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WHAT A RIDE!

Finally….

Wow. What a ride that was. The path to get Juliet from our brain to your eyes has been a far crazier and more rewarding one than I could ever have imagined.

We sent off the final issue to the Printer’s this Friday — almost a full year after the first pages were drawn. If you had told me it was going to take us a YEAR to get four issues done — I would have laughed in your face. No WAY. The book was totally written by November, this thing was going to go off without a hitch.

The very first page.... oh, so many months ago.

The very first page…. oh, so many months ago.

Ha. What was that they say about “best laid plans….?”

Somehow, in-between that first page and last Friday, there’s been numerous family illnesses, two floods, one team member who had to leave, a busted up car, more trips to Cons than I can count, and 100 pages (And counting – don’t worry, we have a bad-ass back-up story for the trade) of the best work we’ve done on Kill Shakespeare so far.

I want to thank Corin Howell, our incredible inker and penciler who had to juggle the family illness, the busted up car and one of the floods alongside the on-going work she’s been doing for BOOM! and IDW AND the incredible stuff she’s done for us. Corin, you’re ability to nail all the biggest emotional moments, the beautiful backgrounds you’ve littered the book with, and your good nature and amazing laugh have made this journey a pleasure. KS will ALWAYS miss Andy Belanger, but you’ve proven to be more than worthy of being his successor.

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Alex Lillie and Shari Chankahamma — what a tag team. We’d worked with Shari before on Tide and Mask, and so I was SO excited when we got her back for Juliet, and then SO devastated when we lost her half-way through to a dream opportunity that she HAD to say yes too.

A classic Shari C. scene

A classic Shari C. scene

 

Into the void stepped Alex. You can’t possibly believe this, but this is ALEX’S  FIRST MAJOR COLOURING JOB IN COMICS!!! To be thrown into a series that has the depth of mythology as KS, and halfway into a book, is incredibly hard, yet Alex was amazing. I think you’ll agree that hers was an incredible rookie season.

WHO is this talented woman?

WHO is this talented woman?

I also have to thank Simon David and Adam Gorham, our exceptional cover-artists. Simon did work for us on Tide of Blood (the iconic Skull, and, perhaps my fave of all time, the bloody Prospero emerging from a book), and being able to hand him all four covers was a dream. He churned out four more brilliant covers — including what be my NEW favourite, his chilling take on Issue #4…

Simon's pitch-perfect take on the dark end to our tale.

Simon’s pitch-perfect take on the dark end to our tale.

Adam is also SORT of new to the KS family. Those with keen eyes will have spotted his work here and there before, but this was the first time we could get him for a full run, and he did not disappoint. His issue #1 cover is one of the best things I think he’s ever done. It kills me that we can only have one cover for the trade… because there is so much good stuff in here.

I love this Adam Gorham cover so much, it hurts.

I love this Adam Gorham cover so much, it hurts.

Toby Malone has a credit you don’t see a ton in comics — Story Editor, but he was invaluable in shaping the tale. His knowledge of Shakespeare is peerless, and there is more than one reference to the Bard that originated in his nimble brain. He also constantly had me thinking about how to best deliver the story concisely and with maximum emotion. He’s a real talent – and any writer would do well to work with him.

I also HAVE to thank the team at IDW — Tom Waltz our fearless editor, who helped keep us on track story-wise, and was there when I was freaking out when we lost Shari, Corin had to go to be by her Father’s side, and the roof of my house threatened to collapse.  When I found out we weren’t getting Chris Mowry, the letterer for the first four KS volumes, I’ll admit, I was nervous. Shawn Lee took those nerves, made them a cup of tea, and tucked’em in with a good book. Shawn’s lettering is instinctive, insightful, and never ever obscures the artist’s work. That’s the true mark of a great letterer — knowing that the “image is the thing.” Shawn, I’m a believer.

Shawn handles a mass of text with aplomb

Shawn handles a mass of text with aplomb

Last, but not least, I need to thank my partner in crime – Anthony Del Col. We started committing Bardicde way back in 2008, and now almost a decade later we’re still going strong (or at least WE think so). I’m so grateful that Anthony was willing to give me a chance to take KS in this direction. It would have been easy for him to have felt threatened, or wanted to control things, but that’s not the kind of guy he is. All he cares about is good story, and once we figured out what THIS ONE was, he supported me whole-heartedly (The “Cassio” twist is a direct result of Anthony challenging me to take the story to a better place.)

Thanks Anthony. I’m blessed to get to tell stories with you.

How can you say no to this face?

How can you say no to this face?

Actually, the REAL last but not list are you, the readers. When we first dreamed-up Kill Shakespeare we had no idea if we could find an audience or not, and then you came into our lives. We’re on the seventh printing of Volume 1, we’ve been able to take our little baby from the page to the stage, to the board (game), and now to TV. Without you folks reading, commenting, challenging us, we would never have come even half this far. I hope you find Juliet an excellent addition to the canon. At the end of the day we’re here to serve you.

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Lots of love,
Conor

An Afternoon (and early evening) in Paradise!

Just wanted to write a quick thanks to everyone who took the time to come out to our signing for JULIET #1 at the AMAZING Paradise Comics.

I had a great time seeing some old friends (Keith WTS Morris, yes! Doug and Peter), and making LOTS of new ones (including Peter’s terminally cute little girl, Violet.) Below are pictures of super fans, Rachel, Dominic (aka the Kiwi Kid), The Voltron Sisters, the Big A and Terran – whose also the winner of out Twitter picture contest and will now win a copy of Juliet #1 when it comes out in trade.

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A Jolly Time in London!

I apologize that I haven’t posted anything of late. It’s been a really busy month with recovery from my European honeymoon with Lisa (we so desperately miss Tuscany and the Amalfi Coast…) as well as work on a number of projects. Expect some big announcements in the next month or so.

In the midst of all of this I travelled to London last month to do a talk at Shakespeare’s Globe, attend the MCM London Comic-Con, have some meetings about these secret projects, and meet up with friends, of course.

Here are a few photos of my appearance at the Globe and the MCM London Comic-Con. Thanks so much to everyone who made the show possible, but especially Gary Howe from MCM, Mike Holman and everyone at Diamond. And for the talk at the Globe, so many people to thank – Adam Sibbald, Phoebe Gardiner, Dr. Farah Karim-Cooper, Meghan Cole, Rebecca Casey and Emma Pizzey.

(If I took a photo of you and it doesn’t appear here I apologize – not all of the photos turned out.)

Actual photos from the talk weren't allowed but here's a quick shot from the stage before they let everyone in.

Actual photos from the talk weren’t allowed but here’s a quick shot from the stage before they let everyone in.

Thanks so much to everyone that helped me with my talk at Shakespeare's Globe's Sam Wanamaker Playhouse1

Just prior to my talk at Shakespeare's Globe.

Just prior to my talk at Shakespeare’s Globe.

Loved my talk at Shakespeare's Globe so much that he bough all four books!

Loved my talk at Shakespeare’s Globe so much that he bough all four books!

The table!

The table!

I love these guys. One of the best podcasts in the UK - and the best mic ever!

I love these guys. One of the best podcasts in the UK – and the best mic ever!

They look like hooligans (and so do I!) but they have hearts of gold at Diamond Comics UK.

They look like hooligans (and so do I!) but they have hearts of gold at Diamond Comics UK.

The first board game purchase at the show!

The first board game purchase at the show!

From Dubai to Toronto to London... She follows up everywhere!

From Dubai to Toronto to London… She follows up everywhere!

When I step away from the table, I asked her to help out. She's great at customer service, isn't she?

When I step away from the table, I asked her to help out. She’s great at customer service, isn’t she?

I met these two lads at October's show and here they are again, asking for more! Oh, the middle one is a descendant of Harry Houdini.

I met these two lads at October’s show and here they are again, asking for more! Oh, the middle one is a descendant of Harry Houdini.

A walking billboard!

A walking billboard!

So excited to check them out!

So excited to check them out!

One Canadian, one British. Both so excited by our series!

One Canadian, one British. Both so excited by our series!

 

 

 

 

Game Launch? Check! Beer Drank? Check! Good times had? Check!

In the immortal words of the Bard: “that was a hell of a night.”

Raise a glass to a great launch event

Raise a glass to a great launch event

Thanks to EVERYONE who came down to Snakes & Lagers last night to be part of the official game launch. Beer was drank, dice were rolled, backstabbing commenced (for the table I was at it came on the very first turn from a particularly feisty Juliet), and all in all it was very Shakespearean.

Thanks also for the feedback you gave us. We really appreciated hearing what you loved about the game (the depth, the replayability, the awesome design) and what you thought could be improved (a rulebook that was easier to understand).

We’re happy to say that IDW is busy working on a new version of that slightly wonky rulebook. For those of you at the event you got to work off of some of the new cheat sheets they created(created by the amazing David Minken at Connect-More.ca, thanks David!) you could see how much they helped – we’ll have a full set of those ready to go to Kickstarter backers soon.

But if you have the game through non Kickstarter means, or are going to order it, give us a shout at muchado@killshakespeare.com and I can get you those files ASAP. While the game itself works amazingly well there are a FEW confusing bits in the rulebook that make the first turns a bit longer than they need to be.

Setting up the game -- beer makes it all go better!

Setting up the game — beer makes it all go better!

But even with that minor challenge, I was amazed at how people tackled the game and kicked some Ricardian ass!

Now if you’re sad you missed the event, have no fear, TONIGHT (December 10th) at 6PM on SPACE’s news journal show, Innerspace, you can see the whole thing and geek out as if you were right there WITH US!

Old friends with a new game!

Old friends with a new game!

Now of course I need to say a HUGE thank you to Aaron, Ben and Kayla at Snakes & Lagers. You guys were fantastic hosts and we couldn’t have asked for a better venue to unveil the game. I  also want to say thanks to Barry and the MacAuslan team for putting together the beer prize packs. And of course a big thank you to Doug and Matt from Paradise Comics who shocked everyone by DEBUTING VOLUME 4 of Kill Shakespeare at the event.

Thar she blows, in all her semi-co-op glory!

Thar she blows, in all her semi-co-op glory!

 

(I also want to nod towards John at 401 Games and George at the Silver Snail who generously allowed us to grab their stock to make sure we had enough games to meet demand.)

Thumbs up for surviving the first round

Thumbs up for surviving the first round

If you missed the event but NEED some Kill Shakespeare in your games cupboard and you don’t see it at your local game or comic shop the Snakes folks can help you there too — they send more games around Canada than anyone else. So you can buy your copy here: http://www.snakesandlattes.com/shop/

What a great night — we can’t wait to do it all again!

Killing Shakespeare in his own city!

I returned just over 24 hours ago from a whirlwind trip to London where I took part in the London Comic-Con (the weekend of Oct 24-26th). This was my third time over the pond for a show and I’m growing more and more attached to the city. In addition to the show I swung by the Sherlock Holmes Museum and the Globe Theatre. Both incredibly inspiring spots.

Here are some pics from this weekend.

Is that really how the final issue of HOLMES VS HOUDINI ends?!!!

Is that really how the final issue of HOLMES VS HOUDINI ends?!!!

The obligatory signage.

The obligatory signage.

 

Yes, this is where Anthony stayed. On a yacht. The comic book lifestyle is a rough one, isn't it...?

Yes, this is where Anthony stayed. On a yacht. The comic book lifestyle is a rough one, isn’t it…?

 

"You have failed this comic-con."

“You have failed this comic-con.”

Anthony and amazing artist Sonia Leong.

Anthony and amazing artist Sonia Leong.

Awkward photo attempt with Diamond UK's Ben Cornish!

Awkward photo attempt with Diamond UK’s Ben Cornish!

You can take the boy of out of Canada, but you can't keep Canada from the boy...

You can take the boy of out of Canada, but you can’t keep Canada from the boy…

Hamlet Cosplay!

Hamlet Cosplay!

Out of focus but we wanted to get him in our album this year!

Out of focus but we wanted to get him in our album this year!

Of course Anthony had to swing by the Holmes Museum...

Of course Anthony had to swing by the Holmes Museum…

These two are distant relatives of Houdini.

These two are distant relatives of Houdini.

Gamora does not approve.

Gamora does not approve.

"I want the last copy of HOLMES VS HOUDINI!" "No, I want it!"

“I want the last copy of HOLMES VS HOUDINI!” “No, I want it!”

Someone's excited about Kill Shakespeare!

Someone’s excited about Kill Shakespeare!

Dr. Horrible approves.

Dr. Horrible approves.

Interview for an essay on story endings.

Interview for an essay on story endings.

Anthony tried out the Oculus Rift Interstellar experience early on Sunday. The future of entertainment.

Anthony tried out the Oculus Rift Interstellar experience early on Sunday. The future of entertainment.

Anthony with our top fan Eleanor...

Anthony with our top fan Eleanor…

Interviewed for a top podcast - with a really cool mic.

Interviewed for a top podcast – with a really cool mic.

Directed by "Christopher Nolan."

Directed by “Christopher Nolan.”

 

 

Shocked by the content of Holmes vs. Houdini!

The Gameplay’s the thing and it’s FINALLY here!

The Board Games are FINALLY arriving.

It’s been a LONG process (much longer than we ever expected and we’re sorry about that), but we are starting to receive tweets and emails that you, our supporters, are receiving your copies of Kill Shakespeare: The Board Game.

Anthony and I had the privilege to see the game in Edmonton and New York, and we can tell you that it drew a LOT of attention from passer-by’s. We even had one guy offer to buy the display copy for $200!

But we didn’t want to leave it to total strangers to get a look at our new baby, so below are some pics of the game. I hope you’ll agree that while it has taken some time to get ready, it looks like time well spent.

Also, the amazing folks at IDW want you to have the best game-playing experience possible. Once you get your game if you have ANY questions about how a rule works simply tweet @IDWGames or email Nate Murray: Nate@idwpublishing.com with that question and within 72 hours Nate will post a short video that will show you exactly how that part of the game works.

Yes, that’s right, personalized rule explanations! That’s pretty Bard-ass if I do say so myself.

(oh Conor, you’re such a wit)

Now go swoon over some awesome game pictures!

Each character has their own unique player card that outlines their specific strengths and weaknesses

Each character has their own unique player card that outlines their specific strengths and weaknesses

All the card types spread out.

Events, Quests, wild-cards, troops, and reward cards are just part of the assets you’ll need to manage and collect.

All the beautiful pieces of the game.

All the beautiful pieces of the game. Yeah, you’re gonna need a bigger table.

The Game Board has to be FELT to be believed. The stretch goal we hit definitely gave the board a "lux" feel.

The Game Board has to be FELT to be believed. The stretch goal we hit definitely gave the board a “lux” feel.

Each turn you'll be forced to deal with world changing scenarios and take on challenging quests based on Shakespeare's plays.

Each turn you’ll be forced to deal with world changing scenarios and take on challenging quests based on Shakespeare’s plays.

Each turn you're going to need to buy, trade or otherwise get your hands on resources like troops, stolen letters, and maps of cities in order to stop Richard and Lady M.

AND… each turn you’re going to need to buy, trade or otherwise get your hands on resources like troops, stolen letters, and maps of cities in order to stop Richard and Lady M.

Oh yeah, this game has some meat. Look at the back of the box!

Oh yeah, this game has some meat. Look at the back of the box!

The game comes with a super high-end version of the very first issue of Kill Shakespeare

The game comes with a super high-end version of the very first issue of Kill Shakespeare

Your new favouite rulebook.

Your new favouite rulebook.

New York – A Hell of a Town!

Well, what has quickly become the busiest convention of the year for us has just ended… The New York Comic-Con! Some reports indicate that the show is now bigger than San Diego in terms of attendance; I don’t know if this is the case but I do know that it’s a really big show.

We had a great time in the city this year – meeting with fans, finding new readers, seeing the board game for the first time, and selling our new Sherlock Holmes vs. Harry Houdini series as well. We broke sales records and look forward to winding down the year with only a couple more.

Here are some pics from the weekend:

So excited about the books and the game!

So excited about the books and the game!

When Conor showed up late to a HOLMES VS HOUDINI signing, he was easily replaced by Cole...

When Conor showed up late to a HOLMES VS HOUDINI signing, he was easily replaced by Cole…

Anthony and Conor with uber-volunteers Eliscia and Kate

Anthony and Conor with uber-volunteers Eliscia and Kate

With Molly, Joe and Hannah from Dynamite

With Molly, Joe and Hannah from Dynamite

I'll toast to the shirt too!

I’ll toast to the shirt too!

Three straight conventions! These people follow Anthony around...

Three straight conventions! These people follow Anthony around…

The eye in the book moves. Trust me.

The eye in the book moves. Trust me.

So excited to discover Kill Shakespeare!

So excited to discover Kill Shakespeare!

Anthony with Matt and Adam at the HOW TO SELF-PUBLISH panel.

Anthony with Matt and Adam at the HOW TO SELF-PUBLISH panel.

Juan Shies Away

Juan of Dynamite Comics shies away from the rapture of our lens…

Lil Orphan Lannie

Anthony with fellow Canadian Lil Orphan Lanny… (yes, this is an in-joke in case you’re wondering…)

New Captions

Anthony and Conor wrote some new captions for a blank page on the fly…

With Keith and Molly from Dynamite Comics.

With Keith and Molly from Dynamite Comics.

Happy Birthday Jeremy Haun!

Happy Birthday Jeremy Haun!

Haters gotta hate.

Haters gotta hate.

With Chris Mowry, the key designer of our books.

With Chris Mowry, the key designer of our books.

Anthony battles Sean Von Gorman, artist of The Secret Adventures of Harry Houdini

Anthony battles Sean Von Gorman, artist of The Secret Adventures of Harry Houdini

The first customer of the board game!

The first customer of the board game!

Eliscia helps sell books!

Eliscia helps sell books!

Three doodles of Anthony... Which is the most accurate?

Three doodles of Anthony… Which is the most accurate?

The best possible bedtime reading...

The best possible bedtime reading…

The Brooklyn Heights Gang

The Brooklyn Heights Gang

A sketch for all seasons...

A sketch for all seasons…

Steve Sunu gives us the Thumbs Up!

Steve Sunu of ComicBookResources.com approves this post!

August FanExpo County

Well, it’s been just over a week since FanExpo ended and things have been quite busy. But I’ve finally(!) been able to go through some of the photos from the weekend and here they are!

But first, thanks to everyone who made it an incredible weekend – our established fans, the new ones, the people that came to our Live Graphic Novel impromptu reading on Saturday night, the volunteers from the crowd that served as our “FanExpo Kingsman Players”, our friends, the people that tabled beside us and were forced to hear our pitches every days, etc…

And look for us at shows this fall – everywhere from Montreal, Portland, Edmonton, New York, London and Miami.

Arr!  There be knives! The cast of our KILL SHAKESPEARE: LIVE GRAPHIC NOVEL.

Arr! There be knives! The cast of our KILL SHAKESPEARE: LIVE GRAPHIC NOVEL.

Andre Sills as Hamlet in our stage show.

Andre Sills as Hamlet in our stage show.

Captain America!

Captain America!

Anthony with artist Peter Nguyen.

Anthony with artist Peter Nguyen.

Stylist Bilani showing off her one-piece designs.

Stylist Bilani showing off her one-piece designs.

The cast of KILL SHAKESPEARE: LIVE GRAPHIC NOVEL.

The cast of KILL SHAKESPEARE: LIVE GRAPHIC NOVEL.

Fred's confused, Adam's amused...

Fred’s confused, Adam’s amused…

Cute couple alert!

Cute couple alert!

Neil Gibson of Twisted Dark looking his debonair best.

Neil Gibson of Twisted Dark looking his debonair best.

Debonair? What does that mean...?

Debonair? What does that mean…?

Comics archivist and publisher Hope Nicholson.

Comics archivist and publisher Hope Nicholson.

Our editorial assistant Keith Morris can also draw!

Our editorial assistant Keith Morris can also draw!

Award-winning playwright and screenwriter Nicolas Billon makes a friend at his first comic-con.

Award-winning playwright and screenwriter Nicolas Billon makes a friend at his first comic-con.

Yes, the sound and foley guy stole the show at our LIVE GRAPHIC NOVEL performance!

Yes, the sound and foley guy stole the show at our LIVE GRAPHIC NOVEL performance!

We make our fans dance for their books.

We make our fans dance for their books.

Marketing assistant Sam Zimmerman takes credit for his work.

Marketing assistant Sam Zimmerman takes credit for his work.

Shakespeare is coming.

Shakespeare is coming.

Standing ovation for our LIVE GRAPHIC NOVEL performance.

Standing ovation for our LIVE GRAPHIC NOVEL performance.

The Stratford Whovians.

The Stratford Whovians.

The cast of LIVE GRAPHIC NOVEL applauds the audience.

The cast of LIVE GRAPHIC NOVEL applauds the audience.

These two know comedy.

These two know comedy.

The came bearing junk food snacks.

The came bearing junk food snacks.

All the way from York U!

All the way from York U!

 

“It’s a Hah-vahd bah.” Pics from Boston Comic-Con!

I got back from Boston on Sunday night after a whirlwind stop through one of my favourite cities in the U.S.

This was my third time attending the Boston Comic-Con and every time I go it gets bigger and better. It was great to see so many fans from the previous shows as well as meet new ones, sell/sign books and have people check out our swag.

And thanks to everyone who attended my “How to Pitch Your Comic” workshop on Sunday. The vibe in the room was great and I enjoyed chatting with those that stopped by my table afterwards.

Here are some pics from the weekend:

Obligatory shot of the sign

Obligatory shot of the sign

Kill Shakespeare: Bringing enemies together since 2010.

Kill Shakespeare: Bringing enemies together since 2010.

Word.

Word.

Pitching the Book

Jay and Kristi pitch the book for me.

As Eliscia pitches Kill Shakespeare to some fans, comics star Becky Cloonan can't stop herself from joining in...

As Eliscia pitches Kill Shakespeare to some fans, comics star Becky Cloonan can’t stop herself from joining in…

Canada: Following me wherever I go.

Canada: Following me wherever I go.

Frozen!

Frozen!

Young artist Scott Lerer with his sketch for me.

Young artist Scott Lerer with his sketch for me.

All the world's an ankle tattoo

All the world’s an ankle tattoo

Gotta represent.

Gotta represent.

She's a Fighter. Super Shakespeare Fighter.

She’s a Fighter. Super Shakespeare Fighter.

Riddle me something about Shakespeare.

Riddle me something about Shakespeare.

Phil and Dillon interacting with their fans...

Phil and Dillon working the crowd

Awkward?

Awkward?

The cool boys from Locust Moon comics, Chris and Andrew.

The cool boys from Locust Moon comics, Chris and Andrew.

Gamer Douglas reviews the board game rules doc for our board game - and is impressed!

Gamer Douglas reviews the board game rules doc for our board game – and is impressed!

Our fuzzy-bearded world traveler friend, Michel...

Our fuzzy-bearded world traveler friend, Michel…

The winds blowing back from Chicago!

I know that it’s been two weeks since I’ve posted anything on the site and I profusely apologize.  I’ve been quite busy with a number of personal things (including moving!) and I am only now catching up on correspondence and follow-up on events of the last few weeks.

Three weeks ago I attended C2E2 in Chicago and it was – as usual – a great time. Chicago is a great theatre town and it’s great to see the amount of knowledge and enthusiasm about Shakespeare, the arts, theatre and everything else. We sold out of all of our book early on Sunday and almost out of tshirts as well.

Thanks to everyone that attended – you made it a great show for me. I’ve been to Chicago at least once a year and I really like the city and look forward to visiting it again sometime soon.

Here are some pictures from the weekend:

The sign, of course.

The sign, of course.

This is exactly what we do what we do.

This is exactly what we do what we do.

 

Yes, they are clearly excited.

Yes, they are clearly excited.

Sold out! Thanks to Onrie Kimpman for being such a great neighbour (check out his Yi Soon Shin book)!

Sold out! Thanks to Onrie Kimpman for being such a great neighbour (check out his Yi Soon Shin book)!

Two years ago I did a workshop on pitching and Josh Barbeau attended, and now he's creating his first series Tyrants!

Two years ago I did a workshop on pitching and Josh Barbeau attended, and now he’s creating his first series Tyrants!

With two of our biggest (and best) fans, Susan and Mark.

With two of our biggest (and best) fans, Susan and Mark.

With the lighting/video director from last year's Strawdog Theatre production of Kill Shakespeare!

With the lighting/video director from last year’s Strawdog Theatre production of Kill Shakespeare!

With Jenny Martin from C2E2 organizer ReedPop. Such an amazing friend of ours.

With Jenny Martin from C2E2 organizer ReedPop. Such an amazing friend of ours.

This was her first convention and cosplay and THIS is what she was able to create!

This was her first convention and cosplay and THIS is what she was able to create!

Birthday boy Josh Adams!

Birthday boy Josh Adams!

Sailor Moon to the rescue. Or, specifically, Megan from ALA...

Sailor Moon to the rescue. Or, specifically, Megan from ALA…

Their first convention! Two are excited. The third? Not so much.

Their first convention! Two are excited. The third? Not so much.

Best shirt ever?

Best shirt ever?