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Convention Appearances for 2010

First off, I want to thank everyone who came out for Baltimore Comic-Con and Long Beach Comic-Con these past two weekends — you guys made them awesome. Getting the chance to meet folks face-to-face is the best part of my year, and I always look forward to it.

Since Baltimore was the last of my ten appearances for 2009, I thought I’d mention the 2010 conventions I have lined up so far:

– SAN FRANCISCO: Wondercon (April 2-4)

– CALGARY: Calgary Expo (April 24-25)

– SAN DIEGO: SDCC (July 22-25)

But! Here’s the deal: We can easily expand that list! I’ll happily come to any convention that has me out as a guest. All you need to do is e-mail your local convention and suggest they have me out. It really is that simple: They *want* feedback like that. That’s how the Calgary appearance came about, for example. So drop a line to your local convention: Let’s get Sheldon out to your neck of the woods!

Baltimore Comic-Con This Weekend!

Baltimore residents! Baltimore-adjacent residents! People-a-good-distance-away-from-Baltimore-but-who’d-still-be-willing-to-commute-in! Come on out to the Baltimore Comic-Con this weekend!

I’ll be there both days of the show at booth #2003 with my compadres Kris Straub and Brad Guigar, and across the aisle from our fourth compadre Scott Kurtz.

If you’re coming, and want me to bring a specific Sheldon original art to purchase at the convention sale of $25-off, please e-mail me and I’ll be sure to bring it along. 🙂

For those coming, I’ve put together a one-page, printable Sheldon guide to the show. Click HERE for the full-size, printable file, or click the image below.

The “How to Make Webcomics” book is up for a Harvey Award at the show, but we’re up against a book about Jack Kirby, so we’re under no illusions. But! Hopefully I’ll get a gift basket of Arby’s “Underdog” glasses like last year, so I can give them to Brad Guigar’s sons. 🙂

Platform 9 3/4

Sheldon reader Rudi N. sent in this great pic from King’s Cross railway station. I admire that the management folks behind the station had a strong enough sense of joy to make this happen.

The luggage cart disappearing into the wall is the coup de grace.

Long Beach Comic-Con this weekend!

This weekend! Long Beach! Booth #149! Sheldon’s at the first annual Long Beach Comic-Con!

I’ll be there all three days, and will also be giving a panel talk with compadres David Malki (Wondermark) and Jeff Zugale (Just a Bit Off) on webcomics and the like.

Comic strip fans should take note: Bloom County cartoonist Berke Breathed will be there as well, which is rare and kinda awesome. Also make sure to swing by to see Cari Corene, the Sheldon summer intern, who’ll be exhibiting in the Artist Alley tables!

For those coming, we’ve put together the o-fficial Sheldon guide to the show. Click HERE for the full-size, printable file, or click the image below.

And here’s a link to the Long Beach Comic-Con site itself.