I just got back from Pittsburgh Comicon yesterday evening and I want to say I had a great time. I’m linking some of my photos from the convention here – (photos). I spent my time at Pittsburgh Comicon sharing a booth with Burning Bulb Publishing authors Gary Vincent and Rich Bottles. While most of the convention was three days of discussions with people about our books, I also spend some time networking with several interesting people creating comics, illustration, and prose.
For a little cross promotional purposes I got business cards/contacts from the following:
Brian Koscienski of www.FortressPublishingInc.com
Charles Urbach of www.charlesurbach.com
Chris Dane of 8thdayanime.com
Christine Marie Soltis of darkwriters.tripod.com
Chuck Moore of www.comicrelated.com
David DeVera of Diamondgoatmedia.com
Ed Beard Jr. of www.edbeardjr.com
Eric S. Beebe of PostMortem-Press.com
Heather V. Kreiter of shamansoulstudios.com
Henry Tjernlund Photography and Graphics
Jason Williams of Dimension X comics, toys, and collectibles
Jon Sprunk of www.jonsprunk.com
John Towers of www.facebook.com/stigmatastudios
Kevin R. Leen of www.leenink.com
Kimberly Bennett of www.kimberly-bennett.com
Kristopher Smith of kartprod.com
Kurt Einhaus of kurteinhaus.com
Mike Maydak of MikeMaydak.com
Robert Hoskins, Jr. of Stormwatch Comics
Sterling Clark of ntombinde.com
My thanks also go to Sterling Clark who had the booth beside ours and to the whole crew over at Steel City Comics who had the booth behind us. They put up with our juvenile antics and clowning around with remarkable patience.
I would also like to give a big thank you to my booth mates Gary Vincent and Rich Bottles for getting me to try out some very fine cuisine in the Pittsburgh area including the Green Forest Brazilian restaurant and the Tilted Kilt Irish Pub.