So SPX is all done. I sold a bunch of books, and had a GREAT time!
Here’s the Andertoons table. I later rearranged a few things, but
this’ll give you a good general idea.
The view from Andertoons central.
Comics connoisseurs shopping away!
Dinner with Mike Lynch, Brian Moore and Crispin.
John Martz and John Kovaleski.
A gentle hobo and Trade Loeffler.
Myself and Cul de Sac‘s Richard Thompson.
I got to talk to and meet so many folks! Everyone shown above, Raina, Mark, Anton, Kimberly, Jeff, Mark, Leslie, Casey, Meghan and, last but not least, (your name here if I’ve forgotten you)!
I think my favorite of exhibiting for me was getting to watch people read the cartoons and laugh. Even better is when they show it someone else and they laugh too. And best of all were the three or four little kids who stopped by, and then either ponied up their allowance, or begged for their parents to buy one of mine for them. How great is that?!
There’s tons more photos over at Flickr and Mike has a nice video posted over at his blog.
Will I be back next year? All signs point to yes!
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6 thoughts on “Andertoons at SPX”
Mark, it was a delight to meet you and hang around your booth. Come on back soon, and bring the family. And Mike Lynch, too.
Hey, it was fun chatting with you at SPX…
Hope SPX was good for you and from the pictures I can tell you guiys had a great time.
It was a lot of fun and real friendly event. Like Heidi MacDonald wrote at the Publisher's Weekly THE BEAT blog, "… everyone was busy and happy, whether selling to the eager crowd or checking out each otherâ€™s work. It was just an engaging, lively place to be."
It was very nice to meet you last weekend, and my kitty loved reading "The Tiny Little Book of Cat Cartoons". Yes, I agree, the SPX was completely awesome this year, and next year, I'm going to have to stay for the weekend.
Mark, it was awesome hanging out with you! I hope to see you at the next SPX, if not sooner.
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