Another San Diego Comic-Con has come and gone. As always, it went way too fast, was extremely exhausting, and immeasurably fun. It was gigantic, it was crowded, it was the Mecca of comic fandom. For good or ill, there is no show like it.
WE SOLD OUT AGAIN! We completely sold out of the Guns of Shadow Valley preview book.
Jim passed out our submission package to a number of publishers and got some really encouraging responses.
I did nearly 100 head shots on the back of the books.
I found out the secret of the freight trains vs. San Diego.
I don't care what people say, this may not be only a comic book show, but there's more comic books than you can shake a stick at.
The absolute best part was seeing everybody again. It had been a long time for some, but it felt like we picked up right where we left off. Also, it was great meeting so many new faces that I can easily see maintaining strong ties with. I'm still so exhausted I don't have much else I can say about it right now other than what an incredible time I had.This report really sucks.
I uploaded my pics to my flickr account: http://www.flickr.com/photos/davewachter
Here's a bunch of them:
Maze at work
Tony "mobliehome" Guagliardo