Archive for the ‘Conventions’ Category

Jewish Comic Con 2016

11/21/16

jewishcomiccon-small-logoRecently, I was one of the programming consultants for the Jewish Comic Con, which was held on Sunday November 13, 2016, at Congregation Kol Israel in Brooklyn, NY. The event was the brainchild of Congregation Kol Israel president Fred Polaniecki and comic book writer Fabrice Sapolsky. I co-moderated most of the panels at Jewish Comic Con (alongside fellow co-moderator Danny Fingeroth), and there was quite a bit of press coverage for this event. Articles about Jewish Comic Con were written up in The Wall Street Journal, The Jewish Week, Bleeding Cool, and more. AJ Frost, a blogger for comics site The Beat, interviewed me about Jewish Comic Con, my work as a guest lecturer and public speaker, and my recent projects as an author/comic book writer.

 

Mankind Signing at NYCC

10/10/12

Hi, everyone! I wanted to share some news with all of you:

I’ll be signing copies of my newest comic book story, “The Story of the Ocean,” at New York Comic Con this Friday, October 12th, from 1:30-2:30 pm at the History Channel’s booth, #1664. “The Story of the Ocean” will be published next month in the anthology MANKIND: THE STORY OF ALL OF US, Volume 2. Zenescope Entertainment’s YA imprint Silver Dragon Books has partnered with The History Channel to publish the MANKIND graphic novels, which will be tied-in to the launch of History’s new television event of the same name.

My newest Young Adult nonfiction book, AMERICAN POP: HIT MAKERS, SUPERSTARS, AND DANCE REVOLUTIONARIES, will be out next month from Lerner Publishing Group’s Twenty-First Century Books imprint. Here’s a “5 Questions For Arie Kaplan” author interview with yours truly, from the Lerner Books site: https://www.lernerbooks.com/contacts/2965/Arie-Kaplan

See you in the funny papers,

Arie