Christian st. Pierre
Examples of Christian’s work can be found at his site here. He has contributed his artistic talents to many games (including Hero System RPG), Star Wars sketch cards, and our Toys for Tots and previous FCBD events!
In 1999, Chris DiBari broke into the comics industry doing a cover for DC Comics’ “Robin” for the “No Man’s Land” event. Shortly thereafter, he did some work for Marvel Comics’ “Deadpool”. Chris has also done design work for Hasbro, Art Asylum Toys and 4 Kids Productions TMNT animated. In 2005, Chris co-created and drew “The Hunger” from Markosia and Cutter through Image. His pencils can currently be found in the Heavy Metal HOAX HUNTERS series and there are more projects to be announced!
Nelson Blake II
Nelson Blake II has worked for Image on such titles as Witchblade and Magdalena, and with Devil’s Due Publishing, penciling GI JOE: RELOADED. Image will be releasing his new title with writer Bryan Hill – ROMULUS.
About Free Comic Book Day
On Saturday May 7th, over 2,300 comic book shops across North America and around the world will give out over 6 million comic books—free of charge—during Free Comic Book Day (FCBD). The annual event is one of the most anticipated comic book celebrations of the year as retailers prepare to welcome curious, first-time comic readers and devout comic book fans into their stores for fun events and free comics.
“Free Comic Book Day is the perfect occasion for newcomers to comics as well as those who have been reading them for years to celebrate comics and discover new titles that debut on the first Saturday in May,” said Free Comic Book Day spokesperson Dan Manser.
The 50 free comic books available this year are designed to appeal to a broad range of tastes, including super hero stories like Marvel’s Civil War II and DC’s Suicide Squad; kid favorites that are great for readers of all ages with Pokémon, DC Super Hero Girls, Grumpy Cat, Sonic the Hedgehog; stories that feature classic characters such as Strawberry Shortcake, Pink Panther, and Archie; and TV tie-ins featuring series like Doctor Who, Bob’s Burgers, Sanjay and Craig, The Simpsons, Firefly, and many more.
“On May 7th, we encourage fans to use Free Comic Book Day as an opportunity to explore their local comic book shop, seeing all it has to offer,” said Manser. “Hopefully, they’ll walk away with free comics they can’t wait to read, and then keep coming back to their local shop for more!”
Along with free comics, many comic book shops will feature events during the day including creator signings, appearances of costumed characters, and great deals on exclusives and sale items. To view all 50 free titles and to find a participating comic shop, fans are encouraged to visit www.freecomicbookday.com.