Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Free Comic Book Day: May 2, 2015 signing at Shellback Artworks



I haven't actually counted, but I think I have done more signings at Steve Lavigne's "Shellback Artworks" comic and art supplies emporium than any other comic book store. 
This Saturday, May 2, along with Steve, I will be doing another one at Shellback, located at 1509 Post Road in Wells, Maine, for the annual "Free Comic Book Day" event. I believe there will be physical printed copies of issue #31 of TMNT Volume 4 for sale at Shellback (I've been told they exist, even though I have yet to actually see one!).

Should be fun! -- PL

[The photo above -- one of my favorites -- is from June of 2012, just before Steve opened Shellback Artworks... which means the store has been open almost three years. Way to go, Steve! Congratulations!]

15 comments:

  1. Can't wait to see you guys again! See you there.

    ~Mel

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  2. I think I've met just about every major person involved with the Mirage days of TMNT except you Peter. One day, I need to get myself to Shellbacks for FCBD and meet you, so I can shake your hand, and buy some stuff there ;)

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  3. if the prunted copies do exist will there be a place online for people in different states to purchase a copy?

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    1. Yes, they will. They are, in fact. Go here:

      http://miragelicensing.com/paypal/mirage04.html

      -- PL

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  4. Thank you very much again for autographing comics at Shellback yesterday. It was great to see you again.

    mrmaczaps.WordPress.com

    I posted some pictures of everything and am working on getting them posted. Also, I was the guy with the #donsnotdead sign & figure.

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  5. I want to thank you again for coming sir. While I could understand that Turtles are no longer the forefront of your life but for us fans you have made a lifelong mark that has changed our lives forever and for that we thank you. I hope you will continue to doing signings at ShellBack, and or other locations, because for us its a chance to see where our Turtles all started and that is a true treat to all all fans. I hope that you can see that a creator because we very much appreciate you and the time you are willing to share with us. -Cowabunga

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  6. Peter,

    Thank you (and Steve) again for taking the time out to sign stuff for all of the fans. I sincerely appreciated it, and I'm sure the rest of the fans did too.

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    1. Thanks, Chris. Great to see you and Katie! -- PL

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  7. I envy all of you US-American comic fans of the abundance of comic stores. Here, in Western Germany, such specialized comic stores are very rare. And this difference is even topped by frequent signings from sympathic comic artists as Peter Laird. I really have to visit the USA! ;D

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  9. How to contact Peter Laird?Really need,it's about the Ninja Turtles.

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    1. My team and try to continue them for 2003.Need your approval.

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  10. Hi Peter! I've been a huge fan all my life. My wife and I recently moved to Maine so I went down and met Steve at his shop. He mentioned he's hoping you'll be back there for free comic book day again next year. Is that true? I'd love a chance to meet you as well. Thanks for all the years of Turtles awesomeness!

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  11. Hello sir will you be signing at shell back artwork this year for free comic book day? Or any other signing this year?

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