Aaaaaaaand one more of these should just about do it, right? Right. So let's get to it, one week after the actual convention began.
This was the line to get it. Look how patient everyone is! Seriously, one of the best things about exhibiting is that you just get to walk right in every morning. It's lovely.
This guy did a pretty fantastic Jack Sparrow impression. And look, he even let Larry wear his hat.
This is a yeti, right? I mean, it looks like a yeti with horns, and...wait, what? It's from Star Wars. Really? Oh. Okay.
Wow! And a great time was had by all. Look at how happy I am.
Thursday night, hours before the con, I was lying in bed, about to fall asleep, when I realized that - horror upon horrors - I forgot to bring my Thing sketchbook to this show. This sucked. However, I did manage to get a sketch nevertheless: I bought a blank version of the new FF #1 and got the extra talented Katie Cook to draw a cute cover for me. When I asked her why the Thing was wearing a neckerchief, she answered "because he's got style." She's right, of course.
I got some swag at this show for sure! On Sunday, when any bargain hunter knows to look for deals, I snagged some great books that I had been looking for for a while, including Fantastic Four #s 47, 117 and annual #9, Astonishing Tales (co-starring the Black Panther and Dr. Doom!) #s 1 and 4, and a handful of early-ish Marvel Team Up issues, most of them featuring the Human Torch (sometimes as the lead character).
My next post will be about something different. But I had fun putting these pictures up in any case.