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Project London is a feature-length, science-fiction, action-adventure movie with 774 visual effects made by over 250 volunteers.
Created by

Phil McCoy

590 backers pledged $22,489 to help bring this project to life.

Jen Page Will Sign Autographs at Emerald City Comicon


Meet actress, Jen Page one of the stars of Project London at the Emerald City Comicon, March 28-30 at the Washington State Convention Center. Stop by the Project London booth in the Artist Alley (table Q-11) to check out the shockingly low prices on disks, posters and books–exclusively for show attendees. The price slashing is going to be dramatic, up to 50% lower than the prices posted on selected items in our web store.

One of the really cool things that Jen can sign for you is the Project London artwork accepted into this year’s ECCC Monsters & Dames Artbook. Every year, this book is use to raise funds for Seattle Children’s Hospital, a premier child health care & pediatric center. This beautiful book is limited to 1150 individually numbered copies, the 2014 Monster & Dames collection is a full-color, 9″x12″ 80-page hardcover art book featuring contributions from guests and artists of the 2014 Emerald City Comicon. It’s available for sale at the Merchandise Booth at ECCC, for $30.

Jen Page is scheduled to be at our booth (Artist Alley Q-11) at these times:

  • Friday: 5pm to 6pm
  • Saturday: 3pm to 4pm
  • Sunday: 2pm to 3pm

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    1. Creator Rob MacLennan on March 13, 2014

      Curse my Eastern Canada residency! All the coolest stuff happens on the Left Coast :(