Universal Uclick at San Diego Comic Con

Universal Uclick is attending this year’s San Diego Comic Con (booth #1217). The Uclick GoComics booth will be one of five locations throughout the convention center offering exclusive Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles memorabilia as part of the TMNT 25th Anniversary promotional event, and will also hold drawings Wednesday through Friday for tickets to the TMNT 25th Anniversary Party, taking place at 7pm Friday at On Broadway.

Renowned comic book innovator Stan Lee’s newest creation will be the featured product at the Uclick booth. An announcement regarding this new creation will be posted here on The Daily Cartoonist on Tuesday.

Several Universal artists will be at the booth and others are scheduled to participate in panels.
Brooke McEldowney, creator of the fairy-themed GoComics hit Pibgorn – Thursday, 4pm and Saturday, 10:30am
Lucas Turnbloom, creator of the most recent GoComics addition, Imagine This – Thursday, 2pm and Friday, 2pm
Bill Amend, creator of the smash syndication hit FoxTrot – Saturday, 1pm
Also participating in this year’s event include Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist Pat Oliphant, Richard Thompson (Cul de Sac), and Ruben Bolling (Tom the Dancing Bug).

Uclick GoComics will also offer random drawings for free iPhone comic book apps throughout each day of the Con. Uclick GoComics will also give away an iPod Touch on Saturday, loaded with all 130+ Uclick-produced comic book apps, including 11 issues of Jeff Smith’s epic Bone, 12 issues of Tales of the TMNT, plus several limited series, graphic novels, manga, web comics and more.

Saturday’s events will be capped off by the Uclick GoComics-hosted “Made for Mobile” panel at 5:30pm, in which comic industry pros Shannon Wheeler, creator of the hit indie comic strip Too Much Coffee Man, and Rantze Hoseley, founder of the new digital comic book service Longbox, will discuss the trend toward digital comic books with Sunday Press Books founder Pete Maresca and Uclick editor/comics producer Shena Wolf.

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