Tuesday, February 27, 2007


What a great show it was.

I met many wonderful artists and creators and some friends as well.
The hotel we stayed at was not the best but it served the purpose.

People were in line for hours fighting the bitter cold to get in early.

The major publishers were all well represented.

Archie had just about everyone there and DC had quit a line up.

Stan Lee was there and held auditions for who wants to be a Superhero. Last years top 3 were there along with some additional guests from other shows.

My focus was on art. They had an abundance of talent there. I loved Gene Colon's stuff as well as Neal Adams. Jim Starlin and many others.

I noticed they priced the smaller vendors out and so only large dealers were there. That was my only hang-up because you did not have the amount of venders that you would have at smaller affairs. Artist Alley was huge though so there was plenty to see.

I would definately like to go back next year.
see you next time... Jimmy

Thursday, February 22, 2007

New York Comic Con

Hi, Been a bit between posts. I am gearing up to leave now for Manhatten. The New York Comic con at the Jacob Javits Center.

Should be a busy show. So many Artists and Inkers as well as actors actresses and Stan the Man as well as Steven King.

I Hope to get a lot of Photos and Videos on this trip.

See you Tuesday.


Saturday, February 03, 2007

Andru And Esposito Partners For Life

Penciller Ross Andru and inker Mike Esposito were one of the most talented artistic teams to flourish during the Siver Age of comics. This book is chock full of new artwork that has not been seen before.
It is currently available and if you go to Daniel Best's Blog on the right you will find more material for the book.

So don't miss out on it.

See You Soon....Jimmy
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