On Saturday, I headed downtown to Stumptown Comics Fest. It was a blast as always, and I came home with a massive stack of fresh new comics!
giving my feet a break from walking around all the booths.
statue outside the Convention Center. Someone put a slice of pizza in the little girl’s hand, love it!pizza sticker, with kitty cat heads!
couldn’t resist taking a picture of this.
And here’s some of the goodness I ended up bringing home!
Diary Comic by Aya Kakeda. Stumbling across her booth was the best thing that happened ever! I’ve owned a few Dunnys that she designed, and had seen some of her art before, but had no idea she did comics! They’re mostly mini-comics and diary comics, all adorable of course. She signed my copy for me, woo!
Both Bridge City Comics and Things From Another World had boxes upon boxes of $1 comics. I got a huge stack of awesome girly superhero comics! I’m really excited to read the newer Batwoman series; the artwork looks so amazing!
Sock Monkey by Tony Millionaire & Local by Brian Wood. I love me some Tony Millionaire, I even own a Drinky Crow vinyl toy. Local is a fantastic series: wonderful artwork and a great storyline.
Bahahaa! Most hilariously cute little comic ever. Henry Rollins (Black Flag) + Glenn Danzig (The Misfits) = love!
Some of the hardbacks I bought. Gotham City Sirens has Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn, and Catwoman getting an apartment together and trying to be normal. What?! That sounds ridiculous. I love ridiculous!
Flies on the Ceiling is a Love & Rockets collection. It’s one of my favorite comic series ever of all time. It’s written by the Hernandez brothers, and spans several generations. Amaziiiiing.
And last, but not least. Two wonderful signed prints.
“Portlando” by the guys from webcomic Buttersafe. (heh. Portland, Lando Carlrissian. Get it?) and “Not a Lie” by Cat Farris.