We certainly were tiny little fish in a sea of giants, but we managed to keep our heads above water, which may not be great for fish but is totally fine with us. We learned a lot and made some valuable contacts. Next year we will be better prepared and hope to increase our fan base. For now we are just happy to have been part of such an event.
First we gotta give a great big shout out to the fans new and old who supported us. We love you and are forever grateful. THANK YOU!!!!
Jim Lujan (Ghettomation), Jose Cabrera (Crying Macho Man) and Michael Aushenker (Cartoon Flophouse) brought the funny to comic con and were cool enough to be seen in public with us after the con.
We were so glad "El Muerto" creator Javier Hernandez could make it out for a few days. He was promoting his latest comic "The Battle of Santa Muerta" an action packed mash up of his characters "El Muerto" and "Weapon Tex-Mex" a must read!! He also had custom sketch dolls seen above with the freshman figures.
The coolest new find this year was definitely Ryan Claytor. His work is extremely autobiographical and hilarious. It was awesome talking to him and learning about his approach to comic making. We highly recommended picking up some of his stuff.
It wouldn't be a party without the Houghton Bros. They were promoting their re-released full color comic REED GUNTHER at the Image booth.
We had the pleasure of being interviewed by Tony Orozco from Pretty Cheeky an online entertainment website.
Here are some more fun photos
The most surprising and inspiring thing we saw was the Aquabats panel. These guys have been trying to make a TV show since the 90's and finally they are teaming up with the HUB network to bring us "The Aquabats Super Show". Best of luck to those guys.