BronyCon is pleased to announce the talent behind the My Little Pony comic series for its summer convention: writer Katie Cook, artist Andy Price and colorist Heather Breckel.
In addition to the new My Little Pony comic, Cook is well known for her work in the Star Wars universe. She’s worked on licenses ranging from DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Lord of the Rings, The Jim Henson Company and more. She also does a weekly Web comic—Gronk: A Monster’s Story.
Prior to his work for on My Little Pony, Price did illustrations on card sets for Rittenhouse/Marvel. On his Deviant Art page, Price calls himself a brony and notes that he is an old school illustrator who always does his work by hand, not digitally.
Breckel is currently the colorist on My Little Pony, Peter Panzerfaust and Number 13, as well as a number of small press projects. When she’s not coloring, she’s writing and drawing her own comics, and hanging out with her cats.
With the combined talents of Cook, Price and Breckel, the My Little Pony comic series was one of the top-selling comics to debut in 2012, landing itself 100,000 pre-orders for its first issue released on Nov. 28, 2012. It even out sold major comics such as Batman and Spider-Man.
For more information on BronyCon’s guests: Visit the guests page which will have the most up-to-date information on guests appearing at BronyCon for the Aug. 2-4 event in Baltimore.
Good news for all you artists out there; BronyCon Vendor applications for our Dealer’s Room are officially open! To apply, just go here and fill out the form. Tables will cost $125 each and include one three-day badge. You can also purchase up to three additional Vendor badges at $50 each for those who will be assisting you at your table.
For more information on our dealer’s room, you can see a FAQ here, and our full list of policies here. Tables will go fast, so sign up now if you want to sell your wares at the largest gathering of bronies ever!