Posted by Jay on March 13, 2013 at 11:38 AM CST
Rebel Reader Zeke writes in:

I found some news about an upcoming Star Wars Legacy #1 Phantom Variant & Signing that may be of interest.

Collector's Paradise in Canoga Park, CA, the Los Angeles Area Phantom Variant store, is hosting the Official Release event for the new comic book series, Star Wars Legacy #1, with artist Gabriel Hardman, writer Corinna Bechko and cover artist Dave Wilkins. The event is on Saturday, March 23rd, from 12pm to 3pm. In addition to the creative team, they will have an EXCLUSIVE PRINT only available at this event, plus the Phantom Variant cover, available only at the Collector’s Paradise stores in the Los Angeles area (Canoga Park and Pasadena).

Also, during the release event, they'll be producing two limited edition signed comics by the creative team, with Certificates of Authenticity. One for the Phantom Variant Cover, and the other one for the Regular Dave Wilkins Cover. Each edition is limited to 100 copies, signed by the team and certified by Collector’s Paradise. Fans can pre-order these already from their online store, to be shipped out right after the signing. Phantom Variant for Star Wars Legacy #1 (both regular [unsigned] and signed), & Regular Dave Wilkins Cover Signed Edition

Plus attendees can go to the Facebook RSVP Page for the Star Wars Legacy Release Event and let them know you're coming.

UPDATE: Writer/Artist Gabriel Hardman writes in to let everyone know of the the other signings that he, co-writer Corrina Bechko, and cover artist Dave Wilkins will be having this month. Besides the aforementioned one on Saturday 3/23, you can also catch them in Anaheim at Beach Ball Comics on 3/20 and at WonderCon, also in Anaheim, on 3/31. The full details are over at Gabriel's blog.
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