JOHN McCREA added to Baltimore guest list

from the official BALTIMORE COMIC CON press release . . . . . . . .

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND - August 12, 2016 - Once again, there is major buzz surrounding the incredible talent Hero Initiative will be bringing to the Baltimore Comic-Con, September 2-4, 2016, at the Baltimore Convention Center. Hero Initiative, the comic creator charity, will have a full house of guest artists supporting the cause. At the booth, John McCrea (co-creator of Hitman) will be Hero Initiative's guest at Baltimore. Hero Initiative and Baltimore are excited to have such an award-winning artist at the show.  Buy your tickets now  at http://baltimorecomiccon.com/tickets/ and avoid waiting in additional lines at the show.
John McCrea is a respected illustrator and comic book artist, perhaps most popular for his work with Garth Ennis on PreacherPunisher, and Hitman. John is currently working on Mars Attacks! for IDW Publishing. He has worked for many comic book companies, including Marvel and DC Comics, where he has illustrated iconic characters such as Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, the Hulk, Spider-Man, Daredevil, Wolverine, the Demon, and England's own Judge Dredd. His work can be seen at - http://www.johnmccrea.com.
John rarely makes it to this side of the Atlantic, and this is his only US visit for 2016, so grab your books and sketch portfolio! Who knows -- you may be lucky enough to get a head-shot of the Demon and support the charity in Baltimore. John will be at the Hero Initiative booth all weekend so stop on by to get your books signed or buy a sketch.

"We are always thrilled when an elusive creator like Mr. McCrea comes to our event" said Marc Nathan, promoter of the Baltimore Comic-Con. "It's such a great opportunity for our fans to interact with someone they otherwise wouldn't be able to, and The Hero Initiative is making that possible."

 

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