LTB Off To See the Wizard

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Wizard World Conventions returns to the City of Angels on Friday, March 18th, 2005. Mike Bullock, Runemaster Studios head honcho and writer of the all-ages sensation Lions, Tiger and Bears, will be joining the ever-growing list of attending professionals. Bullock will be splitting time equally between the Alias Enterprises booth and the Image Comics booth throughout the weekend. 

With Lions, Tigers and Bears #1 already sold out and #2 hitting stores today, LTB fans will have a chance to get both issues signed by the creator/writer. Visitors can also get a sneak peak of LTB #3, Bullock’s next series The Gimoles as well as an all-new, never before seen series co-created by Bullock and fellow Runemaster Jack Lawrence.

“The conventions are just so much fun. There’s no better place to get feedback from readers,” states Bullock. “You have access to this huge cross section of fandom, there are hundreds of other creators running around and the entire scene just has a sort of magical energy that is really hard to describe to anyone who’s never experienced it.”

Bullock will have a limited number of the sold out Lions, Tigers and Bears #1 on hand, in addition to copies of #2 and limited edition Lions, Tigers and Bears t-shirts. Other goodies will also be made available to those who stop by the booths, but supplies are limited.

Here’s what others have to say about Lions, Tigers & Bears:

"This has all the ingredients of a truly incredible story." -Mike Kunkel, HeroBear and the Kid

"Well, let's take inventory here; amazing concept, great script, gorgeous art, and a pure love of storytelling that permeates every page. First class all the way, and I want more NOW." -Gail Simone, Birds of Prey

“Lions, Tigers and Bears stands proudly, shoulder-to-shoulder with books like Bone, HeroBear and the Kid, David and Goliath and The Dreamland Chronicles that help keep those very fires of wonder and imagination burning bright for all to see."  -Mike Wieringo, Fantastic Four

“It's a great idea, perfectly executed and drawn by Jack Lawrence in an exquisite, Nickelodeon-like animated style that leaps off the pages.” -Joseph Szadkowski, The Washington Times

“[Lions, Tigers and Bears] stirs memories of childhood boredom and the fun you can have with the greatest gift you were given, your imagination.” -James Redington, Silver Bullet Comic Books

“This is one of the most delightful and original stories I've ever read within the pages of a comic book.” – Robin Parrish, Infuze Magazine

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