August 2 is “Artist Alley Saturday” and Culver City Rock n’ Walk (UPDATED)

Join Pulp Fiction in celebrating the first of our monthly Artist Alley Saturdays and Culver City Village’s first Summer Rock n’ Walk! 

The first Saturday of every month in our “artist alley” we will host local creators who will be showing off their newest works, doing sketches and sharing tales about the world of comics . See our list of guests below who’ll be here from 2pm to 6pm.

Update! We’ve added two more creators to the roster! Also joining us: Gqendolyn Dreyer and co with their book Monster Elementary and William Lykke with his book, Death-Danger, Scooter Girl! Find out more below.

Brian Buccellato (Detective Comics, Flash)will be promoting his new graphic novel, Foster!  Click here for a preview. Also, Bleeding Cool conducted an interview with Brian about his new book which you can read here.

Siike Donnelly is  the writer of a new action/fantasy book called Monomyth! Take a look at a preview here and read more about the book here.

Ron Bassilian and Jim Wheelock successfully funded their Kickstarter project, Inferno Los Angeles and they’ll be here selling copies of their hardcover graphic novel. Take a look at a preview here and check out the cool video from their Kickstarter page here.

Tobias Gebhardt is a local artist we met at the Long Beach Comic Expo this year. He’ll be here selling his prints and doing sketches. Check out his artwork here.

Two time Xeric Award winner, Jack Hsu will be here promoting his new graphic novel, 8-9-3.  You can look at a preview here and read a Newsarama interview with the creator here.

Paul Jamison will be here with his independent superhero comic, Paragon. Read about it book here.

Gwendolyn Dreyer and co will be joining us again with their super funny all-ages book, Monster Elementary! Check out their Kickstarter page here.

Our latest addition is local artist, William Lykke who will be here with his book , Death-Danger, Scooter Girl!Check out his website here and take a look at his new book here.

If you have a book you’d like to get more eyes on, let us know! Contact us here to hash something out.