Comic Book Challenge 2006 Winner DJ Coffman Unveiled 'Hero By Night' at Wizard World Los Angeles LOS ANGELES, March 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Platinum Studios, an entertainment media company that controls the world's largest independent library of comic book characters, today presents the return of the Comic Book Challenge (http://www.
What does WWLA stand for?
WWLA stands for Wizard World Los Angeles (comic book convention)
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Thousands of comic book fans will line up at the Long Beach Convention Center this weekend just to have their books graded by Comics Guaranty, LLC (CGC) during the popular Wizard World Los Angeles Comics Show, March 18-20.
Previously vice president of business development, in his new role as associate publisher of Wizard: The Comics Magazine, ToyFare: The Toy Magazine, InQuest Gamer, and Anime Insider, Felton will now focus on leveraging Wizard Entertainment and Wizard World Conventions assets as tools for the company's marketing partners to reach their desired audiences -- namely males aged 16-34 -- including all of the print and online publications, plus Wizard World Los Angeles, Wizard World Philadelphia, Wizard World Chicago and Wizard World Texas.