Artists Writers & Artisans Studios (AWA Studios), an independent graphic fiction publisher with the biggest names in comics and film–including J. Michael Straczynski, Mike Deodato Jr., Garth Ennis, Steve Epting, and Frank Cho–is set to exhibit at C2E2 Booth #626 on December 10-12th, 2021. 

Despite the global crisis, the publisher has consistently put creators first which has led to hit series like THE RESISTANCE and YEAR ZERO making the ICv2: Diamond’s Top 500 Comics charts. In addition, AWA Studios has made waves in the realm of film and tv with the announcement that Warner Bros is set to adapt AWA Studios series CHARIOT by Bryan Edward Hill, Priscilla Petraites, and Marco Lesko.

At C2E2, fans are encouraged to stop at the booth to spin the publisher’s free prize wheel and explore its line of comics and graphic novels, great booth deals, and mystery totes.

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Limited editions of AWA Studios’ Horror-Thriller and Action-Adventure Preview Ashcans will be available at the booth.

On Saturday, December 11th at 2PM, ARCHANGEL 8 creator Michael Moreci (STAR WARS ADVENTURES, CURSE, BURNING FIELDS) will be present to meet and greet fans and sign comics for free! Be sure to line up early!

, AWA Studios heads to C2E2, The Indie Comix Dispatch

AWA Studios hopes to see you at C2E2 Booth #626 this weekend.

About AWA
AWA was founded by former Marvel executives Bill Jemas and Axel Alonso, and is chaired by Jon Miller. The company is backed by Lupa Systems, Sister and Lightspeed. Armed with some of the freshest and most critically-acclaimed graphic fiction in a generation, AWA has established itself as an industry leader in terms of its relationship with artists and writers by providing creators the freedom, incentive structure and editorial support to pursue their boldest, most original and socially relevant work. AWA has assembled a lineup of the world’s most renowned comic book talent, including such creators as J. Michael Straczynski, Frank Cho, Garth Ennis, Mike Deodato Jr., Christa Faust, and many more. With the formation of AWA Studios, the company is building a distinct array of new cutting-edge film and TV projects anchored in its burgeoning library of groundbreaking stories. Helmed by Hollywood veteran Zach Studin, AWA Studios recently announced its first project, CHARIOT, an event feature film, based on the AWA graphic novel by Bryan Edward Hill that Warner Bros. secured after competitive bidding for Joseph Kosinski (Top Gun: Maverick) to direct, with 21 Laps producing.