So here is a quick summary of the last day of Emerald City Comic-Con.
The first notable thing that happened was a panel called I’m So Much Cooler Online because, you know, it’s true. Unfortunately, there wasn’t much new information there, but the panelists (Thomas Zahler, Ben Thompson, and Jill Pantozzi) were entertaining and it was fun just listening to their banter. Immediately after that was Kirby Krackle: Unplugged which was Kyle Stevens playing Kirby Krackle songs and being lovely.
Once Kirby Krackle: Unplugged got out, there was wandering and meeting up with people. I found Eugene Ahn (A.K.A. Adam Warrock), as well as Barry Blankenship who gave me some of his super rad art. Things started wrapping up soon after.
Once we had said our goodbyes to the con, I stopped by the Mint Condition art show at Ltd. Art Gallery, where my Tumblr feed came to life. Look– pictures!
Overall, ECCC was a lot of fun, to say the least. The trip up to Seattle also made me way more excited about the idea of going to SeattleU next fall. We’ll see what happens with that… Until then, I have plenty of artists to write about (yay!).