It was great to be back after missing out on last year’s Baltimore Comic-Con. The first day was great! It was nice to have it start on a Friday because it wasn’t too crowded. I met an indie comic creator, an indie manga creator, saw some cosplay, spoke with a commission artist, and saw some panels. I also interviewed two others that I’ll be returning to later – hopefully tomorrow. Below are some more images from Day 1.

 

BCC VIP Entrance
BCC VIP Entrance
VIP at BCC
VIP at BCC

 

Entrance to Baltimore Comic-Con
Entrance to Baltimore Comic-Con

 

Yearbooks for Sale
Yearbooks for Sale

 

Baltimore Comic-Con T-Shirts
Baltimore Comic-Con T-Shirts

 

VIP Members Enter
VIP Members Enter

 

BOOM Studios
BOOM Studios

 

Custom SNES Carts!
Custom SNES Carts!

 

Gail Simone signs and speaks to fans
Gail Simone signs and speaks to fans

 

Dave Gibbons chats with fans
Dave Gibbons chats with fans

 

James Tynion IV and a fan
James Tynion IV and a fan

 

Artist Brothers
Artist Brothers – The guy on the left has worked on Adventure Time. The guy on the right created the characters for ARCHER!

 

Artist Brothers
Artist Brothers

 

Greg Capullo Signing Comics
Greg Capullo Signing Comics

 

Artist
Artist – The image on the top left kinda takes the Spider-Man metaphor to the final, explicit conclusion, doesn’t it?

 

Mark Waid signs comics for fan
Mark Waid signs comics for fan

By Eric Mesa

Eric was an avid comic reader in the late 1990s. He then took a hiatus from comic reading until 2011 when he dove head-first back into comics. Back in the 90s Eric only read Marvel comics although he loved Batman: The Animated Series. After a 2 year dalliance (2011-2013) with Marvel and DC, Eric now almost exclusively reads Image Comics.

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