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What happens when beloved fictional characters go away? I’ve been thinking about how much I miss fictional characters when they’re gone – and it all started because some of those lost characters are kind of coming back.
Note: These are all in separate posts, so there were some edits to them while I was posting. There are links to the individual posts at the bottom of this one. If you are so inclined to comment, please comment … Continue reading
Debbie Huey publishes Bumper Boy comics and toys and they are adorable.
Jeannie L.S. Galster is the author and artist of Reverence.
Ben Costa won a Xeric Award
Thien Pham was more into talking about the other artists at his table than his own work.
So, I met Maddox! and his lovely companion, Marie the Lumberjack, this year. Comic Con Gothic
I am a big fan of Sze Jones! Anyone who can draw an octopus girl like that has my worship.
I talked to Bryan “Kaiser” Tillman last year (CCSD 2010 scroll down) and was a total idiot because I know nothing about gaming of any kind except you use these cute dice and cards and everything is so elegant and … Continue reading
Cat Staggs has been doing CCSD Artists’ Alley for seven years. She has a comic in the upcoming Womanthology from IDW in December. She started out in comics doing trading cards. She’s been drawing her whole life and has a … Continue reading
Oh my God, can Katie Cook ever draw! I got a copy of “F*ck you Box,” a mini-comic about her cat’s inner dialog and, um, challenging approach to his environment and I was laughing my ass off reading it on … Continue reading
Sho Murase has been working in animation as a freelance character designer and storyboarder for the past ten years. At this year’s Comic Con, she’s showing and selling her personal work. She was raised in Spain and went to art … Continue reading
Amy Mebberson draws very pretty girls and she had some cool artwork at her table in Artists’ Alley. She’s been a comic book artist since she moved out of animation at Disney at Sydney when it closed in 2006. After … Continue reading
Celine Chapus has been working as an illustrator since 2007, but she’s been drawing her whole life. She decided to pursue this full time after she accidentally walked into a pirate themed store in North Hollywood (Chest of Divas, I … Continue reading
Brett Bean was selling art prints and original commissions. This is his first Comic Con behind the booth. He’s working on a digital comic book. He makes video games, role-playing games; he started out as an environment artist.
Between now and the last time I saw him, Shannon Wheeler shaved off his beard. Then he won an Eisner. Is there a connection? Discuss.
Anthony Hon Was helping promote Wahab Algarmi’s “Society of Unordinary Young Ladies,” which is about 1980s sitcom heroines doing unordinary things, like fighting communism and stuff like that.