Sunday, October 3, 2010

programming notes

A few notes about the upcoming New York Comic Con:

- The Wagon Wheel Comics booth has been renumbered: it's now located at booth 350, as opposed to 550, which I was originally told.  I don't think there's been a change in where the booth will be physically; for some reason they just decided to renumber much of the small press section.  We'll still be there, though, right next to Artist Alley, near similar booths with Khary Randolph, David Lloyd and other creators whose work greatly overshadows my own.

- I forgot to mention this last time, but the Teddy and the Yeti trading cards that turned out so well were printed by Versicolor.  Yes, I realize that versicolor is a type of skin fungus.  But it's also a printing company!  Check out their website here:!

- What you see above is not some strange alien marking, but Teddy and the Yeti's own individual QR code (Wikipedia explains its function pretty well here), able to be read by, among other devices, any smart phone.  Scanning this barcode takes you right to the main Teddy and the Yeti webpage.  Look for this on everything I do from now until forever.

- The main focus of the booth this year will be, of course, Teddy and the Yeti.  But my friend Larry and I have been working on getting Franks and Beans some space on the table as well.  To that end, we've put DVDs together of the first two season - 48 episodes! - and will have 'em at the show.  Above is the cover, front and back, to the first DVD.  Ooo, there's a QR code on that as well!


Bo Duke said...

I love directly affecting the blog, two out of the three segments this time too, nice.

Jeff said...

I just added a fourth. So it makes your math look all kinds of terrible!