The new issue of Zotz: Serpent and Shield has arrived at last! The third issue made its first official debut on August 6th for this years Latino Comics Expo held at MOLAA (Museum of Latin American Art). The book features 114 pages of content, a host of new characters and more! Picking up imediately, where issue 2 left off, this action-packed book is sure to get your blood pumping. You may need a drink…or two, while reading. Special thanks to Ozi Magaña for making the beautiful cover and Louise Fogerty for her artistic assistance throughout the book.
Buy it at the Zotz Store. The comic will also be sold locally as soon as more books arrive. Stay tuned!
The much anticipated second issue of Zotz: Serpent and Shield is here! A heftier volume, with 124 pages of story and art, as well as additional material – map, character sheets, glossary, and pronunciation guide. Buy it today at the Zotz Store or locally at Mission Comics & Art. Issue 3 will arrive early to mid August 2014.
Daniel Parada with a fresh copy of Zotz:Serpent and Shield, Issue No. 2 at the Latino Comics Expo in Long Beach, at the Museum of Latin American Art. August 17, 2013.
The long awaited second issue of Zotz: Serpent and Shield will debut on August 17, 2013 @ The Latino Comics Expo Los Angeles held at the Museum of Latin,American Art (MOLAA)!
More details and a sneak preview soon!
This weekend we’ll be at the Latino Comics Expo San Francisco at the Cartoon Art Museum. Sat. & Sun. from 11AM-5PM.
On Sunday, June 2 I will be a part of the following panel:
12:00 PM: “The DIY Comics Roundtable”. Latino Comics Expo co-founder & cartoonist Javier Hernandez presents a discussion on the ins and outs of self-publishing comics. Featuring Michael Aushenker, Jaime Crespo, Liz Mayorga, Rafael Navarro and Daniel Parada.
Pulque goddess (Mixtec) on stainless steel flask.
I will be exhibiting Zotz: Serpent and Shield next weekend at the Latino Comics Expo, from 11AM to 5PM, at the Cartoon Art Museum located at 655 Mission Street in San Francisco. (Map)
Admission to the Latino Comics Expo is included with paid admission to the museum.
- $7 – adults,
- $5 – students and seniors,
- $3 – children ages 6-12,
- free – children 5 and under.
Make sure to come and bring your family & friends!
You can catch me at the “Mythology in Comics” panel on Saturday, May 5, from 2:00-2:45PM, featuring Isis Rodriguez, Javier Hernandez, Rodolfo Mendoza , Daniel Parada (yours truly), and Adriana Garcia Cabrera.
Since the Latino Comics Expo coincides with Free Comic Book Day, I’ll be giving away a limited edition 8 page sneak preview of Issue no. 2. See you there!
Btw, help support the Latino Comics Expo by purchasing an expo poster signed by Jose Cabrera for $20. You can buy the poster here.