McPhersonal APE

Advertisement appearing the convention brochure for APE - Alternative Press Expo, features b/w versions of front covers for Nuclear Dragons and the Damnation Brigade graphic novel

Advertisement appearing in the convention brochure for APE – Alternative Press Expo, features b/w versions of front covers for Nuclear Dragons and the Damnation Brigade graphic novel, covers artwork by Ian Bateson, text by Jim McPherson

In case you missed posts on pHantacea on pHacebook (https://www.facebook.com/phantacea) or the Google +  page (https://plus.google.com/107672488573718702210/posts) for Phantacea Publications, Jim McPherson will be attending APE – The Alternative Press Expo in San Francisco a couple of weeks from now.

The dates are October 12 & 13. The place is The Concourse Exhibition Center, 835 8th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103. The website is here

And yes, it’s beginning to look like comic and cover artist Verne Andru will be joining him there for at least part of the time.

5 collages prepared for the Goddess Gambit web page

A variety of collages prepared by Jim McPherson for the Goddess Gambit web page

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2 thoughts on “McPhersonal APE

  1. There’s an error on page according to my antique browser. Might it be comic artist underlined? Doesn’t seem to go anywhere?

    San Fran, eh? Haven’t been there in 20 years but recall a joint that served breast of lamb. Believe it was called Dante’s Inferno and that it had the Leaning Tower of Pizza (ha, ha) on its sign. In North Beach. Might have been on the street that ends in an apex, like a triangle. Never seen breast of lamb anywhere else.
    BTW, you’ve a category called travels. Haven’t been keeping it up. Might be why so few comments show up on pHantaBlog. Am I the only one?

    • Don’t see any errors on my browser(s). Could be because it (they) isn’t (aren’t) as antique as yours.

      As for your BTW, maybe it’s because I only approve yours. More likely, though, you’re right about the paucity of comment makers.

      As for Travels, there are a couple. Just hit the blue link to right called “Categories” near bottom of Home (Welcoming Page).

      What follows is a BTW of my own:
      Historically I kept up a travels page on local service provider. Haven’t been doing any lately, mostly because I try to post to pHantaBlog, as well as the other two social media sites Phant Pubs has, and don’t have time for much else.

      Lynx to those travel pages go from bottom of nearly every page on pH-Webworld (http://www.phantacea.info/ph2.htm#phantanchor).

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