Nerdage received a press release from longtime comic reviewer Randy Lander, who is celebrating the first anniversary of his comic book store, Rogues Gallery Comics & Games in Round Rock, Texas, next month.
On the weekend of January 18th-20th, two “Hulk” writers head to town to make the anniversary a smash. From noon to 4 p.m. Jan. 19, several comic-book writers and artists will be on hand to talk to fans and sign comics.
Greg Pak, author of Marvel’s smash-hit event WORLD WAR HULK, will be flying in to meet fans.
Also on hand will be Paul Benjamin, of “Marvel Adventures Hulk.”
Other writers and artists on Saturday, January 19th include Kristian (DMZ) Donaldson, who also designed the Rogues Gallery logo, and Scott (OMEGA FLIGHT) Kolins, who designed their new mascot Maximillian Larch. Writer Matt (JACK OF
FABLES) Sturges will also be in attendance.
Lander has planned several contests and games for the anniversary. Directions to the store, located about 15 miles north of Austin, Texas, can be found at roguesgallerytx.com.
Rogues Gallery Comics & Games, formerly Dragon’s Lair Comics & Fantasy Round Rock, was purchased by long-time co-manager Lander in February 2007.
“We were so excited and pleased by the success we had in our first year that we jumped the gun a month to throw a big party for our customers,” Lander said.
– Matt Price