A few of the sights this year at
in Chicago. C2E2
Line queuing up to enter Friday.
Me looking all serious at my table in Artist Alley.
Didn’t get much time to leave my table, but touched base with a couple people….
Tom Richmond and his wife, Anna.
Wanted to touch base with
but I hit him at a time when his table was crazy busy.
He was kind enough to give Sally Forth a shout out on Twitter
when we featured Hillary dressed up as his version of Batgirl.
Ashleigh Popplewell took time out her hectic schedule to visit my booth.
We had tables next to each other back in 2012, where she gave gave some great pointers – like using the iPad for quick and easy reference.
Ashleigh back in 2012.
And this year I got to sit next to one of my favorite artists,
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Fantastic to just shoot the sh*t during free moments here and there – great guy!
An added bonus this year was being able to meet up with fellow Kubert School alum
She’s currently promoting her new Kickstarter project
Written by Tom Stillwell – color art by Zac Atkinson.
Zac Atkinson and Jessica Lynn.
My preview copy of Fangirl – signed by the artist!
One of my favorite things to do at comic cons is see original art – here are just a couple from dealer
Could fill several blogs with the cosplay there. Here was a personal favorite…
Twins from the Shining.
Their was a fun list of celebrities there, but as mentioned
I didn’t have a lot of time on my hands for circulating.
Time permitting I would have stopped by to see Agent Carter’s Hayley Atwell.
I’m sure with how busy her schedule was she feels the same regret about not being able to stop by to see me.
Hayley Atwell as Agent Carter
Last but not least, the great thing about C2E2 is finding out about new artists.
Here’s Batman artist, Joaquin Orta. He was kind enough to stop by my table where we traded tips of the trade.
All for now – deadlines looming.
A special thanks to everyone who took the time to stop by my table.
Here’s looking forward to C2E2 2016!