Granite State Comic Con
May 23, 2011
Before I begin I want to apologize to everyone for my poor choice in hats. I received enough shit, stretching from San Diego all the way to my own household, to realize that I had made a bad choice when I decided to wear it to Granite Con. Still, look at that awesome shadow it casts across my face. Nice, huh? Makes me look all mysterious, right? No? Sigh.
Granite State Comic Con was great on so many levels. The show was well attended, and fans of THE CAPE were out in full force. Plus, I got to finally meet the guy who makes me look a lot more talented than I really am, the amazing Zach Howard, who was kind enough to fly out from his home in the mountains of far away land to complete our trio. Zach is an amazing talent, and one of the most professional pros I’ve ever met. The guy puts everything he’s got into even the most mundane panels, and never takes the easy way around things. A day doesn’t go by where I don’t think about how lucky I am to have him bringing my scripts to life.
Big thanks to Double Midnight Comics for putting together a solid show, and for supplying attendees with the beautiful, limited edition CAPE print for the three of us to sign. People loved them, we loved them, and they looked amazing signed. Very well done, guys.
I’m looking forward to a few weekends off before THE CAPE: LEGACY EDITION hits in June. I’ll be signing at a few local stores the week it comes out, and will be doing a special event at Larry’s Wonderful World of Comics in Lowell, MA, on the day it’s released.
Lastly, a VERY big thank you to everyone who came out to see us at Granite State Comic Con. It’s always a pleasure to meet you, and we sure do appreciate the support.