by Dan Gibson
If you're heading to the Tucson Comic-Con this weekend (and you should, because admission is cheap and it'll be a lot of fun), be sure to look for Range contributor/Best of Tucsontm honoree Eric Esquivel, who will be all over the place, talking, signing and selling things, and generally being a cool guy.
Want to ask Eric questions? Catch him at a panel talking to comic book writers, and a panel for a book he worked on, Zombies vs. Cheerleaders.
Below the cut, descriptions of the books he'll be selling and pretty pictures of the covers!
He’s an anachronistic avenger from a time when scientists had balls as big as their bunsen burners—when doctors were savage and justice came swift at the end of two smoking raygun barrels.
Horrible Little People ($12):
Welcome to a world in which ferocious dinosaur costumes conceal doughy little man-children.
Welcome to a world in which folks would rather be HIV positive than self aware.
Welcome to a world of extradimensional rock stars, alt science, and anthropomorphous date rape.
Welcome to Horrible Little People.
Zombies vs. Cheerleaders ($3):
There are essentially two types of folks on this planet: those who coast through life, consuming all they can on their path to the grave—and those who embrace life, cheering on the challenges it presents.