The Chemistry Set at New York Comic-Con

Official Press Release

New York City, NY – Webcomics collective The Chemistry Set is please to announce that it will be displaying at the 2007 New York Comicon taking place at the Javits Center in New York City on February 23rd through February 25th at booth A239 in the Artist Alley.

The Chemistry Set members scheduled for attending New York ComicCon are: Neil Kleid and Kevin Colden of Todt Hill, Vito Delsante of Stuck, Steven Goldman of Styx Taxi, Elizabeth Genco of Scheherazade and Hyeondo Park of Come The Dawn. There will be copies of the group's various print comic work, as well as review copies of the webcomics online. Stop by the booth for specific hours for each creator.

The Chemistry Set is thrilled to announce that there will also be a grand prize giveaway of a complete set of print comics work by all members of the collective – numbering over 35 single issues, graphic novels and even a Come The Dawn art print from Hyeondo Park. Entry details will be at our booth, and the winner will be announced after the convention at chemsetcomics.com.

"Stop by The Chemistry Set's table at the New York Comic-Con and you could win a cornucopia of comics, minicomics and zines from every contributor on the site!" said Steven Goldman, writer of Styx Taxi, which appears each Thursday. "From urban fantasy to politics, from autobiography to bear suits, from art comics to crazy papers, you couldn't get more entertainment without taking one of them home."

THE CHEMISTRY SET is a collective of creators bonded together to bring free independent comics to the masses. Every day at

www.chemsetcomics.com, readers will be treated to new comics by some of the hottest and most talented up-and-coming creators in the medium. Counting two Xeric Award winners and over 30 years of comics writing experience between the group, members of The Chemistry Set have written for Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Image Comics, Puffin Graphics, Random House, NBM Publishing, Oni Press, SLG Publishing and many more. Observe the chemistry between writers, artists, and across teams as we

combine individual creative elements to build dynamic compounds through the art and science of collaboration. The readers will be part of the equation as well, with the ability to comment on the comics as the stories progress. Join us at THE CHEMISTRY SET, and be part of the experiment.

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