Jeff Lemire is the award-winning, New York Times bestselling author of such graphic novels as Essex County, Sweet Tooth, Underwater Welder and Roughneck as well as co-creator of Descender with Dustin Nguyen, Black Hammer with Dean Ormston, Plutona with Emi Lenox and AD: After Death with Scott Snyder. He also collaborated with celebrated musician Gord Downie on the graphic novel and album The Secret Path, which was made into an animated film in 2016. Jeff has won numerous awards including an Eisner Award and Juno Award in 2017. Jeff has also written extensively for both Marvel and DC Comics. Many of his books are currently in development for film and television, including both Descender and A.D. After Death at Sony Pictures, Essex County at the CBC and Plutona at Waypoint Entertainment, for which Lemire is writing the screenplay. He lives in Toronto, Canada with his wife and son and their troublesome pug, Lola.
Jeff Lemire will be appearing Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at NCComicon Bull City at table A012.
AUTOGRAPHS & PHOTOS
Creator autographs and photos tend to range any where from free to a nominal fee. Info and pricing will be available at each creator’s table.
Saturday November 10th at 10:00AM in Fletcher Hall
What inspires artists like Gerard Way, Becky Cloonan, Tommy Lee Edwards, Matt Kindt, and Jeff Lemire? How do you turn your everyday experience into art?
Saturday November 10th at 11:00AM in Cinema One
Lemire and Kindt
Join a one-of-a-kind conversation with two of the biggest names in comic writing today, Matt Kindt and Jeff Lemire!
Saturday November 10th at 2:00PM in Cinema One
The Stories of Jeff Lemire
Eisner Award Winning Writer/Artist Jeff Lemire is one of the hottest talents working in comics today. From projects at both Marvel and DC (Old Man Logan, Animal Man) to his creator-owned properties (Sweet Tooth, Black Hammer) to his recently concluded Royal City, Jeff has proven himself to be one of the best storytellers working in the medium of comics these days. Come join us as we learn how he balances working for “the big two” with his own projects and, hopefully, shares some of his storytelling secrets.
Sunday November 11th at 12:00PM in Main Hall Panel Room One
The Science of Jeff Lemire
Jeff Lemire’s stories always have a thread of either real or well thought-out science woven throughout. Come join us The Science Of’s Matt Brady sits down to talk with Jeff about his science interests and ho how he manages to keep the science believable without making the story suffer. This one’s sure to be filled with all kinds of science facts and references, so make sure to wear your thinking cap!