Come early for a pre-event signing of “Limited Shits and Only at Meltdown items” from 9-10pm.THIS PARTOF THEEVENING IS FREE TOQUEUE UP FORAND ATTEND! (NO OUTSIDE ITEMS WILL BE SIGNED/ ALLOWED)
BACK SHOWROOM EVENT IS SOLD OUT
One Night Only! Join us for a special evening of some next level shit with Die Antwoord featuring a video marathon with LIVE directors commentary by Ninja and Yo-landi hosted byXeni Jardin (Boing Boing)! The screening will feature “Zefside”, “Enter the Ninja”, “Evil Boy”, “Rich Bitch”, “Fok Julle Naaiers”, “I Fink U Freeky”, “Baby’s On Fire”, “Fatty Boom Boom”, “WAT POMP” and “DIS IZ WHY I’M HOT .”
LAUGHS AHOY! Booze Cruise returns to the Nerdist Theater at Meltdown Comics!
Come sail the high seas as a passenger on Booze Cruise as Ken Shultz (Family Sandwich’s Brad Gage) hosts the ship’s comedy variety show hour featuring an eclectic meld of stand-up, sketch, music and more! The liquory Captain Andy, gin-soaked cougar Blanche Longtunnel and the ship’s mixologist Rick Jippley will be keeping us all afloat.
This month we will be taking a riverboat cruise down the Mississippi entertained by the likes of SEAN O’CONNOR, TAYLOR WILLIAMSON, JERROD CARMICHAEL, KATIE CROWN, POWER VIOLENCE, WOMEN, DEAD KEVIN & MORE!
The famous GRILLED CHEESE TRUCKwill also be in attendance, so come hungry!
Join Jonah Ray (Nerdist Podcast, The Soup, The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail) on Friday January 27th at 8pm as he records his second stand up comedy record “Hello Mr. Magic Plane Person, Hello” for AST Records.
He will provide the comedy, booze, and seats. All you have to do is laugh. Sounds like a good deal to us!
Best of all? This event is FREE! Come on down Monday, December 19th at 8pm!
Huckleberry Finn was a boy with no home. Jim was a runaway robot in search of freedom. Together they embarked upon the adventure of a lifetime.
Mark Twain’s classic text has been a lightning rod for controversy since its first publication in the late nineteenth century, and has consistently been one of the most banned books in schools and libraries across the United States. In an effort to fight the censorship of this iconic piece of literature, editors Gabriel Diani and Etta Devine have removed every instance of the word “n-word” and replaced it with the word “robot.” Complete and unabridged (except for bits here and there), with E.W. Kemble’s original illustrations painstakingly altered by artist Denise Devine to include robots, this bold new edition makes Twain’s timeless work accessible to a whole new generation of readers … without being bogged down by what he wanted to say about racism.
There’s nowhere you’ll want to be other than Meltdown Comics on October 8th at 7pm. Join the Comikaze Expo gang for a bitchin’ good time in support of indie creator, Joey Esposito, and the launch of his new work, Footprints. Thanks to the kind folks at Comikaze Expo, there’ll be an all-out bash with celebs, DJ’s, and random giveaways throughout the evening. Even better, it’s completely free!
Comikaze has a policy of supporting independent artists, and Joey couldn’t be happier to work with them for this party. There will be music, fun and a signing to boot. And of course, the Footprints and Meltdown/NerdMelt gang will be following up the party with a booth at Comikaze Expo from November 5-6 at the LA Convention Center. It’s only $12 a pop for tickets and kids 12 and under are absolutely FREE. When’s the last time you got into a kickass convention for that cheap?
Noir. Comics. Monsters. Adventure. Comedy. All things Footprints, and all things nerd. Join the Meltdown crew, Comikaze and Joey as they tear up the dance floor and celebrate the continued tradition of creator owned comics. If you’re not there, consider yourselves judged.
Joey Esposito signs “FOOTPRINTS” Saturday, Oct. 8th at 7pm Meltdown Comics 7522 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90046
We’ve got some amazing and free events coming up this week, so even if you’re broke, come and hang out with us!
Thursday, June 16th at 8pm – The Yo Gabba Gabba Gallery Closing Show!
This show opened on June 3rd with an enormous party and it’s been massively popular ever since. Come and see the art for the last time on June 16th and even score a few prints from the show! FREE!
Saturday, June 18th at 6pm, it’s the League of Extraordinary Ladies Meetup!
The League of Extraordinary Ladies is hosting their first ever worldwide geek meet-up! The LxL is all about helping geeks find other geeks, and you’ll be partying at the same time as hundreds of nerds around the world. Fun. Food truck. Prizes. Fellow geeks. Be there. FREE!
Sunday, June 19th from 2pm to 5pm, it’s Comic Book Sunday’s Comic Book Hangout!
Bring your comics and your geek card and let’s have some fun at the coolest comic shop in Hollywood…Meltdown Comics!!! 10% discount off of everything in the store!!! PixelDrip Gallery will be doing another pop up art show, this month with the theme of SUMMER MOVIES. It’s going to be a blast!! And again, FREE!
MARCH 21, 2010 (Sun.):
GENRE OUTLAWS: FICTION WITHOUT BORDERS
Steve Niles, Comics Author of “City of Dust” and “Thirty Days of Night” Linda O. Johnston, Author of the Kendra Ballantyne Pet-Sitter Mysteries Matt Wallace, Nebula and Bram Stoker Award Nominee
Moderator: CHRISTA FAUST (Edgar Nominee)
2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Refreshments Will Be Served
7522 Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90046
Admission is Free with RSVP
Wednesday October 7th, 8pm Meltdown Comics Gallery
7522 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles CA 90046
p. 323.851.7223 “Meltdown Comics is one of the true champions of indie-art culture, and I couldn’t be happier that they’re hosting Godkiller’s first public screening,” said Matt Pizzolo, Godkiller’s writer-director. “When I first visited LA and wondered if I could actually move here, I wound up at Meltdown and decided ‘okay, I can live in any town with a comic shop this awesome.’ Meltdown represents the bleeding edge of media, so the fact they’re supporting Godkiller is incredibly exciting to me.”
A post-nuke odyssey about a young boy venturing into the savage land of Outer City on a quest to find a new heart for his dying sister, Godkiller was directed by award-winning filmmaker Matt Pizzolo based on the graphic novel he created with illustrator Anna Muckcracker.
The dark, unrated film pioneers a new style of animation called ‘illustrated-films,’ developed by Pizzolo with his producing partner, Emmy-winner Brian Giberson. Utilizing the comic book’s sequential illustrations, the filmmakers add 3-D cgi, motion graphics, elaborate sound design, and dramatic voice performances for an edgy, sophisticated, intricately detailed new form of animation. Danielle Harris told iF Magazine “its more like moving art than animation, with very good writing.” Upcoming illustrated-films from Halo-8 include Tim Seeley’s Loaded Bible and James Farr’s Xombie: Reanimated.
The trailer is posted on Halo8.tv and available for easy embedding.