Nimpentoad authors at Comic-Con

Josh and Harrison Herz with Mouse Guard author/illustrator David Petersen.

Carmel Valley residents Henry Herz and his young co-authors  (sons Josh and Harrison) of the kids’ fantasy book Nimpentoad were at the recent San Diego Comic-Con, where the Lord of the Rings fansite TheOneRing.net gave away signed copies of Nimpentoad.

The authors had a great time meeting Mouse Guard author/illustrator David Petersen, Age of Bronze author/illustrator Eric Shanower, Star Wars cartoon illustrator Grant Gould, Sir Richard Taylor (head of Peter Jackson’s prop company, Weta), and the three trolls from the upcoming Hobbit movie.

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  2. Carmel Valley father and sons produce children’s fantasy book
  3. Authors discuss autism
  4. Solana Beach Library event to host local authors
  5. Meet local artists, authors at Arts In Bloom event

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