I was there, along with anywhere from 80,000 to 120,000 of my closest friends! I’m inclined to believe the lower number, but New York’s Jacob Javitts Convention Center was jammed packed with fans of everything from Superman to…well, I don’t know the names of any of the manga/anime characters who were parading around the hall, but there were lots of ’em!

I had a swell, if exhausting, time, meeting up with old friends from near and far (from one-time Vigilante collaborator, artist Tod Smith, who lives in the same state as I do, to artist Brian Bolland, all the way from England) and getting a little work in around the socializing. With some luck, a fairly major new project and several new clients will have come out of this show. I’ll keep you posted…

Archie Comics letterer Jack Morelli, me, and artist Dan Parent signing at the Archie Comics Booth
Being interviewed by the Loud Idiots online radio show at the Captain Action Booth with Phantom and Captain Action writer Mike Bullock
The panel for the Sequential Arts book, Gotham 14 Miles to which I contributed an essay. From left to right are: Michael Miller, Joe Berenato, I’m not sure, me, Mark Waid, Robert Greenberger, Peter Sanderson, and the book’s editor, my pal JSA Jim Beard at the podium
Speaking of old friends, this young lady and I have a bit of a history
And a new friend, the mighty Thor…Thorette?…

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