I was a guest of honor (and a Harvey Award nominee) at the Baltimore Comic Con this year, which was an amazing con. I wrote a series of posts about it over at my other website, www.AlbertTheAlien.com, where I detailed out the events of the weekend. Below are the links to the posts, as well as some highlight photos from the event.
PART 1: Where I arrived at the show a day early, attempted to convince everyone I would be the easiest guest they had ever had, and then proceeded to prove that statement wrong in every possible way that I could (sometimes intentionally, other times not).
PART 2: The first official day of the con, where events were happening, sales occurred, and I had dinner with Dean Haspiel and Howard Chaykin.
PART 3: Where we didn’t win a Harvey Award, but we had a good time all the same.
PART 4: Where we had to say goodbye to new friends and fans, with the hopes that we would be invited back next year (despite all the shenanigans).
I wrote a series of posts on my other website, www.AlbertTheAlien.com, about my convention experience at Wizard World Chicago. Check out the various sections below.
PART 1: Preview Night, which included a very hearty dinner with my good pal, Russell Lissau.
PART 2: The first official day, in which I moderated a panel with Dean Haspiel, Ali Cantarella, and Steve Horton.
PART 3: The biggest day of the show, where Channel Awesome paid me a visit and I met Jon Baily (Honest Trailers)
PART 4: The final day, where I had to say my goodbyes (by taking silly pictures with people).