Fuzzy Photos from Montreal

We got back in from Montreal late last night after a really great weekend.  The Comic-Con there was really good for us (we sold out of books!) but the Con overall is becoming a really strong one.  The numbers increased dramatically from last year, there was a lot of excitement, and I think it’s a Con that will continue to grow over the next few years.  We definitely would love to attend next year and meet up again with our new fans and readers.

Thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth – our existing fans (the peeps from Hal-Con, Adam from Kingston, our biggest fan Julie, etc.), those that swung by because they had heard of us, those that checked out our book for the first time (hopefully you’re enjoying the read) and those that are only now checking out our website (welcome!).  Also, thanks to those who attended our two workshops (the Creation of Comics, the Business and Comics).  And finally, thanks to Oscar at the show for inviting us as guests – it was a great experience.

I just went through the photos and, unfortunately, a lot of them are out-of-focus.  Not sure why.  But here are a few shots from the weekend…

Conor works the booth with our God Save the Bard t-shirt

Anthony with Vincent Poirier, the co-founder of fellow start-up Momzelle Inc.

Our shirts are gaining in popularity, almost rivalling that of Wonder-Woman

Anthony and Conor with mentor Josh Howard (second from left) and his friend Marc-Andree

One of the coolest t-shirts ever...

Super heroines show up at our booth all the time

A very cool - and subtle - costume... Mayor Hundred from "Ex Machina"

Anthony and Conor flank the newest professional artist

  1. Rosy Antony Rosy Antony
    Rosy Antony replied on September 26, 2011 at 3:17 pm

    Hi Guys,

    This is Devon’s mom, Rosy Antony, remember last picture above with Devon as the newest professional artist. Thanks for that. Devon was very happy to see the picture, a big deal for a shy little kid (ok, not so little but I am the mom). Oh Anthony, if you were my brother your name would be Anthony Antony.

    Take care.

  2. Conor Conor McCreery
    Conor McCreery replied on October 4, 2011 at 7:20 pm

    Anthony Anthony would be an awesome name, not just for a comics creator, but also for an 80′s New Wave band (they could play with Sigue, Sigue Sputnik).

    Thanks for being our fave artist-alley neighbours in Montreal. And Devon, listen to your Mom, she knows of which she speaks!


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