[Event] The Latino Comics Expo 2014
The Latino Comics Expo is the country’s first comics convention dedicated to showcasing Latino creators and Latino-themed works The Expo will be held the weekend of October 11 & 12 at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library on the campus of San José State University. The event runs on Saturday from 10am-6pm and on Sunday from 1pm-6pm. Admission to the Expo is free.
In addition to our two exhibit rooms featuring cartoonists, writers, illustrators, zine makers, book vendors and more, the Expo will feature 2 days of panels, presentations and children’s workshops. We have been covering the event over the last few months. Since the beginning of the year the Expo has been non-stop making what seems to be almost weekly papalist and workshop annulments. Below are just some of the most recent announced participates.
Gabrielle Gamboa is a cartoonist and art instructor who this year has work in three books by Rob Kirby: Pratfall, NoMe and Double Nickels on the Dime, as well as a story in the anthology Henry & Glenn Forever and Ever. Gabby has attended every Latino Comics Expo since the very first one back in 2011. Like in previous years She is set to conduct the children’s art workshop.
Connect with Gabrielle Gamboa via her BLOG
Grasiela Rodriguez is the founder of Not Your Friend Comic Books. She’s a graphic artist, illustrator and independent animator, and she’ll be debuting her new comic “What Is And What Should Never Be”, the second issue of her Lunatic Fringe series.
Connect with Grasiela Rodriguez via her BLOG
Gilbert Armendariz is a graphic artist and cartoonist who publishes under his imprint NDVR Comicsand experiments with digital animation. Gilbert is to bring his experience to the Latino Comics Expo 2014. He’ll be bringing his comix and prints to event.
Connect with Gilbert Armendariz via his BLOG