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Friday, June 4, 2010

HeroesCon 2010


I'm now in Charlotte NC, the Queen City, where I'll be sitting at table AA-105 at HeroesCon at the Convention Center. Tomorrow at 3 I'll be talking with the mighty Tom Spurgeon in front of a small but shrinking crowd. I expect to see you all there.

7 comments:

JoshM said...

Wait, I thought Burlington VT was the Queen City. I can be there tomorrow...

the cheese guy said...

You better be funny! :)

kanishk said...

You better be funny! :)

Jesse C said...

I know "LOL" is a bit redundant on the internets, but I literally laughed out loud at today's comic.

Robert Ullman said...

I passed that copy of Richard's Poor Almanac that I had you autograph for my pal Chad. He pretty much loved it. He was pretty jealous, however, at the knowledge that he missed such a good deal on the original art! Maybe Baltimore...

Catherine said...

Oh shucks. Yet another ha-ha added to the vast collection of cartoons and commercials about little boys being terrified or revolted by hug-bent older ladies. Shed a tear for poor Alice who can dread the years to come of having big, wet kisses forced upon her by old guys (or Adrian Brody) who expect her to feel complimented by their attention.

richardcthompson said...

Adrian Brody? Shudder!