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Thursday, September 26, 2013

RCCC 2013 - Goodies and extras

Over the past couple of years, I've been collecting various prints that I find at conventions from a variety of different artists. This year, I went very light in my print buying. I also didn't buy as many trades as I would have liked to, but due to my schedule, I only ended up going to 1 dealer to pick-up what I did buy.



Jamie Tyndall- I have a fondness in my heart for G.I. Joe and Star Wars, since I grew-up with both of these influences. I have to admit that I really like the faux magazine covers. There were so many other prints I would like to have of his work, but these were my choices from RCCC:









































I Like Comics- The past 3 con's that I have seen these guys at, they always have their trades discounted. This time, they were 70% off. I couldn't resist getting some additions to my collection. The more they feed my addiction from trades, the more I will continue to write reviews here.









Bob the Artist- I liked what I saw at his booth. Unfortunately, what I picked-up is going to be Christmas gifts for some friends, so I'm not posting what I bought. Check out his website to look at what he has to offer. Nice guy. I'll keep an eye out for him at future con's.



Charlie Donkin- Last year, I bought a great looking Twilight print from him as a gift for a friend. This year, I decided to treat myself to one of his many fine pieces. Such a great artist. (Apologies for the blurriness of the picture.)











Brandon Seifert-  I saw Brandon's booth at Stumptown this year, but I didn't get a chance to stop by. I made sure that I dropped by to pick-up the trades for Witch Doctor. I'm looking forward to reading these. I've heard good things.







That's it for this year. Now to get ready for next year. Wizard World Portland is coming at the end of January.


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