San Francisco's world-famous comic book mecca, Isotope the Comic Book Lounge is the epicenter for comics coolness. The home of unique events with the industry's biggest names and some of the smallest, too. Including: Grant Morrison, Jim Lee, Eric Powell, JH Williams, Ian Gibson, MC Chris, Dave Johnson, Steve Niles, Warren Ellis, Ed Brubaker, Robert Kirkman, Darick Robertson, Erik Larsen, Brian K. Vaughan, Tony Harris, Joe Casey, Tom Beland, Rick Remender, Brian Wood, B. Clay Moore, Brett Warnock, Adam Beechen, Andrew Boyd, Ms Monster, Eric Stephenson, Pine-am, Bill Willingham, Jason McNamara, Batton Lash, Jackie Estrada, Rob Osborne, Tony Talbert, Kirsten Baldock, JW Cotter, Danica Novgorodoff
Isotope the comic book lounge features the love for the comics with world class comic book pimps, the Isotope Award for Excellence in Mini-Comics, and popular industry mixers
The Staff at Isotope the comic book lounge. Sexy comic nerds and so much more!
Events at Isotope the comic book lounge. Included are unique events like Grant Morrison's International Guide to Living Fabulously, Eric Powell's Monster Mash-Up, Jim Lee & Lee Bermejo All-Star Opening, MC Chris performing live, Ed Brubaker Armwrestling, JH Williams Baccanalia, Brian K. Vaughan & Tony Harris Voter Registration Drive, Pine-am performing live, Steve Niles Zombiefest, Continuity Art Show, Warren Ellis Scotch Tasting, Watermelon Races with Andrew Boyd, Tom Beland Eisner Nomination Bash, Brian Wood Month, APE AFTERMATH
Pictures glorious pictures! Photos and videos of the world's most beautiful comic book store and the sexy cool people who shop here. Jim Lee. Grant Morrison. Eric Powell. PINE*am. MC Chris. Danica Novgorodoff. Alternative Press Expo. Toilet Seats.

Enter your email address to sign up
for the Isotope events mailing list

Powered by

Powered by Blogger



DASH SHAW at the Isotope!

Join us and comic creating genius Dash Shaw in celebration of his latest book BODYWORLD from Pantheon

April 27th 2010 (click here for more info)


Need Driving Directions to the Isotope? Click here!

The Isotope Communique
Daily news and updates by Proprietor James Sime & the Isotope Staff
Subscribe to the site feed.

James Sime's Mobile Twitter Feed - click here for more

Thursday, April 07, 2005

Famous Computer Outlaws
Hack Isotope Virtual Lounge 2.0

The recently launched Isotope Virtual Lounge 2.0 was the latest target to fall victim to the code cracking wizardry of the the much-publicized computer outlaw duo known only as Crash Override and Acid Burn. These notorious computer terrorists made a name for themselves by hacking the telephones in Grand Central Station and digitally breaking into the Gibson supercomputer which was the subject of a 1995 feature-length documentary.

With several dollars devoted each year to security, comic industry messageboards are known as some of the most secure websites of all but over the last several months these outlaw computer anarchists have been proving beyond a shadow of doubt that they are indeed as skilled and dangerous as their reputations would suggest by systematically taking down these unhackable websites with the help of an elite team of hip, smartly dressed, and rebellious anarchist computer prodigies with names like Lord Nikon, Cereal Killer, and Phantom Phreak.

In an effort to keep these individuals from causing any more damage to international security or modern society as we know it the Isotope has included some of the only known photographs of these master criminals. If you have any information regarding these laptop wielding data assassins please contact the US Justice Department's Cybercrimes Division (hope I got that link right).

By the time the Isotope Virtual Lounge hosts at Invison Power Services found out about this disastrous attack against the very foundation of modern life and the security of free worldwide comic discussion, it took a grueling and arduous several minutes to undo the terrible damage these cyber terrorists had wrought. The Isotope is thankful to Senior Technician Stewart Campbell for his hard work.

In Other News: It only took nine days for our new messageboard to become so important that it would warrant the personal time and attention of the most elite hackers to ever walk the Earth? Not bad, people... not bad at all. I think this calls for a champagne toast!