New Page Up at Boston Metaphysical Society!

What’s in the message to Samuel? Read on to find out!

I also had the pleasure of interviewing Jim Kersey, a fan art contributor and the writer/artist of Amok Bros. Please read more about him over at Fanboy Comics: Jim Kersey Interview.

And if you really love steampunk, then I’d suggest you check out my review of the new steampunk comic, Lantern City from BOOM! Now I know Lantern City has been bouncing around as a potential TV series for a while, but the creators decided it was time to adapt it into a twelve issue series. Good for us!

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And last but not least, my Alma Mater, UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, spotlighted the comic in this interview of me. Go Bruins! You can read it here: UCLA Interview

UPCOMING EVENTS

Kickstarter Class For Independent Creators – The next class will be held on May 16 at 2:30 p.m (Special Time) at Pulp Fiction Books and Comics in Culver City. Class will cover, PR, social media, pre-launch strategy, creating your Kickstarter page and unraveling those reward tiers. Sign up by emailing Mike at pulpfictiononline@hotmail.com. Cost is $40 for about 2 1/2 hours of class time.

Starting in June, I will also be teaching at the class at Collector’s Paradise. First class there will be on Saturday, June 27 at 1:00 p.m. Address: 7131 Winnetka Ave., Winnetka, CA. Sign up by emailing me at bostonmetaphysical@gmail.com.  Still a low $40 for about 2 ½ hours of class time.

Clockwork Alchemy – May 22, 23 & 24. This is the steampunk half of Fanime in San Jose. So if you are attending Fanime, your badge will get you into Clockwork Alchemy over at the DoubleTree near the airport.  There is a special Author Salon with readings, writing panels and much more.  Steampunk attire not required, but always encouraged.

Phoenix Comic Con – May 28-31. This will be my first time at the Phoenix Comic Con and I’m really looking forward to it. More on that later.