Posts Tagged ‘conventions’

Emerald City Comicon 2010

Monday, March 8th, 2010

Hello everybody,

We know things have been slow around here for a while, but we wanted to let you know that we will once again be at Emerald City Comicon this weekend in Seattle, WA. Just like last year, we are at tables D-11/12, and will have plenty of copies of “Here There Be Robots Volume 1: Marooned” on hand.

A lot of people missed it last time since we ran out of copies so quickly. The plan this year is to have enough copies for everyone that wants one. We will also have whatever remaining stock of the single issues and T-shirts we have left on hand, as well as some new postcard sized prints of the various issue’s cover art.

We hope to see you there!


Thanks, Emerald City Comicon!

Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010

Jeremy and I wanted to say a big thank you to everyone that came out to the Emerald City Comicon. You guys are awesome! Especially those of you that took the time to chat and pick up our books (gotta pay for the table somehow!)

My awesome wife, Brittany, took a bunch of pictures at the con, many of which feature our niece meeting all the people in cool costumes. You can see those over at the official Here There Be Robots Flickr page.

Normally, Jeremy and I take turns running the table and wandering around the convention. This year it was so busy that we ended up having very little time to see the actual convention floor. One highlight for me (and pretty much the only thing I got away from the table to see) was the Kirby Krackle concert on Sunday afternoon. If you haven’t heard these guys yet, head over to their website and check out their stuff. You can stream most of their songs on the site through their player in the upper left corner.

It was also great to hear all the support for the comic. A lot of you were asking if the comic is still being made. Even though Jeremy has very little time to draw these days, the plan is still to keep going with the comic. We have a lot more written than has been drawn, and there are a lot of fun twists and turns ahead for Oscar and Rob. We hope you will stick with us and see where the comic goes.