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Small Cons: Big rewards for Indie Creators

When it comes to conventions, San Diego Comic Con – the Comic Con – is the big dream for most comic creators. The chance to get your portfolio in front of editors, sell to hardcore comic fans and rub elbows with comic professionals. However, the fees can be daunting for an Indie Comic creator just […]

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FAN ABOUT TOWN – Interview with Justin Peniston

One of the many great aspects of being a Small Press publisher in Los Angeles is the close proximity of all of the local talent.  As such, I’ll occasionally feature interviews with LA Indie Creators on this column. First up is the very talented and, as you will soon read, very hard-working Justin Peniston of Big […]

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WonderCon “Through Indie Eyes”

WonderCon 2012 resided in Anaheim California. As opposed to San Francisco in past years. Many of the vendors were a bit anxious due to this change of location and venue. Local convention enthusiasts were stoked not to travel as far for a major comic convention. A large number of vendors were from the bay area. […]

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FAN ABOUT TOWN – WONDER-CON 2012 Artists Alley Journal (Part 2)

When last we left off, I had just endured Wonder-Con 2012 Day 1, the bulk of which was spent stuck in traffic in and around the greater Anaheim area.  Fortunately, I had already planned to take off Day 2 and spend it at home with my family, so I was given a twenty-four hour reprieve […]

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FAN ABOUT TOWN – WONDER-CON 2012 Artists Alley Journal (Part 1)

As most of the comics cognoscenti has blogged by now, Wonder-Con 2012 blew through Anaheim this past weekend, much like the hurricane that its logo somewhat resembles.  And, just like that hurricane, this year’s show was unpredictable and furious and plagued the Disneyland area with several inches of rain.

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