It was once again a very creative year for cosplay at Baltimore Comic-Con. Enjoy photos of the many creative costumes I came across. (note: if you want a higher resolution version, leave a comment below and make sure to put your email address in the
This was not only the first time Comic POW! covered the awards at Baltimore Comic-Con, it’s also the inaugural year of the Ringo Awards. There was a GREAT keynote speech by David Peterson of Mouse Guard. It was also the first time I was able
Join Andrew Maclean, Meredith Finch, Charles Soule, Nikki Ryan, and Justin Jordan to talk about new series they’re starting at Image. Two things emerged from this panel: These creators are fun people whose work I’d love to read These new books sound so great and
The B-Movie, grind-house artwork at Scott Blair’s booth got my attention and I had to talk to him about this Vamps vs Wolves. The conversation wound through cinema, Florida, and Blair’s artistic process on the books. Expect an article on the story in the future!
People trying to get you to come to their table at Comic-Con say all kinds of things. Sometimes it’s funny and other times it’s witty. But not many people in the booths can mention that their comic involves Sean Bean. But that was what I
I LOVE walking around artist alley at Baltimore Comic-Con and discovering all the ways that comics are being creative and stretching beyond the super hero genre. Case in point, Tuskegee Heirs, a comic that takes inspiration from American History and melds it with Big Mech
While walking around the floor of Baltimore Comic-Con 2017 I came across a strange banner for a comic called Teen Boat!. While that drew me in, what made me really want to talk to Green was an image from his book, Hippopotamister. You can visit
Join some creators from the Baltimore-based collective: Bmore Into Comics as they discuss community. This is not just about the fan community, in fact, the meat of this panel is about the community of creators and how they can help support each other and foster
It was Batman Day on Saturday and so a panel of Batman and Bat-Family creatives came together to celebrate. It was the most interactive panel of the weekend and I loved that about it. They mentioned Harley would take over (a reference to Jimmy Palmiotti
Last year I interviewed the winner of the costume contest and that was so much fun, I decided to interview more of the contestants as they were waiting to be judged. Although I Hate Fairyland is still on my to-read pile, I love the aesthetic and
It was Paul Day’s 10th year creating cosplay costumes. This year he decided to go with a gigantic Groot costume. Needless to say, there weren’t any others at the show.
Last year I interviewed the winner of the costume contest and that was so much fun, I decided to interview more of the contestants as they were waiting to be judged. When I saw this guy’s costume, I was very curious who he was cosplaying