Jerry DeCaire, illustrator for Marvel’s ‘Deadpool & the Secret Defenders’ and many other popular titles, is now presenting at Comic Store West in York, PA Saturday, the 5th of August from 2:30 PM -6:00 PM.
DeCaire shows how comic art rises to performance art in a unique, live presentation that has been presented to over quarter-of-a-million students since 2013. The artist will also be signing his 2017 book Deadpool & the Secret Defenders; 2017’s Wolverine: Weapon X Unbound; 2015’s Deadpool Classic Companion; and virtually any back issue ranging from Wolverine, X-Men, Hawkeye, Thor, Nick Fury: Agent of Shield and other older back issues for Marvel and smaller independent publishing houses.
DeCaire’s independent ventures include The Phantom, Green Hornet and Kato, Cisco Kid, and comic-book adaptations for popular RPG characters in the White-Wolf line such as Vampire the Masquerade and Werewolf the Apocalypse. The artist’s work has been published in 38 countries worldwide and has drawn the attention of ‘Fantasy Art Magazine’—China’s widest distribution magazine of its genre. Their article focused on Western Artists of which DeCaire was one of several to serve as an exemplar. DeCaire’s eight-page spot was entitled ‘Why Paint?’—a question referencing the details of DeCaire’s line art which stands on its own.
DeCaire is currently writing and illustrating a philosophy book on consciousness: God’s In Men. The artist is collaborating with the esteemed number-one bestselling author Eben Alexander whose Proof of Heaven story has been shared on Dr. Oz, Oprah Winfrey, and has also graced the cover of Newsweek Magazine. Eben’s story has had quite a global impact and has invited considerable controversy amongst the ranks of both theists and atheists. DeCaire will be available for any questions and even criticisms about the idealist philosophy he defends.