We went to Comic Arts Brooklyn this weekend and had a splendid time! It was a show full of great comics and people and more people and even more people.
Here are some pictures!
We arrived at Comic Arts Brooklyn and there was an excellent poster outside.
And then we went inside and were promptly confronted with this wonderful display on the stage!
And a table!
We promptly went to work and pulled out our books, which assembled attractively as you can see below.
These books! So beauteous.
And here’s a close up.
The Cute Girl Network was our show debut at Comics Art Brooklyn, and it was a great success! You can see it looking marvelous here.
The doors opened at 11am and the show floor promptly turned into a seething morass of comics-loving people (in the best possible way)!
Here are some of our first visitors (who stuck around, with their notebook of epicness, to read much of Legends of Zita the Spacegirl. They had excellent taste)!
George O’Connor was our first author to do a signing, and a bevy of small children (and some adults) stopped by to check out the Olympians books.
Here George draws a Cyclops in a copy of his most recent Olympians book, Poseidon!
Dave Roman stopped by to sign Astronaut Academy (in silver)!
He also drew some adorable bears.
Then the authors of The Cute Girl Network, MK Reed and Joe Flood, stopped by to sign their show debut. Here’s MK!
And here’s Joe, sketching Jane, the main female lead from The Cute Girl Network.
Next we had CAB Featured Guest Paul Pope stop by to sign some copies of his #1 New York Times Best-Selling graphic novel Battling Boy.
Paul draws a picture of Battling Boy’s dad!
Then we were exhausted and went home! But we had a great time at this show.