I went as Death from The Sandman series by Neil Gaiman.
Comicons can be a frightening experience for people who didn’t wear costumes.
Digitally engineering their next droid.
Me with the awesome Black Cat
I told her not to kiss any men at the con.
She said she wouldn’t unless they really deserved it.
Who ya gonna call?
Me and Regina from Once Upon A Time. We’re both mistresses of Death.
My awesome con companion, Eden Lang. She went as a Dauntless from the Divergent Series.
Cutest. Hobbit. Ever.
We got to meet Adam Baldwin! He kept calling Eden, “Edith.” It was pretty funny.
Where’s The Batman?
I don’t remember anything from this encounter.
Lovely. This was one of my favorite costumes at the con.
Nothin’ to see here. Just a man walkin’ his droid.
Tin Tin takes on a bounty hunter.
One of my favorite comic book characters, Rorschach.
Dudes with guns.
The Gears of War man on the right, Calen Hoffman, built his from scratch. Check out his other works.
Seriously. This guy was creepy. He always stayed in character and basically terrorized us anytime he saw us. It was great.
Incredible body art.
Eternal Sisters! This is me and Little Alice.
I got to meet the artist, Cat Staggs. She’s illustrated lots of comics for DC and Marvel. She’s currently working on Smallville Season 11.
I really don’t think kids should play so close to that thing.
Fantastic cosplay of Nightcrawler.
This is Jimmy Hasse. His comics and illustrations were really funny and we had a good chat about humor in comics and Val Kilmer’s awesome roles and this and that.
This is Bartholomew Schmidt, a creator of a web comic series about a Changeling. Called Changeling’s Child. He had me at changeling. I can’t resist a good fairy tale.
Why So Serious?
The Dark Crystal
Levi Hoffmeier is an amazing comic and concept artist. I had the pleasure of talking with him and was so impressed with his taste and skill.
Check out his new webcomic coming out this summer, MAYFLOWER.
Need a haircut?
This is Steven Sanders, and his curly beard.
He’s an illustrator for such awesomeness as Wolverine and X-men, and he just finished a successful kickster campaign to create a series called, Symbiosis, the world’s first Creative Commons world building art book. It’s 1940 bio-punk, and you’ve gotta hear more so go here…
I also had the pleasure of meeting Jeremy Mohler from Outland Entertainment. He’s got a great team of artists and has an awesome visionary perspective on publishing.
And what comicon is complete with out a hug from Dr. Who?
Okay, so a hug is a bit of an exaggeration. He didn’t want to get too close. Nobody wants a hug from Death.