Posted on June 4th, 2014
Bridge City Comics is proud to announce our Big Trouble in Little China Screening and Signing with Eric Powell and Brian Churilla on Sunday, June 15, 2014 at the Hollywood Theater! A screening of the 1986 film will begin at 7 pm, and will be followed by a comic book signing in the Hollywood Theatre's lobby.
Eric Powell (writer) and Brian Churilla (artist) will be signing copies of Big Trouble in Little China #1in the lobby after the movie. Copies of the comic book will be on sale ($4) at the theater during the showing, as well as a limited print featuring Eric's Big Trouble artwork ($10).
Sketches will be at the discretion of the guests.
Tickets for the movie will be available at the Hollywood Theater and through their website. Bridge City Comics is offering a special, limited ticket package featuring a ticket to the movie, a copy of the comic book and the limited print for $20.
About Big Trouble in Little China #1:
BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA is one of our favorite cult-classic films because it mashed together '80s action and supernatural fantasy movies with '70s kung-fu flicks. This is the first time any new BIG TROUBLE stories have been told, and we have the film's original directer, John Carpenter, working with Eric Powell (THE GOON) on the story. You can't beat that! Jack Burton, a macho, truck-driving adventurer, finds a stowaway hiding on his rig, "The Pork Chop Express", but that soon becomes the least of his troubles. He helped his best friend Wang save his fiancee from the clutches of a demon, but now the wedding has been invaded by more evil forces with one thing on their minds -- revenge against Jack Burton!
Purchase our deluxe ticket package to the Big Trouble in Little China Screening and Signing with Eric Powell and Brian Churilla here! Sorry; online sales have closed.
The package costs $20 and includes:
1 ticket to the screening (an $8 value)
1 copy of the Big Trouble in Little China #1 comic book (a $4 value)
1 limited edition 11"x17" print created especially for this event, featuring Eric Powell's artwork (a $10 value).
Regular tickets may be purchased at the Hollywood Theater box office or through their website: