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Committed: Conventions – nearly as much fun as work

logo_apeWith two California comic book conventions coming up in the next two weeks, I’m pretty excited about the future. Usually when I write this weekly column, I’m inspired by what I’m reading or what I’m working on at the moment. For the last week I’ve been working on something very nifty for Comic Book Resources. It has taken up a disproportionate amount of my time simply because it is a project so close to my heart. Unfortunately I can’t tell you about it yet because it isn’t quite finished, and Jonah will notice if I let the cat out of the bag early. (Don’t you hate it when people do that? They tell you something interesting is happening, but then they don’t tell you what it is? Awful, but I want to talk about it because it is so consuming and fascinating to me… sorry about that.) Anyway, keep your eyes peeled over the next week or so for something visually fun on the mother-site. Continue Reading »

Committed: Things to do at APE (while I’m at NYCC)

The song “New York, New York” wasn’t actually written about New York Comic Con, but it could have been. If you can deal with that convention, maybe even have a good time, then you can probably handle any convention of any size, in any place. With attendance around the size of San Diego Comic Con, crammed into a building half the size with none of the nearby hotels to absorb the overflow, questionable “ventilation” and a creatively chaotic layout, then you’re definitely some kind of superhuman. Clearly I’m some kind of insane glutton for punishment though, because I’m going back for a third time this weekend. Being the big convention on the East Coast, NYCC attracts a large European contingent and is often the only place where I can meet friends visiting from the UK and Europe. Continue Reading »


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