Founder and creative art director of “24 Hour Heroes”, John Eboige of Baltimore, Maryland will be appearing at Baltimore Comic Con this weekend.
John has worked as a freelance agent for Marvel comics and helped design weapons and characters for Marvel comics and various independent labels of other graphic novel series for the comic book genre on and off for the past several years. He has been a sculptor for over thirty years since he was a child. He has been professionally sculpting for the last eight years.
John Eboige has been creating fantastically original and extraordinarily realistic sculptures based on comic book beasts, heroes and rare characters. His website; 24hourheroes.com displays his original concept and finished art work. He is a self-taught comic book artist and sculptor. He has been drawing and producing comic book art since he was very young.
John also has a gallery website at http://astromerc.cgsociety.org/gallery/ and portfolio and resume of his past work. He has also worked with television production companies on their story ideas and concept development. He is currently writing a children’s book about superheroes with Heidi Emmer of Fairytale Princess Events.
Baltimore comic con should be an extra special place to be this year. Many new cartoonists and artists will be in attendance with many, many new events, toys, stories, graphic novels, sculptures and novelty items new and vintage on display for all ages, genders and comic book story worshippers.
Baltimore Comic Con will be held at The Baltimore Convention Center on September 7 and 8 all day on Saturday and Sunday. See website http://baltimorecomiccon.com/about/ for more information and pricing details.