The HAWKEN Art Attack features concept art from the Mech shooter.
Meteor Entertainment continues to expand its transmedia approach for HAWKEN with an art show at this year’s Emerald City Comic Con. HAWKEN Art Attack will feature interpretations of the HAWKEN world by locally and internationally acclaimed artists: Khang Le -HAWKEN concept developer & lead artist; Camilla d'Errico – published artist in High Fructose, Juxtapoz & Dark Horse; Ben Templesmith – artist for FELL, 30 Days of Night, TOME & Batman; Andrew Bawidamann - Pin-up master & bladesmith; Dear Earthling - Master of allegorical, illustrative art; Weirdo - Street graffiti god & one of "Seattle's Most Influential People"; Brook Meinhardt - artist featured in Rolling Stone, The New Yorker, Time & MTV; Justin Hampton – artist who created posters for Soundgarden, Snoop Dogg & Queens of the Stone Age; and Tim Sale - Eisner Award-winning comic artist, Batman, Superman, Daredevil, Heroes & The Hulk.
The show will be open the entire weekend of ECCC at Vermillion, located at 1508 11th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122. For art show hours, artist-signing schedules, ECCC attendee drink specials, and more information visit www.playhawken.com/ECCC2013.
HAWKEN is a free-to-play multiplayer mech first-person shooter developed by Adhesive Games and published by Meteor Entertainment. The game creates an intense and enjoyable battle experience that captures the feeling of piloting a heavy war machine while keeping the action fast-paced and strategic. HAWKEN brings the quality of a AAA title to the free-to-play sector. HAWKEN’s back-story will start to be revealed in the upcoming original graphic novel HAWKEN: GENESIS, which will be available at ECCC.