Come meet over a dozen local comic artists, writers, and illustrators, and makers! We’re welcoming special guest, local comics legend Peter Bagge (Fire!: The Zora Neale Hurston Story, Rebel Woman: The Margaret Sanger Story, Buddy Does Seattle).
Stay tuned to our social media (just search “Destiny City Comics”) for more guest announcements and updates.
Poster by Felicia Chang.
We’re hosting the Official Jet City Comic Show After Party at Alma Mater Tacoma on 1322 Fawcett Ave. We’ll be inviting local artists and other vendors to the Matriarch Lounge at Alma Mater. Meet up with friends and network with comic book and convention industry professionals.
Need more info? Don’t be afraid to chat us up about it at our booth at the show, located at Booth 308 on the map. Check out our wares and free swag!
Celebrate the release of Mortimer Megazine’s first issue all about Cults and Gangs! It features the art from a dark cabal of 13 notorious local artists:
Our second time at this fun annual street sale on Hilltop! We will be offering FREE COMICS and promo items while they last, kids comics, local art, and cool graphic novels.
From the official Facebook event: Close out summer on Hilltop with one last block party. This year, we show support for local vendors, artists, music and food with the 3rd Annual Hilltop Pop-Up Street Sale.
WHERE: Find the Pop-Up along South 10th St, by People’s Park, from MLK Jr Way towards M St!
WHEN: We’re open for biz from 11am until 3pm!
WHAT is the Hilltop Pop-Up Street Sale?
The Pop-Up is a free, open to the public, special community event to shine a light on local artisans, independent business, and regular folk. Every year, Hilltop gets together to offer up clothes, jewelry, vintage goods, and other apparel in a unique street sale with new looks and used goods. This is your best chance to pick up a one-of-a-kind gift for your friends and family. All the excitement is sure to work up an appetite, so stick around for tasty food from local food trucks and good vibes from hometown talent. Last year, we had over thirty vendors and two hundred people- this year we’re expecting more treats, more crafts, and more people.