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Emerald City Comic-Con 2013 is upon us once again and we have all sorts of attractions and goodies to delight any comics reader. What kind of goodies, you ask? How does an ECCC 2013 exclusive variant cover of Helheim #1 by the talented Chuck BB sound? Maybe, the Scott Pilgrim V2 Collector’s Edition is more your style. That will be there too! Also, don’t miss your chance to purchase the recently released all-ages titles Mermin, Glitter Kiss and Sketch Monsters V2.
That’s not all! Stop by panel room 3AB, SATURDAY AT 6pm, for the RevolutiONIze Comics Panel. Join Oni Press Editor in Chief James Lucas Jones as he presents a whirlwind of talented creators, sneak previews, and the announcement of a new floppy series! This interactive panel will have some of the hottest names in comics right before your eyes, discussing their books and answering audience questions. Creators in attendance: Cullen Bunn (The Sixth Gun, Helheim), Brian Hurtt (The Sixth Gun, The Damned), Joëlle Jones (Helheim, You Have Killed Me) & Charles Soule (Strongman, Strange Attractors). All panel attendees will receive high fives and comics!
Below you will find our creators in attendance along with their signing times:
Jamie S. Rich: All weekend
Joëlle Jones: All weekend
Joshua Williamson: All weekend
Vinny Navarrete: All weekend
Joe Harris: Fri. 4:00-5:45pm & Sat. 1:00-2:45pm
Tyler Crook: Fri. 4:00-5:45pm & Sun. 4:00-5:45pm
Monica Gallagher: Fri. 4:00-5:45pm & Sun. 12:00-1:45pm
Chuck BB: Fri. 6:00-7:45pm & Sat. 5:00-6:45pm
Joey Weiser: Fri. 6:00-7:45pm & Sat. 5:00-6:45pm
Lars Brown: Sat. 11:00-12:45pm
Brendan Hay: Sat. 11:00-12:45pm
Chris Schweizer: Sat. 1:00-2:45pm & Sun. 10:00-11:45am
Jackie Lewis: Sat. 1:00-2:45pm
Cullen Bunn: Sat. 3:00-4:45pm & Sun. 2:00-3:45pm
Brian Hurtt: Sat. 3:00-4:45pm & Sun. 4:00-5:45pm
Brian Churilla: Sat. 3:00-4:45pm & Sun. 2:00-3:45pm
Bill Crabtree: Sat. 3:00-4:45pm & Sun. 2:00-3:45pm
Ray Fawkes: Sat. 5:00-6:45pm & Sun. 4:00-5:45pm
Matthew Southworth: Sun. 10:00-11:45am
Justin Greenwood: Sun. 12:00-1:45pm
COURTNEY CRUMRIN #8
Writer/Artist: Ted Naifeh
Colorist: Warren Wucinich
Genre: Horror / Fantasy
Age Rating: All Ages
Format: Standard, Full-Color
Page Count: 32
UPC: 649856 00034 7 00811
Diamond Code: OCT121159
While Calpurnia holds off Aloysius, Courtney escapes and heads to the Twilight Kingdom to find the brother Aloysius left behind so many years ago. The council, meanwhile, is on the verge of repealing the laws of magic – a decision that would prove catastrophic to both worlds.
Oni Press, Inc internships are unpaid and last for three months. They are only offered to individuals age 18 and over who have completed high school (or equivalent). As this is an educational experience we do put preference on those intending to take the internship for course credit.
An intern interacts with every department of the company but will also choose a focus department they desire more knowledge about. These focuses are:
-We teach you specific details about editing sequential art including comic coverage, story development, copy editing, book mapping, and proofing.
Sales & Marketing
-We teach you specific details to the sales and marketing of a title including generating models, convention planning, creator signings, sales analysis, and developing marketing plans.
Please note that we are unable to offer Design & Production internships for 2013.
Who We’re Looking For
We’re looking for those eager in learning the ins and outs of publishing creator-owned graphic novels. Those with a passion for working to help creative people succeed are encouraged to apply. While individuals looking to “break-in” to the comics industry as a writer or artist are not necessarily barred from applying, the skills we teach are geared toward those who work WITH creators in the comics industry not AS one. However, if you are a creator that desires to learn how the publishing side operates to help you with your career in the industry and are not looking for a backdoor to pitching we equally encourage you to apply.
Duties & Expectations
As an intern you will initially work closely with general operations of the company and segue into a more involved training with your focus department. General learning experiences will include interdepartmental workflow, office phone etiquette, shipping/receiving, assessing workloads, and tracking resources.
Since the internship is primarily an educational experience, it is unpaid. You will be required to be on site for training at least 14 hours (roughly two days) a week. Pending your schedule we may permit more time for additional training opportunities.
We highly encourage those already enrolled in a technical or academic institution to apply for our internship. You will be responsible for supplying us official documentation of enrollment and advance notice of any paperwork, reports, or forms we may need to complete.
We currently have internships during the following periods:
February through April
June through August
Sept through November
When applying your application should include the following:
-An Introductory Letter
-Briefly introduce yourself, your interests, explain why you’re applying, what your three favorite Oni titles are, and your contact information.
-A Resume or Curriculum Vitae
-Be thorough, we want to make sure we don’t spend time teaching you skills you already know and help you further develop the ones you already have.
-Your Chosen Focus and Why
-Briefly explain which department you wish to focus on and why.
-Your Favorite Comics and Why the Comics Industry
-Tell us your favorite comics and why you are interested in gaining experience and an education about the comics industry.
-A Professional or Academic Reference and their Contact Info
-Please make sure they are notified that we may be contacting them.
-Course Credit Information
-Let us know if you intend to take the internship for credit and if so what we will be required to supply to your institution as a result.
These submissions are only accepted via email and only through the firstname.lastname@example.org email address.
Thank you! We look forward to working to give you a better understanding of the creator owned graphic novel industry.
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