Nathan Fox at Comic Con
Nathan Fox designed a custom 10 x 40 foot installation for a vehicle display at the Horton Plaza Mall during Comic-Con in collaboration with WIRED and Subaru. Says Lindsay Speros, Senior Integrated Marketing Manager at WIRED and WIRED.COM, "The display at the Horton Plaza Mall was a HUGE success and attracted thousands of people." WIRED also hosted the VIP WIRED Cafe in the Omni Palm Terrace that featured Nathan's custom mural and a contest to win an original 16 x 20" Nathan Fox work of art. Fox signed posters of his mural for guests and fans at the VIP WIRED cafe.
Fox also had a table in artist's alley, debuting the new Fluorescent Black graphic novel through Heavy Metal magazine. He signed copies at his booth as well as Heavy Metal's. An exclusive hardcover version was available through pre-order that sold out quickly. This is Fox's 3rd year exhibiting at Comic Con. Says Fox, "It's always a pleasure to meet fans and critics alike and this year there were more than ever so I am glad for the great turnout."
Visitors check out what's underneath the hood of the Subaru WRX STI
The special hardcover version of Fluorescent Black.
Comments Fox, "Fluorescent Black as a book has been growing legs in the Heavy Metal magazine for the past 3 years so we were really amazed that subscribers and first time readers were there waiting for it or stopping by to make sure they picked it up before they left the con. It was a blast to see how may people enjoyed it and how far reaching it got through the magazine and pre-sales."
Fluorescent Black by Nathan Fox
Nathan Fox signing Fluorescent Black>