We're celebrating 10 Years of Graphix with Scholastic by hosting best-selling author/artist - Dave Roman and showcasing his illustrations in Goosebumps: Slappy's Tales of Horror!
Dave will be signing copies of his work and we'll have free prints available (while supplies last) for him to sign too!
About Goosebumps: Slappy's Tales of Horror
Four Goosebumps Graphix tales by master of horror R. L. Stine are adapted into full-color comics and feature a brand-new Slappy story by bestselling author, Dave Roman.
The talented Dave Roman creates the horrifying drawings for "The Night of the Living Dummy," the origin story about that most evil of all ventriloquist dummies, Slappy!
In "A Shocker on Shock Street," Jamie Tolagson captures the chilling tale of a brother and sister doing their dream job: testing rides in a movie studio theme park, where the special effects are REALLY special.
With his shadowy illustrations, Gabriel Hernandez creates the perfect atmosphere in "The Werewolf of Fever Swamp," a spooky story about a boy and his dog who go sniffing around in a lonely swamp . . . and wish they hadn't.
Ted Naifeh is at his creepy best in "Ghost Beach," a scary ghost story about a brother and sister who investigate a local legend and discover a terrible secret about their family.
About Dave Roman
Roman is the co-creator of Jax Epoch and the Quicken Forbidden (AiT/Planet Lar), a Harvey Award-nominated webcomic. He also co-created Teen Boat (Cryptic Press), an Ignatz Award-winning webcomic. Both were with artist John Green.
He has contributed to comics anthologies including Flight 3, Not My Small Diary, and Bizarro World for DC Comics. Astronaut Elementary was his weekly webcomic which was awarded a Web Cartoonists' Choice Award for Outstanding New Character Design in 2005. It is being published as a series of graphic novels under the name Astronaut Academy. In October 2006 his comic Agnes Quill was published by Slave Labor Graphics and in 2008 it was optioned by Paramount Pictures. He has also designed a CD cover for the wizard rock band Harry and the Potters.
He is currently an Associate Editor for Nickelodeon Magazine.
So come say hi to an amazing writer/artist and support all ages comics and books!