Due to my trip to Argentina, I was only able to get to the New York Comic Con on the last day, which is too bad, because I love the convention. But I'd already scheduled my trip to South America, and it was too late to cancel.
This also meant I was unable to do a panel, which is the sure way to scare up publicity and audience attention - but we still had a decent crowd on the last day. James Hancock and John Holderried kept my booth going until I got there, and I had autographed some Blu-Rays of CHEATIN' in advance so that fans who were only able to attend on one day could still buy one. The Blu-Ray edition contains my new short film "The Gastronomic Shark", which is not available anywhere else.
This year, as an added attraction, we had Adam Rackoff with us, selling some very cool DVD's from his business partner Matthew Modine's experiences working with Stanley Kubrick on the film "Full Metal Jacket".
I also got to meet Jared Gilman, who starred in Wes Anderson's film "Moonrise Kingdom". He bought a copy of my book "Independently Animated" so I drew a caricature of him inside the book.
Here are a bunch of photos from the Comic-Con, most of them taken by John H. - you can check out his full album of pictures at:
Those last three photos are of the same woman, she's a model named Vera Baby. She had a booth a few rows away from mine, and she wore a different sexy outfit every day, which kept my staff entertained, especially James.