‘The Nightmare Before Christmas: Zero’s Journey’ Finishes SDCC Adorably

Writer D.J Milky and colorist Dan Conner were on hand at SDCC with Moderator/Copy-Editor Kae Winters to discuss their TokyoPop graphic novel “The Nightmare Before Christmas: Zero’s Journey.” This story focuses on the ghost-dog of Jack Skellington, Zero, is his own adventure. The series run is currently on issue 12 and the 20-issue series will be collected into 4 collected graphic novels as well as a Collector’s Edition which will contain all 20 issues. Issues had sold out at the TokyoPop booth early on in the convention and even though this was the last panel of the show, there was still a great turnout of fans looking for more information and the chance to see some upcoming art from the series.

SDCC Synopsis: Hear from the team behind The Nightmare Before Christmas: Zero’s Journey graphic novel series to learn about the comic’s creative process. They’ll be talking about the film that started it all, how it inspired this new story, and what it’s like working with such an influential property.

 

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