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"Invader Zim" creator Jhonen Vasquez talks about the path that turned him from a 19 year-old artist into an award winning storyteller.
The SLG publisher, who founded APE in 1994, will assume ownership once again, and move the show from San Francisco back to San Jose.
The publisher originally known as Slave Labor Graphics has launched a crowdfunding campaign to help get the company "back on its feet."
Comic legends Ron Turner, Dan Vado and Eric Reynolds assembled at the Alternative Press Expo to talk about the enduring importance of independent publishers.
Dan Vado spoke with CBR News about moving the SLG Boutiki, the challenges of selling digital comics and why he thinks it's harder to introduce new voices in today's market than most people realize.
Dan Vado spoke with CBR about Slave Labor Graphics' digital and print projects, The Art Boutiki's efforts to build community in San Jose through music and art, the Zombie-O-Rama benefit and more.
In light of the announcement that Slave Labor Graphics comics will be initially offered digitally before being collected for print, CBR News spoke with Publisher Dan Vado about the strategy and what readers can expect.
Celebrating his 25th year as the President and Publisher of Slave Labor Graphics, Dan Vado hosted a panel Sunday at WonderCon to talk about his past and the future of SLG and comics on the web.
Publisher Dan Vado talked about upcoming comic book projects at Slave Labor Graphics, discussed Diamond Comics and comics distribution and touched on SLG's Free Comic Book Day plans during his WonderCon panel.
SLG Publishing's Dan Vado spoke with CBR in depth about his new convention-redefining event, explaining how to promote community involvement in comics, why free is best and more.
Slave Labor Graphics and Dan Vado have announced the formation of the San Jose Comics Festival, a series of one-day events that will take place throughout the year with a focus on indy and small press comic publications.
Rob Liefeld, Dan Vado, Mike Carey, Jason Aaron and Jeff Parker are just some of the comics professionals who shared with CBR their reactions to the news that the Walt Disney Company is to acquire Marvel Comics.
Dan Vado, head of SLG Publishing, presented at Comic-Con new video trailers of the company's upcoming titles and collections, including the new series “Pinnochio the Vampire Slayer.”