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Find me at Detroit Fanfare this weekend!

23 Oct
Detroit Fanfare

Don’t miss Detroit Fanfare, one of the best comic shows in town!

This weekend is the big-one for K-Mo. It’s Detroit Fanfare season! This is one of my favorite shows to go to because the second year of the show was the first convention I ever had a table at.  If you like comic conventions with a dedicated focus on comics and comic creators, then you don’t want to miss this one! And for only $20 for the weekend, it’s practically a steal.

I am proud to say that I attended the first-ever Detroit Fanfare convention, but as a con-goer, not a creator. There I got to meet Stan Lee for the first time and I got to sit in on a live discussion of Write or Wrong by the incomparable Dirk Manning.  That was a game-changing convention in the course of my career and the very next year I was set up at Detroit Fanfare with my trusty artist partner, Jesse Hughes selling our very first issue of Science Girl.

This is my third year at Fanfare and though I won’t be premiering any new books this year, I will have plenty of copies of Science Girl and Saturday Morning Snack Attack! on sale. Come by, say hi and participate in the coolest convention in town.

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Comic Book Wednesday: Flying Solo

12 Sep Flying Solo Page 2
Flying Solo Pin-Up

Lucy the Pink Falcon Sentinel from FLYING SOLO.
Art by Edwin Domingo

Today I’m proud to introduce the final story in the SATURDAY MORNING SNACK ATTACK! anthology– FLYING SOLO with art by Edwin Domingo and story by K-Mo!

FLYING SOLO features a team of multi-colored costumed heroes called Super Sentinel Taskforce, who are an homage to Power Rangers, Super Sentai and Gatchaman.  When the Pink Falcon Sentinel starts to feel like she’s not being used to the best of her abilities, she quits the team to forge her own path– right before a devastating monster attack.

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Comic Book Wednesday: My Demonic Sweet 16

29 Aug My Demonic Sweet 16 Page 1
Bea Texting

Bea from MY DEMONIC SWEET 16 uses her powers for the first time.
Art by Johnny Whaam

If you loved “Sabrina the Teenage Witch” as a kid, but hated that the show never featured any Lovecraftian monsters, then you’re going to be excited to read the third story in the SATURDAY MORNING SNACK ATTACK! anthology– MY DEMONIC SWEET 16 with art by Johnny Whaam and story by yours truly.

Bea is your average teenage girl– meaning she’s kind of a douche sometimes. On her 16th birthday she discovers that all the women in her family are sorceresses and that her powers are awakening.  However, when she goes out of control using her magical abilities to get everything she ever wanted, she draws the attention of an interdimensional magic-eating demon. Continue reading

Comic Book Wednesday: Introducing Saturday Morning Snack Attack!

27 Jun The Initiation Page 2

K is for K-MoSince Wednesday is the day that new comic books come out, I generally use Wednesday as my go-to day for working on comic books. I figure, since I’ve already got comics on the brain, it’s not hard to work up the gumption to make sure all my comic projects are chugging along nicely.

As part of the weekly process, I’d like to bring Comic Book Wednesday to the blog and document some of the progress I’ve been making in my career. This way, when I make my meteoric rise to the top of the charts, they’ll have plenty of material to use to make my 3-D documentary/live concert movie.

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Team Science at Green Brain Comics

29 Oct
Green Brain Comics

Meet Team Science at Green Brain Comics in Dearborn!

If you’re in the Metro Detroit area, stop by Green Brain Comics in beautiful downtown Dearborn on Wednesday, November 16th from 4:oo-7:00 PM and pick up your copy of Science Girl #1!

Team Science– that’s myself and artist Jesse Hughes— will be signing copies of our premiere issue of Science Girl. Following the signing is the monthly Green Brain Art Jam, so come for the science and stay for the arts!

Green Brain Comics is located at 13210 Michigan Ave., on the corner of Jonathan Street in Dearborn MI. Green Brain Comics was voted Best Comic Book Store in the Metro Detroit area four years in a row by the readers of Metro Times.

Click here for directions.

K is for Komics

4 Nov

Greetings readers and welcome to K is for Komics, the online home of Kris Moore, writer of Science Girl and other comics.

When my parents decided to name me Kris-with-a-K instead of Chris-with-a-Ch, they didn’t realize I’d be correcting strangers on the spelling of my name, and in some cases even my gender. They probably didn’t realize I’d turn out to be as unique as the spelling of my name, either.

I realized that I wanted to write at the early age of eight and since then I’ve pursued that goal with diligence. I received a degree in English with a concentration in creative writing and have gone on to lead a successful professional writing career.

My primary interest lies in comics and graphic novels, however I write pretty much anything under the sun– from web cartoons to editorials.  This website serves as the gateway to all things K-Mo, so come in and enjoy yourself!

 

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