Well this seems like a good time to do a brief year in review. It was a good year. We did some new shows, Anime Central, Wizard World Cleveland, and Heroescon among others. A big thank you to our local comic shop, Bill's Books and More for allowing us to set up there on free comic day, as well as the various other times when they have had sales. It is always a good time working on commissions, eating pizza, and chatting up the staff throughout the day. I bid a fond farewell to Otakon in Baltimore, there will never be anything quite like the feeling of that convention in that city. It was my second anime con that I ever attended, and it was al
Anime Central is coming up and after that Tricon!!
Anime Central will be happening May 20-22, and my excitement is off the chart! I've never been to the Chicago area, ever. So this is providing a great reason to check it out and sell some comics to an audience we have never reached, previously. Brandon's been wanting to do this one for a while. Last year we didn't quite make it in, but thankfully this year it worked out! We should have some new books, as well as a few new prints ready for the con. If anyone one is going to be out there, stop by the booth and say hi. We always love meeting fans!
And two weeks after that is Tricon! It's an absolutely fantastic comic convention ran by true comi
It's not too far away, Jan 15-17. There is something special to us about Ohayocon. It was my first anime convention, or convention in general I ever attended, back in 2011. It was the first convention I ever sold at, back in 2013. Although looking back now I don't really think we were really quite ready then for what we were getting into, but you have to start someplace, and they were gracious enough to allow that. I'm incredibly thankful for that opportunity, and that they have continued to do so the past four years. Hopefully my skills have increased at least a little bit since then, and that I have learned a thing or two about selling a