Jeremy Whitley2018-11-07T12:45:03+00:00

Jeremy Whitley is the writer and creator of Princeless and Raven: The Pirate Princess from Action Lab Comics. He is also well known as the writer of The Unstoppable Wasp for Marvel Comics, the Sea of Thieves comic series for Titan Comics, and Rainbow Brite for Dynamite.  He has also worked with such properties as Marvel’s Avengers, Marvel’s Champions, Marvel’s All-New X-Men, Vampirella, and has been a frequent writer for IDW’s My Little Pony titles, including the new Nightmare Knights miniseries.  Jeremy is a native of Durham, NC, where he lives with his wife Alicia and their two daughters.

APPEARING

Jeremy Whitley will be appearing Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at NCComicon Bull City at table A013.

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.

PANELS

Friday November 9th at 2:00PM in Cinema One

Horror

Halloween may be over, but we still love getting scared! Come talk to writers and artists about the spooky stuff they make and what your next pick should be for a late-night read!

Friday November 9th at 4:00PM in Cinema One

Talking Science with Tamara Robertson and Friends

It’s the old adage of the chicken and the egg – what comes first – the superhero or the science?  For generations science has been inspiring superhero technology and powers while comics have been inspiring kids to pursue STEM.

Join Tamara Robertson, EIT ( Scijinks, Mythbusters, Chem & Bio Engineer ) and special guests – Jeremy Whitley (Unstoppable Wasp, Princeless, Rainbow Brite), Chris Sims ( Guardians of the Galaxy, Darkhawk, Sleepwalker), Dr. Kanton Reynolds (Director – Undergraduate Programs, NC State University), Dr. Shari Brady (Educator, Founder of TheScienceOf.org) as they discuss Superhero Science and the effect real world science has on the fictional worlds they’re creating. Q&A session to follow.

Saturday November 10th at 12:00PM in Main Hall Panel Room One

Comics For Kids!

Hey, kids! If you like comics, come meet people who make them and learn how to make your own!