Groot vs Groo by @Johnnymattwood
Gamora by Chris Rich-McKelvey
This one’s a bit bustier than Zoe Saldana, but that’s okay, right?
Iceman by Karl Kerschl
Ready for some more Trial of Jean Grey?
Supergirl by Ian Churchill
I picked this up from Churchill at the Dallas SciFi Expo. It was a turnaround of the Pre-Crisis Supergirl that he did for DC.
Me and @KarenGillan2
I know this is a Tumblr for my art, but I met Karen Gillan yesterday!
Emerald City Comicon is proud to present an official Carol Corps Celebration event with Kelly Sue DeConnick, G. Willow Wilson, and Christopher Sebela at the Museum of Flight in Seattle, Thursday, March 27th from 7pm to 10pm.
Ticket holders will have the opportunity to meet awesome featured guests, mingle with them and each other, socialize, and enjoy the main exhibits in the Museum of Flight. Light hors d’oeuvres, desserts, and beverages will be provided. Tickets also guarantee all-day access to the Museum of Flight (during regular business hours of 10am to 5pm).
This event is designed to celebrate Captain Marvel and Ms. Marvel and connect fans of those comics with their creators. Cosplay, demonstrations of creativity, and enthusiasm are highly encouraged.
ECCC has partnered with We Love Fine to produce an exclusive “Captain Marvel at the Museum of Flight” t-shirt, available for purchase at the event or during ticket purchase. ECCC has also partnered with TopatoCo to provide an exclusive Carol Corps patch with art by Kate Leth (Kate or Die!, Adventure Time with Fionna & Cake) only available to the Carol Corps Celebration event attendees.
Kelly Sue DeConnick is the writer behind the current Captain Marvel comic, as well as Pretty Deadly, Avengers Assemble, and Ghost. G. Willow Wilson is the writer for the new Ms. Marvel comic, in addition to work on All New Marvel Now! Point One, The Unexpected, and Mystic. Christopher Sebela has also written for Captain Marvel, as well as High Crimes, Ghost and Fantastic Four.
All proceeds for this event will be donated to the Girls Leadership Institute (http://www.girlsleadershipinstitute.org/).
This event is open to people aged 16 and over. Tickets to Emerald City Comicon are NOT REQUIRED in order to attend this event. Tickets to the Carol Corps Celebration do not allow access in to Emerald City Comicon. This is separately ticketed event from the convention itself. Alcoholic beverages will be available at a cash bar for attendees 21+.
Buy tickets here: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/575473
I am so there
Is this still cool for casual comics/relative newbies, because this sounds fun.
Well yeah, definitely! It’ll make the event more special for you if you read a couple issues of Kelly Sue’s Captain Marvel, but if you’re a casual fan that’s totally okay. It will be a welcoming and fun environment! Do you like planes? There will be lots of planes to look at, too.
Oh, tickets have been purchased!