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Hi-Fructose x San Diego Comic-Con Artist Signing Schedule

San Diego Comic-Con is upon us and Hi-Fructose is excited to make an appearance for the 8th year in a row, bringing you exclusive prints and artist signings! This year, we're releasing four prints: "Keeper" and "Things Unsaid" by Audrey Kawasaki (HF Vol. 25 cover artist), "Pancakes" by Junko Mizuno (HF Vol. 23 cover artist) and "Red Skull" by Luke Chueh (featured in HF Vol. 24). We'll be located at booth #1616, hosted by Last Gasp, July 18 through July 21, and Hi-Fructose Collected books and magazines will be available at the booth. See our artist signing schedule and some images of our exclusive prints after the jump!

San Diego Comic-Con is upon us and Hi-Fructose is excited to make an appearance for the 8th year in a row, bringing you exclusive prints and artist signings! This year, we’re releasing four prints: “Keeper” and “Things Unsaid” by Audrey Kawasaki (HF Vol. 25 cover artist), “Pancakes” by Junko Mizuno (HF Vol. 23 cover artist) and “Red Skull” by Luke Chueh (featured in HF Vol. 24). We’ll be located at booth #1616, hosted by Last Gasp, July 18 through July 21, and Hi-Fructose Collected books and magazines will be available at the booth. See our artist signing schedule and some images of our exclusive prints below.

Thursday 7/18
Luke Chueh – 2pm – 3pm. Signing Hi-Fructose exclusive wood print, “Red Skull.”

Friday 7/19
Audrey Kawasaki – 11am – 3pm (break from 1 – 2pm). Signing Hi-Fructose exclusive print, “Keeper.”
Junko Mizuno – 3pm – 5pm. Signing Hi-Fructose exclusive print, “Pancakes” and copies of her new Last Gasp-published book, “Pelu: Little Fluffy Gigolo, Vol. 2.″

Saturday 7/20
Audrey Kawasaki – 11am – 3pm (break from 1 – 2pm). Signing Hi-Fructose exclusive print, “Things Unsaid.”

Please Note: Signings are restricted to only the SDCC Exclusive items, Hi-Fructose Collected Books and Hi-Fructose Magazines which will be made available at the booth. Time is limited, so please no sketchbooks or custom figures. See Booth attendees for any questions prior to the signing. Restrictions/limits/details may change without notice and we reserve the right to refuse service to any attendee.

Keeper by Audrey Kawasaki, 18″x18″ (with 1/8″ white border included), edition of 200, $150.

Things Unsaid by Audrey Kawasaki, 14″x22 3/4″ (with 1/8″ white border included), edition of 200, $140.

“Red Skull” by Luke Chueh, 12”x15” screenprint on birch wood, edition of 50, $75.

“Pancakes” by Junko Mizuno, 14”x17” screenprint on wood, edition of 50, $125.

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