How to Train the Dragon!

This past weekend Andy and I made our way to Guelph, Ontario to take part in a signing at The Dragon Comics.  It was great to share some space with some great Canadian artists such as Eric Kim, Richard Pace, Ray Fawkes, Ross Campbell and Dale Keown.  It was also great to make some new fans and hang out with some friends from the Guelph region.

The Dragon is a great comic book store with a great staff – from Jenn (the big boss) to Amy (the manager) to Teresa to Robert to Calum (hereafter referred to as Shia)… We also did separate podcasts (which will be posted online sometime soon) and I flipped the format by interviewing Jenn and then Shia…

Another highlight was meeting Andy’s dad, who came by to present us our shiny new banner.  It looks fantastic!  Special thanks to Ian Herring for helping with the design of this.

Thanks to everyone that turned out – I hope you enjoy our photos!…

Andy and Anthony with the Dragon Crew...

Anthony being interviewed by Jenn - or is he interviewing her?...

Shia is really the man behind the wheels of the operation...

Andy and his old man... Notice any similarities?...

Is K.S. okay for babies? Of course!...

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    Scott Roulx replied on November 15, 2010 at 12:52 pm

    Can we listen to that interview?

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