November’s Comics Underground Lineup: Kelly Sue DeConnick, Scott Allie, and Frank Beaton!

From Pretty Deadly #1 by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Emma Rios

From Pretty Deadly #1 by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Emma Ríos

IT’S THAT TIME AGAIN! We’re happy to announce the lineup for the November 14, 2013 installment of Comics Underground—featuring one of our all-time Comics Underground favorites, Kelly Sue DeConnick, alongside Dark Horse editor-in-chief Scott Allie and writer Frank Beaton! (And this time, we’re doing a western theme! Why? Because it’s our show! We can do whatever we want!)

KELLY SUE DECONNICK is a writer for Marvel Comics and Dark Horse Comics and an all-around badass. Her credits include Captain MarvelAvengers AssembleGhost, and the new western Pretty Deadly. (She was recently profiled in The Atlantic! Fancy!)

SCOTT ALLIE is editor-in-chief at Dark Horse Comics. Scott has worked with Joss Whedon, Mike Mignola, Gerard Way, and other hotshots on titles like Buffy the Vampire SlayerHellboy, and The Umbrella Academy, and has also written everything from Abe Sapien to Solomon Kane. He’ll be sharing the first issue of Dark Horse’s new (and eagerly-anticipated) Serenity series.

FRANK BEATON is a contributor to the Outlaw Territory and 24Seven anthologies, and writer of the Monkeybrain Comics sci-fi/horror series Rebecca, Nevada (coming in 2014). He’ll be presenting his latest western story from Outlaw Territory.

Seriously, look at that lineup. LOOK AT IT AGAIN.

IT’S GODDAMN INCREDIBLE.

Details: Thursday November 14,at the Jack London Bar (529 SW 4th, underneath the Rialto Pool Room), doors at 7:30 pm, $3-5 , show runs about an hour. See you there!

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5 responses to “November’s Comics Underground Lineup: Kelly Sue DeConnick, Scott Allie, and Frank Beaton!

  1. Is it possible to buy tickets ahead of time, or just at the door?

  2. Just at the door! We’ll open the doors at 7:30, and we recommend getting there on the early side, because good seats do go fast. (You can always have a drink upstairs at the Rialto – that way if a line starts to form, as it sometimes does, you’ll be able to jump in.)

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