CNI’s Jimmy Aquino and friends at dinner at Merts.
Crazy day of the dead imagery fills the park near the con.
Andy Belanger sketching away at Friday’s Drink ‘n’ Draw
Baltimore ComicCon’s Marc Nathan showed off his well-coiffed infant son.
The show includes an excellent display of contemporary comic strip art.
A piece from the collection.
Also on display, art from the AKIRA animated movie. The live-action one is, sadly, dead for now.
Roy Thomas and Cully Hamner after the Comics Goes Movies panel.
Tommy Lee Edwards‘ two children charmed everyone as Hit-Girl and Kick-Ass.
Teenage Satan’s Stephanie Buscema.
Ninjasaur’s Jason Horn
Rich Tomaso in Indie Island
We totally coveted Farel Dalrymple’s grunge-era yellow sweater.
Terry Moore, Robin Moore and Billy Tucci catch up.
Ryan Sook whose excellent covers will grace the DEADMAN relaunch.
How many comics folks can YOU spot in the barcon revelry that raged on Saturday?
At the end of the evening, attendees at a White Party mingled with the fun. Amazing!
Heidi MacDonald is the founder and editor in chief of The Beat. In the past, she worked for Disney, DC Comics, Fox and Publishers Weekly. She can be heard regularly on the More To Come Podcast. She likes coffee, cats and noble struggle.