Things, as always, are rolling along for Pronto Comics.
As we head into the holiday season and subsequent New Year, Pronto has a lot of new and exciting ventures in the works. New titles will be coming out soon such as: Into the Void 3, a war anthology, Pronto Spectacular #1, and a whole slew of independent projects from many Pronto creators like Siege & Will Denizard, Josh Cabrera & Ben Schwartz, James Babbo and many others.
To that end Pronto has become a publisher on Drivethru.com. This will allow us, to sell to you our fans, pdf files of new and old Pronto projects.
So look for the links on prontocomic.com in the very near future.
Also on Dec 2nd we will be having a special guest at our monthly meeting. Ken Knudtsen, creator of I hate Zombies, Crowpsey/Rufus & Cleveland and My Monkey’s Name is Jennifer, will be talking to us @ 8:30 at Pearl Studios. for more information about Ken check out his myspace page. It has a ton of links to his work, current projects, examples of his art and numerous other goodies.
So on behalf of Pronto Comics, we hope to see you at the meeting and have a Happy Holiday Season.
Pronto Comics: If one succeeds, we all succeed!
Posted by dsparano on November 29, 2010
If you are a fan of comics then you know that this past month was the NY Comic Con, and of course Pronto Comics was there.
Though the con was only three days, for Pronto it has been practically a month-long event. From the preparation for the con to the follow-up afterward Pronto has been busy.
Busy with what you may be wondering, well I am glad you asked…
Pronto has been busy getting the word out and growing our ranks. We participated in many panels, most of which were moderated by Buddy Scalera. Whom Pronto would like to thank for his support. We handed out many fliers, talked to editors and connected with fellow creators in all levels of the comic book industry.
To top it off, we held a big meet and greet/portfolio review the following week. Which was attended by many of our new friends from the con.
So now that the big con is over, what’s next for Pronto. Well there are many many possibilities, all of which Pronto is open too. What specifics I can give you is this: We are growing and we are constantly working on making new comics and looking into new ways of getting you those comics.
Posted by dsparano on November 1, 2010