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Great Barrington, MA: Keith Bendis at The Bookloft

The Bookloft 63 State Rd., Great Barrington

Acclaimed illustrator and cartoonist Keith Bendis will sign copies of his new book, Only The Good Stay Dead, at The Bookloft on Friday, August 6th, from 3-5pm EDT.

Los Angeles: Jaime Hernandez at Skylight Books

Skylight Books 1818 N Vermont Ave, Los Angeles

Jaime Hernandez will sign copies of his new art book, Queen of the Ring: Wrestling Drawings by Jaime Hernandez, at Skylight Books from 7-8:30pm PDT. Customers will be ask to mask when they approach the signing table, and social distance while in line.

Simon Hanselmann & Alex Graham: Crisis Zone Virtual Book Launch

Secret Headquarters 3817 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles

Join New York Times bestselling cartoonist Simon Hanselmann for a virtual book launch celebrating the release of his newest book, Crisis Zone! Simon will sit down with fellow serial cartoonist Alex Graham (Dog Biscuits) to discuss the ups and downs of cartooning through a global pandemic. Signed bookplate copies available to order via our virtual hosts, Secret Headquarters LA!   About the book: In March 2020, as the planet began to enter lockdown, Simon Hanselmann decided that what the world needed most was free, easily accessible entertainment, so he set out to make the greatest webcomic ever created! Crisis Zone‘s battle...

Seattle: Simon Hanselmann Crisis Zone Book Launch Party at Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery

Fantagraphics Bookstore and Gallery 1201 S Vale St, Seattle

  Join New York Times bestselling cartoonist Simon Hanselmann for a book launch party celebrating the release of his newest book, Crisis Zone! The evening will include live noise music, a book signing/meet and greet, free food and drink, and other surprises. Original art pages from the limited-edition Crisis Zone 2022 calendar will be on display in the gallery. Not to be missed! Saturday, August 28th 6-9pm at Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery!   About the book: In March 2020, as the planet began to enter lockdown, Simon Hanselmann decided that what the world needed most was free, easily accessible entertainment,...