MCM LONDON COMIC-CON
Ok, so now its that time of the year when we are heading into the Big Con. You may wonder which I am referring to, but be in no doubt, with Record breaking attendance at the last show, and over 88,000 people passing through their doors, it is one hell of a Big Show!
In just over 2 weeks I will be there from the 23rd of May until the 25th Sketching my proverbial Butt off. I was going to say 'Ass' but it seemed rather Rude. So I will stick with Butt.
Ok so what's the deal? Well I sketch what you want, whatever that may be. But with numbers of 88,000 and growing, it really is 1st come 1st serve. So this is your chance to jump the queue & Pre-Order. No waiting around, no wondering if I can get it done, Just click & collect, & what could be better than that?
To Pre-Order a Sketch simply go to the COMMISSIONS section of this Website along the Top Bar, Click what you are after & pay by Paypal. It couldn't be easier.
Keep an Eye out for more announcements over the next couple of weeks...
The SFBall Weekend
So it's Tuesday Night and I am finally in recovery mode from the SFBall weekender. What a grand weekend it was too. With great Guests, Staff & attendees. I don't think a show could possibly be more welcoming and friendly.
I arrived early on Friday afternoon and was kindly picked up at the station, though the event was really only around the corner. Although the Train Journey was a four hour jaunt all in. I guess I could have flown to spain in that time!
But I digress.
I settled in Nice and Early and got myself in my nice comfortable position behind my table. That was the easy part, I am used to it after all.
The guests were all gathered together in the Green Room around 6.00 to prepare for our stage appearance. Alongside Robert Rankin, J.A Saare, Fwah Storm (Reload) Miltos Yerolemou (Game of Thrones) Armin Shimerman (Buffy) Max Grodenchick (Deep Space 9), Star Trek writers Diane Duane, Peter Morewood, & David Gerrold. There was me Burger King in hand, Garbage Pail t-shirt & hoodie. Oh yes of course everyone else was dressed up! What was I thinking? This was a ball after all, then the quickest quick change I have ever done. Shirt + Boots = Tick.
Then all of a sudden I found myself microphone in hand in front of 300 attendees where I did my very best impression of Lee Bradley not being too inappropriate on stage.