Wow! What an awesome show! It’s on Cartoon Network and it’s really funny. It’s a cross between the 60s Batman and The Tick!
Thanks go to Wil Wheaton for getting me to watch it at all. He did the episode “Fall of the Blue Beetle” as Ted Kord and we set up the TiVo pass to record them all so we’ve been watching them. Really great stuff!
Yay me for finally being cool enough to like something on Cartoon Network besides Robot Chicken! :-)
I can see why Wil Wheaton loves this con so much… Um, probably because he’s the Main Attraction! Ha! His panels were too big for the venue, sadly. It was two distinct cons in one; Wil Con, which attracted the comic and sci fi nerds and Squee Con which attracted the Anime Kids. The Anime side of the con had an average age of, oh, 15. Yah. Veeeery irritating after 3 days.
This con is really great overall and I highly recommend it to artists (comic and otherwise). It’s small enough to be intimate and big enough to actually support the cost of a table. Behemoth cons such as San Diego charge so much that making a profit after paying for the booth is highly unlikely. The vendors seemed to have had a very successful con and our pals James and Becky (Little Vampires) said that this is the first con that they’ve made a profit. W00t! BIG SHOUT OUT to Becky and James! They RAWK!
I’d also like to link to Daniel of Monster Commute. He not only makes BEAUTIFUL comics (Monster Haiku!!! Klawberry!!!), he hosts a mean panel! Other panelists should learn from his organised approach. He lives in Phoenix and he a definitely a mover and shaker. You’ll be seeing much more from him in the future.
Nick has posted some video clips of Wheaton and Marina Sirtis as well as some pix for your enjoyment. I think you’ll find them linked from his blog.
Ok, I’ve got to post and log out – ITX is trying to troubleshoot my database sluggishness.