Like any con these days, there were cosplayers galore at the East Coast Comicon this past weekend. I took some shots of a few of my favorites.
The East Coast Comicon has become my favorite con to attend. It’s large enough to have big name guests, but not so large that its impossible to move around in. It’s got everything you’d expect a modern day con to have — celebrities, panels, autograph lines, cool vehicles, back issue dealers, costume contests — but unlike most other cons, the emphasis remains on comic books.
It’s time for some reviews of trade paperbacks and series that came to an end in April! You can’t get more entertainment than that!
A couple of weeks ago, I was ready for a break. Which is why I decided to head into NYC on April 15th and see some of David Lloyd’s original art from V For Vendetta at the Society of Illustrators.
I recently bought two older comics. Read about how I decided to get them!
Aside from being the lovable fraud behind the curtain here at AJS, I’m also a cartoonist; I even belong to a professional cartoonists’ group based in beautiful downtown Burbank, the Comic Art Professional Society, colloquially known as CAPS. I thought I’d take a page here and offer up shameless plugs for some of my fellow members who have webcomics available for your amusement.
Mega Princess concludes this week, and Travis thinks you should get it, even if you have to wade through frogs to get to the comic store to do so!