Hey Baltimare: Eisner-Award winning artist Sara Richard coming to BronyCon!

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As usual, BronyCon is bringing the awesome.  Tonight, it looks like award-winning artist Sara Richard is coming to BronyCon this year!  Not only does she have mad skills with the ponies, but she’s done awesome work for Deadpool, Ghostbusters, and I’m dying to get my hands on a copy of the DC Justice League Tarot Card set.

Read on for the full press release – and see you ponies at BronyCon!

Press Release

(BALTIMORE)—Get your paint brushes ready as BronyCon is excited to announce that My Little Pony comic artist Sara Richard will be in attendance at the Baltimore Convention Center July 8-10!
Sara Richard is an Eisner Award nominated artist. The nominated book, “Kitty & Dino” (Yen Press) was her first children’s book with more to come in the future. Sara is a frequent cover artist for IDW’s My Little Pony and Jem and the Hologram series, with her artwork also appearing in Ghostbusters (IDW) and a variant cover for Deadpool (Marvel). Sara is also the artist on the new DC Justice League Tarot Card set (DC Comics). You can also see her cover for the 2016 Free Comic Book Day issue of Dynamite’s Bob’s Burgers comic series.
To learn more about Sara Richard and other guests coming to Baltimore this Summer, visit BronyCon’s guest page.
To register for this event, visit BronyCon’s registration page. Badges for BronyCon will cost more at the door, so don’t wait! Also make sure you are following BronyCon on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Google+ to be the first to hear our latest announcements.
About BronyCon:  Based in Baltimore, Md., BronyCon is the premiere convention for My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic fans of all ages that draws over 10,000 attendees from all over the world. This year’s event, scheduled for July 8-10, 2016 at the Baltimore Convention Center, will celebrate the five-year anniversary of BronyCon. The convention features special guests, diverse programming and a multi-night music festival. For more information, check out bronycon.org.
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