Official Press Release
Fusion Publishing, the publisher for Play Magazine and Geek Monthly Magazine, has teamed up with Radical Publishing to send one lucky winner and friend on an all expense paid trip to the 2008 San Diego Comic-Con along with a prize package of posters, limited edition books, Radical brand T-Shirts, Hats, Sweatshirts and a free one year Radical Comics subscription.
“This is our way of giving back to the fans that have supported us since our debut at last year’s San Diego Comic-Con.” states Radical Publishing’s President and Publisher, Barry Levine. “The support for our debut titles, Hercules: The Thracian Wars and Caliber: First Canon of Justice has been amazing and we want to show our appreciation to all the fans. We are happy to be working with Fusion Publishing in making this contest a reality. Radical is going all out at San Diego with another contest with Fusion Publishing, a Friday Comic-Con panel, signing schedule that includes Jim Steranko, Yoshitaka Amano, Steve Niles, Arthur Suydam , a FREE daily raffle with prizes that include an iPhone, and some very special announcements.”
To participate in the random drawing for an all expense paid trip to Comic-Con, simply go to either www.playmagazine.com or www.geekmonthly.com and click on the link to the contest showcased on the front page. On the contest page, fill out the information and submit. Contest ends this Friday, July 11th and the winner will be notified before July 14th.
“Can work really be this much fun??” jokes Shawn Sanders, Fusion’s Executive Director, Integrated Business. “This is exactly the type of work that makes me feel like a kid in a candy store…or rather a comic book shop. Radical has been and are continuing to pump out top-notch products from some of the industry’s best and brightest. Partnering with them on a major event like San Diego Comic-con has been both an honor and a pleasure.”
For those already with plans for Comic-Con, Fusion Publishing is giving away one Sony PSP and a Radical Publishing prize package worth over $500. To register for the free Sony PSP and Radical prizes, visit Fusion Publishing at booth #4512 for details
For those interested in registering for Radical’s FREE daily raffle with prizes that include an iPhone, Radical clothing, books and posters, visit Radical Publishing at booth #2806 to receive your FREE raffle ticket.
About Radical Publishing
Radical Publishing is founded by BARRY LEVINE (Producer for Rogue Pictures’ BLOOD ON THE TRACKS, Executive Producer for the in development Warner Brothers’ REX MUNDI movie, written by JIM UHLS, starring JOHNNY DEPP and Universal Pictures’ R.I.P.D), his protege JESSE BERGER, and longtime writer/publisher DAVID ELLIOTT (Atomeka Press and Tundra Publishing).
Radical Publishing is bringing the best in writing, storytelling and fully-painted cover and interior artwork to the global comic book market by prominent international talents such as YOSHITAKA AMANO, JOHN BOLTON, LUIS ROYO, JIM STERANKO, STEVE NILES, IAN EDGINTON, STEVE MOORE, SAM SARKAR, STJEPAN SEJIC, DAVE WILKINS, STEVE PUGH, JAMES HEFFRON, TOMM COKER, CLAYTON CRAIN, BILL SIENKIEWICZ, WETA WORKSHOP, IMAGINARY FRIENDS STUDIOS, and many more.
About Fusion Publishing
Fusion Publishing, Inc. is the publisher of GEEK Monthly and our flagship brand – PLAY Magazine. PLAY Magazine Presents: Girls of Gaming and Playmagazine.com (PLAY.Online).
Founded by industry veteran – Dave Halverson, Fusion took its first breath in the winter of 1999 with the goal of producing the first pop-culture focused multi-media publication aimed at the emerging teen-to-adult audience. Fusion Publishing is devoted to quality entertainment across all genres and age demographics with an emphasis on video games, anime, movies and comics. Collectively our brands embrace and blanket the aforementioned industries with a confluence of creative talent who are passionate about everything they produce regarding entertainment. From our editors to our amazing designers, Fusion is the culmination of many years of dedication to the gamut of entertainment mediums.