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Long Beach Comic-Con

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Long Beach Comic-Con

Postby paburrows » Tue Oct 05, 2010 9:50 am

October 29 -31 Is anyone going? I went to the one this Spring and was a little underwhelmed for having driven 2 hours to get there, but I've heard that the Fall one if bigger. Did anyone go to both the Fall and Spring Con, I'm curious how they compare. It says that they want you to dress up in your Haloween costume.
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Re: Long Beach Comic-Con

Postby SNAKEBITE » Thu Oct 07, 2010 6:22 pm

I might go on Friday. We're throwing a big halloween party at my Gallery on the 30th so I'll be occupied. THis show is small, but there's always great talent there. But I'm only a half an hour away. two hours would make me think twice, three hours would make me stay home. but I've worked in comics for too long.


Also, I'm dressing up as Snakebite. The coolest super hero I could think of...But I have no imagination.
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Re: Long Beach Comic-Con

Postby EAllen » Thu Oct 07, 2010 7:42 pm

Whoa, Bite, is that a misprint? I have no imagination. Bulls#!t!

All one needs to debunk that last statement is to look at your trippy ass artwork you have on your online Gallery (needs no updating--art is forever)!

I'll be referring back to your post, Bite, in the coming days to figure out how I can fit in a visit to your Petra Gallery, either around the time of the Halloween party or earlier.

As for the Long Beach Comic-Con, I'm unsure as to what or how I will be able to make this. We'll see. One of the things I hate about my schedule, is that it's so damn unpredictable--oh wait, that's simply the artist's life!
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