Here we go again. One more time, San Diego, and all that it entails, awaits us. I wish I could say I'm not nervous, and part of me is in fact very calm, but I have a lot to do there, many people to see, to talk, to meet, and when you're moving as fast as a speeding bullet, you worry you're going to miss the train.
We won't. I know that.
In case there's anyone reading, here's what our schedule will be like:
3pm - De:TALES signing at the Dark Horse booth.
Come say hi and get your De:TALES copy signed. If you liked the stories we put on the book, you'll like the stories we have to tell on the flesh.
4:30pm - CBLDF signing on the CBLDF booth
We're auctioning the cover of Casanova 3 for the fund, and we'll be doing drawings for those there at the time. Come by and help protect the freedom of the artist.
1pm - AiT signing
If you liked Ursula or Smoke and Guns, we'll be there talking about comics and signing your books. Larry has a lot of cool books and we'd love to convince you to try them out when you buy ours. I'll have postcard prints of the Smoke and Guns cover for 2 bucks if anyone wants them. They sure look pretty.
3pm - 24Seven signing
Stop by at booth 2729 to see this beautiful book and check out our story on your hands. I'm very proud of our artwork on this story, specially my colors, and no internet preview can really show what I did there. And we'll have nice postcard prints of scenes from the story for 2 bucks each.
5pm - Ait signing
Second chance. If you liked Ursula or Smoke and Guns, we'll be there talking about comics and signing your books. Larry has a lot of cool books and we'd love to convince you to try them out when you buy ours. I'll have postcard prints of the Smoke and Guns cover for 2 bucks if anyone wants them. They sure look pretty.
We'll have a secret signing on Saturday, and we'll be hanging around all these booths at various times, and Ba will be a lot at Booth 2729 side by side with Matt Fraction on the Casanova bandwagon extravaganza.
This is the tenth straight year we go to San Diego. The first one, we were merely comic book fans, we stood in lines for autographs, we got copies of the books we liked from the hands of the artists and writers we liked, we started meeting them and discovering they were real and, most of the times, they were really nice guys (or girls).
We're really nice guys as well. Don't be shy and come talk to us. Get to know our work and ask us why we do comics. We'll tell you all about it. We'll tell you stories.
We'll leave you waiting for more.
Tuesday, July 18, 2006
Posted by Fábio Moon at 6:15 PM