CTP Author Signing in Tulsa, OK at WizardWorld Comic Con!

Where will you be on October 21-23?

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Grab your tickets here

Come see two of our CTP authors at Wizard World Comic Con in Tulsa, Oklahoma on October 21st-23rd! Both Shannon A. Thompson (author of the Timely Death Series and Bad Bloods) and Tamara Grantham (author of the Olive Kennedy, Fairy World, M.D. Series) will be signing their novels at this event. Check out the details below and get ready for a fun and exciting weekend in Tulsa!

Friday, October 21

Book Signing: Table C5 in Artist Alley

Shannon A. Thompson – 3:00-5:15 and/or 6:30-8:00

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5:30-6:15PM VILLAINS VERSUS VILLAINS (CONFERENCE HALL B)

A battle royale between villains! What makes a great monster or just plain psycho-antagonist? Creators divulge which characters claim the best villain award. Why do some win our hearts while others creep us out? Genese Davis (The Holder’s Dominion), Jack Burgos (Dark and Dangerous Things) Shannon A. Thompson (Bad Bloods), and RA Jones (Writer – Wolverine; Captain America) will share their perspectives and creative process including what key ingredients they focus on when creating vicious characters. Don’t miss this thrilling discussion.

Saturday, October 22

 Book Signing: Table C5 in Artist Alley

Tamara Grantham – 4:30-6:30

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3:30-4:15PM ODE TO LEADING LADIES (CONFERENCE HALL B)

Women leads and female heroes are rapidly evolving. Rey in the latest Star Wars, the new Wonder Woman movie, and of course TV shows with leading ladies have spurred many discussions! What have creators fought for in the past for their women title characters and what key ingredients do creators pour into their female leads today? Hear from Genese Davis (The Holder’s Dominion), Tamara Grantham (Dreamthief) and Sabrina A. Fish (Shine Series) as they share their creation process for women heroes, what they think about when creating a female lead or collaborating on women superheroes, and what they foresee happening to female heroes in the future.