Skip to main content
  1. Arts & Entertainment
  2. Animation

Greg Rucka coming to Zeus

See also

If you are into comics, chances are you've read something by Greg Rucka. With two acclaimed runs on Detective Comics (one featuring Batman and the more recent featuring Batwoman), Wonder Woman, 52, Wolverine, Stumptown, Queen & Country and Whiteout (which became a feature film starring Kate Beckinsale) his career has run all over the comic book map. Now you have the chance to meet him at Dallas' own Zeus Comics!

On Wednesday, November 10th from 11-3pm, Greg Rucka will be signing at Zeus as part of his book tour for the newly released Queen & Country novel The Last Run. One could assume that due to his tremendous talent, he has the ego to match. I can verify that this is not at all true, having attended the previous signing he held at Zeus about a year and a half ago. He is both humble and appreciative and totally deserving of his successes. According to his website, he is happy to sign older comics an earlier novels, so you have no reason not to show up and say hello. The Zeus Comics website reads thusly:

Greg is bringing copies of his new Queen and Country novel Last Run along with limited edition bookplates! Get a first edition of the new Queen and Country novel with the limited bookplate at Zeus Comics Wednesday November 10th from 11am-3pm.

Hope to see you there!



Arts & Entertainment

  • La Toya Jackson
    La Toya Jackson hits the club in music video for 'Feels Like Love'
  • Keith Urban
    Dozens of concertgoers were treated for alcohol-related illnesses at a Keith Urban show
    Today's Buzz
  • Comic-Con
    Check out some of the sexiest women on hand at this year's Comic-Con
    20 Photos
  • The Hunger Games
    The trailer for 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1' has debuted online
    17 Photos
  • Beck
    Beck makes good on their long absence from St. Louis with a two hour set
    17 Photos
  • Wonder Woman
    Take an in-depth look at the hot new costume we'll be seeing on Wonder Woman
    Pop Culture