Sunday, September 25, 2011

10/05 - Angel Punk @ TFAW

Press Release from TFAW
What: Angel Punk #1 Release Party with Devon Lyon, Kevin Curry, Val Mayerik, and Tom Orzechowski
Where: Hollywood TFAW - 4133 NE Sandy Blvd. Portland, OR 97214
When: Wednesday, October 5 from 7- 10 pm.

September 20, 2011, Portland OR--Things From Another World (TFAW) is happy to announce a signing and release party for Angel Punk #1 from local publisher Relium Media on Wednesday, October 5 at their Portland, OR store from 7-10 pm! Enjoy complimentary food and beer (with valid ID), meet creators Devon Lyon, Kevin Curry, Val Mayerik, and Tom Orzechowski, and enter to win a special Angel Punk prize package or a role as a featured extra in the upcoming Angel Punk movie, to be filmed in Portland.
The Angel Punk saga follows Mara Layil on a journey of discovery, as she’s thrust into a millennia-old struggle between supernatural dynasties. This hidden world of ancient wonders and dark secrets forces the orphaned teen to accept her own power and confront her family’s mysterious past. Angel Punk is written by Devon Lyon, Kevin Curry, and Scott Nelson, with art by Val Mayerik, the co-creator of Howard the Duck, and lettering by industry legend Tom Orzechowski. "The Angel Punk series is a lot of fun, and so are the creators behind it," said TFAW Marketing Manager Elisabeth Forsythe. "We're looking forward to a great event with a cool local publisher."  Plus: all attendees of the Angel Punk Release Party will receive raffle tickets that will enter them in a contest to win a role as a featured extra in the upcoming Angel Punk movie, which will be filmed in Portland January 16 through March 2, or win an Angel Punk prize package filled with a t-shirt, posters, and an autographed set of Angel Punk issues #0, #1/2, and #1.

About Things From Another World:
Founded in 1979, Things From Another World is the premier retailer of comic books, toys, collectibles, and pop-culture geek goodness, both in Portland, Oregon and online at

About Relium Media
Relium Media tells big stories across multiple platforms. Angel Punk is told over four distinct mediums: comics; a novel; a feature film; and the fan-engagement website Learn more at

1 comment:

Andrew D. Ford ExtrasOnly said...

I am an Extra ( I really wish I had known about this event sooner So I could have a chance to be a Featured Extra in the upcoming movie.