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
I attended three great panels on the first day and brought back some not-so-great audio. At least on the first two, I forgot to change the settings from “They’re right here” to “They’re over there” so I had to amplify it and, in the process,
When you come to Baltimore Comic-Con, one thing you see a lot of in Artists Alley is the commission artist. But Robert Quill was a little different than the others. For one thing, his booth wasn’t full of images of the usual characters. For another,
What’s the best part of any comic convention? Cosplay! Here’s the cosplay I saw on day 1!
I have a huge soft spot for manga. There was a time where I’d grown tired of the usual Super Hero output from the Big Two, but we didn’t have an easy outlet for indie publishers like we do now. Manga provided all those genres
One of my favorite things about Baltimore Comic-Con is that, unlike some of the larger cons, it’s still all about comics. And Baltimore Comic-Con is organized so that the indie creators and established creators are in the same spaces. This allows attendees to learn about
I’ll be live-blogging from the show floor while I’m there today. This page will update as I add new posts. [liveblog]
I couldn’t attend Baltimore Comic-Con last year because of family commitments, but I did attend in 2012 and had a blast. If you’re in the region, I highly recommend attending. As you’ll see below, you get the same top talent as you would at New