I’ll be at SDCC! Come say hi!

I’m going to be at SDCC this week! I’ll be at table M13 with Jen Vaungh. That’s in the back near row 1600. You can get there easily from the B1 or B2 entrance.

Thursday, July 18—Hours 9:30am-7pm 

  • 11:00am-11:30pm— The Stone King signing—Kel McDonald
  • 4:00p.m. – 5:00p.m. ComiXology Originals: Creator-Owned Comics and Beyond The biggest news in comics is comiXology’s exclusive digital content program – comiXology Originals. Now you can join comiXology’s Head of Content, Chip Mosher and a surprise cast of beloved comic creators and rising-star talent to get the scoop on an all-new, yet-to-be-announced, comiXology Originals series direct from the creators making it! They’ll wow the crowd with stories on the process of bringing creator-owned comics to life and what it’s like pushing the envelope with digital comics, and beyond. Room: 28DE
  • 6:30p.m. – 7:30p.m. Comics PR and Marketing 101 Need tips on how to market your content, your comics – and yourselves? This is the panel for you! Join comiXology’s Head of Content, Chip Mosher as he hosts an exciting panel of comics superstars from all corners of the industry, including Alex Segura (Archie), Spike Trotman (Iron Circus Comics), Hope Nicholson (Bedside Press), Kel McDonald (The Stone King) and Ivan Salazar (comiXology)! Don’t miss this panel as these self-motivated comic pros share their hard-earned knowledge on how to make big splash in comics through marketing and PR. Room: 8

Friday, July 19–Hours 9:30am-7pm

  • 10:00am-10:30am—The Stone King signing—Kel McDonald

Saturday, July 20–Hours 9:30am-7pm

  • 2:00pm-3:00pm— The Stone King signing—Kel McDonald

Sunday, July 21– Hours 9:30am-5pm

  • 11:00a.m. – 12:00p.m., Manga: An Intro for Comics Fans Are you a comic fan, but are also interested in anime and manga, but don’t really know how to dive in? WE’RE HERE TO HELP! Join comiXologist Taylor Morgan as he asks an amazing panel of comics luminaries and tastemakers to recommend the best of manga past and present. Our panelists include Deb Aoki (Anime News Network), Kel McDonald (The Stone King), Gabriela Downie (Looney Tunes Comics), and Ivan Salazar (comiXology). Tell us your favorite comic, movie or TV show and we’ll give you a manga to match. Whether you’re a long-time or budding manga fan, this is a panel you won’t want to miss! Room: 24ABC
  • 1:00pm-1:30pm— Stone King signing—Kel McDonald

Kel will be at NYCC Table h23!

Hey everyone! This weekend I’ll be at New York Comic Con. I’m at table H23 in Artist Alley. Here’s how to find me:

Come by and say hi! Grab yourself some comics. Also, I’ll be on two panels.

Thursday, October 4

4:00-5:00pm The New Comics Publishing Frontier room 1A02

From crowdfunding to webcomics, comiXology Originals and traditional publishing – these days there are so many options to bring your comic to life and out into the world! Looking for tips on what avenue might be right for your comic?  Join comiXology and a veteran group of comic professionals – with years of experience across different publishing models – as they share their experiences and hard-won knowledge in a panel no self-starting comics creator can miss!

Sunday, October 7

2:30-3:30pm The Voices of ComiXology Originals

Join a star-studded panel of beloved comic creators and rising-star talent as they discuss in detail their latest comiXology Originals series and graphic novels! They’ll also wow the crowd with stories on the process of bringing creator-owned comics to life and what it’s like pushing the envelope with digital comics, and beyond.

I’ll be at RCCC

Hey folks! I’ll be at Rose City Comic Con this weekend! I’m at table A1 (like the steak sauce) in Artist Alley. I’ll also be on some fun panels.

September 7, 2018
3:00 pm – 3:50 pm


From Sailor Moon and Magic Knights to Thor and the Round Table history is filled with tales of magic and wonder. Join Chris Hansbrough, Andrea Rosales, Anne Mortensen-Agnew, (Nine Twilights) Kel McDonald, (Misfits of Avalon/Sorcery 101) and Adam P. Knave (Amelia Cole/Once and Future Queen) as they discuss bringing ancient myths of old to a more diverse modern era.

September 8, 2018
10:30 am – 11:20 am


Since the dawn of comics animals have played a role, either flying around in capes and tights like the Legion of Superpets or lending a helpful bark like Tintin’s dog Snowy. Heroes, villains, and everything in-between, you can’t have comics without animals.