Wow, what a year!
A blogging look back:
January – I finally have an office. And it’s really clean!
February – I ask a book reviewer to kiss my ass again.
March – Bug Catcher Spidey!
April – I’m an April fool for baby Bonnie!
May – My first Reubens! (Day one, two/three, pics)
June – Andertoons e-commerce debuts! My inbox and Paypal account take some much needed time off.
July – My son â€“ cartoon prodigy.
August – Hanging with the crazies at Wizard World.
September – I made it there; I can now make it anywhere. (NY day 1, day 2 & 3)
October – Andertoons hacked!
November – Mmm… Andertoons…
December – Christmas pin-up.
Looking back this way has been a ton of fun for me personally. My wife and I were discussing the year this morning and I think it’s probably one of the busiest, if not THE busiest, year for the Anderson clan.
So much good stuff, and so much that I’m so thankful for.
Here’s to more good friends, good health, and good humor in 2007!
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Well, I did it. I went to my first comics convention.
It was fun, but I’m not a big comics fanboy, so it wasn’t such a big deal. To be honest, I didn’t really know one artist from another, and I didn’t stand in any lines to get any autographs or anything.
Basically I walked around, soaked in the pale, heavy, nearsighted atmosphere and took some goofy pictures. Enjoy!
Here we go…
Marvel was right at the entrance
What are these HeroClix figures so excited about?
The invasion of the giant water bottles!
Honestly, this looks less like an Iron Man costume and more like my 3-year old’s pajamas.
I don’t know who this was, but she seemed to just be an attendee. A very popular attendee.
That’s a lot of comics!
You remember him as Jaws, but I love him best as Eegah!
Some wrestlers looking for a fight.
Whew! Close one! (One nearby nerd actually said “Dude, that would be totally one-sided. I mean the storm-troopers would just like blow them away man!”)
Every time I walked past this guy he was all over me. Yeesh!
Isn’t it past your bed time? Oh wait… Sorry…
The DC booth.
A banner at the DC booth. Like most guys my age, I used to love Linda Carter’s Wonder Woman. (OK I kinda still do.)
Joyce DeWitt?! What the hell?!
He’s either shopping for a new helmet, or he just made a boom boom in his pants.
I dunno who this was either, but she seemed to like taking photos with folks. Who am I to argue?
The Dark Horse booth.
I didn’t want a picture with this guy, but this sign is too funny!
I almost bought this. My wife is happy I didn’t.
Oh my! (There was a lot of this kind of stuff.)
Ran into these guys on the way out. I’m not gonna call them.
And I ran into this person by the elevator to the parking garage. She was applying blue makeup to her armpits.
But, the absolute BEST photo is the one I paid $20 for a crappy Polaroid of…
…that’s right. Me and Lou Ferrigno. Here’s a closeup:
All in all, a fun day, but not a lot there for your friendly neighborhood gag cartoonist. I’ll post pics of my purchases and freebies soon…
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