Phoenix Comic Con Day One

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The show started yesterday afternoon with a healthy turnout and a real party atmosphere that went well into the night. The Star Wars Cantina was a hit as the hotels joined in on the action (rather than complaining, as is a common response). Here’s a look at some of the people there…

 

Whilce Portacio, who has a killer idea for a new superhero book…

 

Scot Koblish and hius family enterprise

 

Richard Starking who surprised us all with his strip drawn by Dave Sim in the Hero Initiative comic. And who has a new project coming with Boo Cook for Thought Bubble.

 

Raven Gegory with Zenescope, so happy about his Wonderland ongoing comic.

 

Norm Rapmund, a sketching machine!

 

Mike McKone starung into your soul!

 

Bleeding Cool Magazine Preview Issue #0! It exists! Being sold in the wild!

 

Even more of it!

 

 

Jim Cheung in mid sketch.

 

Jacen Burrows in mid-bag’n’board at Avatar.

 

And then in mid… whatever it is the man does. Man, he is smoking at it. To a ridiculous level

The Gutters gets a second Omnibus volume.

 

 

 

Greg Horn has a flashy display.

 

George Perez has a flashy shirt.

Francis Manapul sketches Daredevil while Agnes Garbowska sketches Batgirl.

 

Billy Tucci gets holy.

 

Keuth Davidsen gets Stitched

 

Aspen strike a pose.

While the crew of ’68 steal the show…

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