We at Wayward Raven had our best two day show yet at the Boston Comic-Con. We got to see our friends from Station Studios and meet some of the best comic book fans in the country. It was our first time at the convention and didn't know what to expect but it exceeded what we could have imagined. The staff was friendly and the check in process was swift, which is nice when hauling gear onto the show floor. Over all no complaints and we are over-joyed to have been able to meet and greet so many while introducing them to our comic books, prose, and artwork from Alex. The con was a comic book centered event all the way unlike some other shows and the cosplay was indeed on par with any cons we've been to and there have been many. We would like to extend our thanks to every attendee who came to our tables, stopped to talk, and even buy some of our products. We would like to thank the convention organizers and staff as they put on a great show and because of the success we heard that it might be a three day event next year.
As for the location on the Seaport, it was simply lovely. Our hotel was stay was one of the better we've had and a nice room makes the long days seem not so long. But you don't want to hear about the logistics and other mind numbing details of exhibiting. You want to see the show and so the pictures come.
One last thing: the con attendees were some of the nicest and informed comic book fans we've met. To that, we say CHEERS ONE AND ALL!!! You made our con great. If you couldn't make it, you can still buy Horsemen, The Ascendant #1-2, Ominous Odes, The Cell and check out Damn Heroes all on this site. Sorry, had to put that there.
Enjoy the pics of one of the best conventions on the east coast.
That's the vampire from the UK's version of Being Human so you know.
Considering Mark and I have a Special Thanks in the Wolverine: In the Flesh book, I had to.
A commission from Alex.
What Alex was working on.
Nice people. (See Alex post above)
In my opinion, he won the con.
That was our view at dinner Saturday.