Friday, March 09, 2007

Archie Comics Exhibit & Signing with Ryan Brown

TMNT artist Ryan Brown is participating at an event in Ohio at the Wayne Center for the Arts. In partnership with Mirage Studios, the Wayne Center is hosting an excellent exhibit of original Archie Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Adventures artwork and collectibles. Ryan Brown will be on site for Q&A about the creation of TMNT, and for signings.

Mirage Studios has published a limited edition TMNT comic exclusively for this event. It is available only at the Arts Center the day of the event! There will be kids activities and more.
The event is March 31, 2007 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Admission is $2 for kids and adult arts center members. $3 adult non members. Located at Wayne Center for the Arts. 237 S. Walnut St. Wooster, OH (between Cleveland and Columbus). 330-264-ARTS.

Wayne Center for the Arts is a non profit organization, dedicated to enriching people's lives through the arts. We are proud to offer every kind of art, to every kind of person.

Source: Katrina Baden, Marketing Coordinator & Visual Art InstructorWayne Center for the Arts



This THURSDAY - March 15th at 10pm at the ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE on South Lamar (AUSTIN, TX) - we'll be hosting absolutely free of charge, an ALL YOU CAN EAT PIZZA screening of TMNT!!!

In addition, Kevin Munroe - the director of this latest Turtle creation will be on hand...

HOW DO YOU GET IN?Simple - Submit an Email to HK @ AINTITCOOL.COM with the subject line: TMNT Power

Source:, Sean Carnegie (my Art Direction prof.)


Chris Evans in Boston Magazine

Actor Chris Evans (Casey Jones) appears on the cover of Boston Magazine. The actor speaks about his road to fame, love interests, and upcoming projects. There's only one line about TMNT, but if you're an Evans fan like I am, then you'll appreciate the entire article.

Source: Oh No They Didn't!, Boston Magazine

.......... at Comic Con explores the wonderful world of Comic Con NY. In this video, DavidJr gets feedback from TMNT director Kevin Munroe! ... And he's wearing a UT Longhorns cap.



Cereal Geek by James Eatock

Author James Eatock has self-published a 100 page glossy magazine dedicated to'80s animation (primarily the Saturday morning cartoons).

There are plenty of Ninja Turtles related goodies in thefirst issue, including illustrations by professional comic artists alongwith an in-depth look at the intro sequence. According to James, issue #2 will featurea new illustrated pin-up of the Channel Six news team!


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