Apparently, New York Comic Con was the largest indoor gathering in NY since the start of the pandemic. Grateful to have played a part in a such a special Comic Con. Thanks to everyone who stopped by to talk to us about Battle Quest Comics! Special thanks to the Boba Fett Chicken. Candyman. And to the lucky few who picked up … Continue reading
Battle Quest Comics attended our first comic con since the Dawn of The Dystopia. We connected with Jack, The Pumpkin King. Discovered that Magnum PI reads Battle Quest Comics. And as usual – we sold out of all of our graphic novels. Huge thanks to everyone who came out under such difficult circumstances. To the convention staff for their Herculean … Continue reading
Chicago Comic Con 2020 was awesome! We sold almost three hundred books. And I met The Night King from Game of Thrones!!! Onward to Emerald City Comic Con!
New York Comic Con was a force of nature. Marvel was lucky enough to have us as their neighbor. The legendary Tom Orzechowski signed No’madd books. And I finally got the entire seven volume set!! Meanwhile, at Baltimore Comic Con…my man below bought the first ever seven volume set!! And I did an interview with Real Book Comic Talk: Truth … Continue reading
Rose City Comic Con 2019 was awesome. This kid said: “I can tell its great just by looking at it.” (You’re great, kid.) The Gamorrean Guard agreed. And so did hundreds of other people…cause we nearly sold out. Up next – NYCC 2019!
WonderCon 2019 was a great learning experience. We sold over 200 books. And we met Bumblebee. Up Next – Ace Comic Con in Seattle!
Seattle was awesome. No’madd sold over 600 books. We got our first No’madd figure! Thanks Nathan Seekerman! No’madd penciller Aaron McConnell came to see his work in print. (Thanks dude, Hollywood returns my calls again – !) Plus, we met this kid and she was a total rockstar. Up next, WonderCon. Booth 1010
Ace Comic Con in Arizona was a strange and wonderful experience. There was a Transformers No’madd epic crossover event. But Galvatron hated No’madd. And – we met GizmoDuck. Up next – Emerald City Comic Con.
The first LA Comic Con without the legendary Stan Lee was a tough show. Nevertheless – No’madd sold well over 200 books and absolutely crushed the con. Huge thanks to Jen Moondancer who showed up as The Goddess Tyon. Everette – who came all the way to LA from W. Virginia just to get No’madd. And a very special thanks to … Continue reading
No’madd crushed Baltimore Comic Con. 300 + books sold. What an awesome show in a wild city. Someone even made the Andrew Kafoury trading card. Epic win.