Another Comic-Con in the books, quite possibly one of the most productive and enjoyable ones ever. In a room with 140,000 people in it, you’d think you’d feel lost, but over and over I ran into friends old and new, with whom it was great to catch up and revel in our common geekiness.
Now, as is our tradition around these parts, let’s take a look at the Comic-Con that was with our annual SDCC Photo Essay!
It’s always an odd feeling in the moments before the doors open and the crowds pour in. The calm before the storm.
Ant-Man here was only down on the floor on Preview Night, so I made sure to get a photo.
Believe it or not, those action figures are 12 inches tall.
My STAR TREK collaborators JK Woodward and David Tipton sign at the IDW booth.
Gotta admit, Ben Affleck’s Batman armor looks pretty cool.
There was some Prattkeeping going on down on the floor.
The last few years I’ve fallen out of the habit of going to the Eisner Awards, and I’m really glad I went this year. It’s a great reminder of how much I love working in the comics industry, and how lucky I am to be a part of it. Shown here are IDW’s Eisner winners Eric Shanower, Chris Ryall accepting for Hall of Famer John Byrne, Gabriel Rodriguez, Scott Dunbier and Dean Mullaney.
The Green Arrow takes a moment to record his podcast.
A real pleasure for me to finally meet my current collaborator on my new series THE SEVEN-PER-CENT SOLUTION, the amazing Ron Joseph, seen here with me and my co-writer David Tipton.
The crowds aren’t just in the convention center any more. Just take a look at the Gaslamp District.
Two of my favorite people looking sharp at Comic-Con: cosplayer extraordinaire Kit Quinn and master propmaker Steven Meissner.
Captain Cold’s duds on display.
Veronica presides over the madness at the Funko booth.
Mary Marvel and Hoppy look like they stepped right off the page.
See you next year, Comic-Con. Thanks for the great week.
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