Well, Comicon is over, and it’s back to the grind…….. Man it was a busy and exhausting 5 days, but well worth it. I always come back from these conventions pumped up and ready to make more comics! Mike and I met a lot of really great new friends, and got a chance to hang out with some old friends too. (pictured above is Mike and I with Jesse Labbe and Anthony Coffey, of Berona’s War fame).
A special shout out goes to Troy Little, who was nominated for an Eisner award this year in the ‘best graphic novel for teens’ catagory, for his comic Angora Napkin! Although he didn’t win, he had my vote.
Like all conventions, we did a bunch of free sketches for the fine folks who purchased Spy Guy and Possum comics. Here’s a few of them:
As always, Spy Guy was drawn by Mike Kitchen, and The Possum by yours truly.
We took a lot of video during the convention as well, so keep an eye out for a Comicon 2010 Video Blog coming soon, much like our Wondercon Video Blog. (There’s also a S.P.A.C.E. Video Blog that is 99% finished too, which should be online shortly as well!)
So sorry I didn’t get a chance to see you and Mike. I actually wasn’t able to make it down to San Diego this year. But it sounds like guys had a great time, and I’m looking forward to your video blog about it.
All the best!