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FEAR AND LOATHING ON THE ROAD: Artist Troy Little’s Signing Tour!

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It’s here! After great anticipation and a sell-out early launch at New York Comic-Con, Troy Little‘s stunning graphic novel adaptation of Hunter S. Thompson’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas hits comic shops everywhere this week.

But how to promote this full-color monument to American ingenuity? For guidance, we turned to the words of Thompson himself: “If a thing like this is worth doing at all, it’s worth doing right… We’d be fools not to ride this strange torpedo all the way out to the end.” So the only way to handle a book like this, we felt, was to dress up like human peacocks and get crazy, then screech off across the desert and hold some signings.

We’ll be replicating, as closely as possible, the actual journey depicted in the book — drinks at the Polo Lounge in Beverly Hills, driving through the California desert in a convertible, and searching for the American Dream on the Las Vegas Strip. But instead of a briefcase of intoxicants, Troy will be loaded with art supplies, so he can document the experience in comics form as we go. So what are you waiting for? “Buy the ticket, take the ride!”[/twocol_one] [twocol_one_last]

10/28 • City Cinema (Charlottetown, PE)
10/30-11/1 • Hal-Con (Halifax, NS)
11/6 • San Diego Comic Art Gallery (San Diego)
11/7 • Comickaze Comics & More (San Diego)
11/8 • Meltdown Comics (Los Angeles)
11/9 • The Polo Lounge (Los Angeles)
11/10 • Barnes & Noble (Santa Monica)
11/11 • Maximum Comics #1 (Southwest Las Vegas)
11/12 • Maximum Comics #2 (Henderson)
11/13 • Maximum Comics #3 (Northwest Las Vegas)
11/13 • Barnes & Noble (Northwest Las Vegas)
11/13 • Karaoke party @ Flex Cocktail Lounge (Las Vegas)

(watch this space for updates!)

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The San Diego Comic Art Gallery’s Online Store Is Now Open!

[twocol_one]Halloween is coming! And to celebrate SDCAG is releasing some exclusive spooktacular t-shirts! Available in both men and women’s size and in a few festive colors. Happy Haunting from SDCAG!

Available in both men’s and women’s sizes!


Check out our new Halloween themed t-shirts available in our online store!

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Visit The San Diego Comic Art Gallery During Comic-Con International 2015

[twocol_one]In one week’s time, San Diego, CA will once again shine as the capital of the pop culture world with plenty to do both in and around the San Diego Convention Center. And whether you have a Comic-Con 4-day pass or didn’t get a ticket at all this year, IDW Publishing would like to invite you to visit the San Diego Comics Art Gallery, San Diego’s only permanent gallery completely dedicated to sequential comic book art, for a truly unique comics experience during SDCC!

The SDCAG inaugural exhibition features the prolific work of San Diego resident Kevin Eastman, the co-creator of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Featuring numerous highlights from the very first Turtle sketch to the most recent comic book cover, fans get a first-hand look into the creation of a pop culture sensation. And as an added bonus, fans that pre-order select IDW SDCC exclusives on IDW’s webstore through this Friday, July 3 will be able to pick up them at the SDCAG starting Wednesday, July 8 through Monday, July 13.

In celebration of the biggest week in pop culture, the SDCAG will hold an Open House with extended hours on Wednesday, July 8 (Preview Night) and will be open Monday, July 13 for those that want one more day of comics fun.

Wednesday, July 8: 10am-11pm
Thursday, July 9: 10am-6pm
Friday, July 10: 10am-6pm
Saturday, July 11: 10am-6pm
Sunday, July 12: 10am-6pm
Monday, July 13: 10am-6pm

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The SDCAG is located in the NTC in Liberty Station, roughly 5 miles from the San Diego Convention Center.
2765 Truxtun Road – Barracks 3 – San Diego, CA 92106

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