the list so check back here for updates. See you on the show floor this fall.

Welcome...

...to my new (and easier to manage I hope) web home. I'm adding "custom websites building" to my growing list of retired duties. Too difficult at a "hobby" level to keep a custom site up to date, mobile responsive, etc. so I'll let Squarespace worry about that and maybe free me up to post content more regularly.

I figure it'll be a work in progress for a bit while I dicker with the layout and how much or how little I want to put inside galleries but if updates are easier/more frequent, worth it I think.