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Posts Tagged ‘Portland’

I still haven’t gotten to see the new Firefly movie yet, as I spent the weekend in Portland at Stumptown. We had a decent amount of traffic for the one day event, and it was a lot of fun being around so many independent creators. Although it drew an indy crowd that didn’t seem to […]

he Digital Strips podcast gave our stats a flying leap yesterday, which is nice. Especially as we go into another show, Stumptown in Portland, where we will have a table in the middle of the room. Here’s a quote from their website: Then, Saturday morning, the main event hits PSU campus at 9:00 am! This […]

I’m sure everyone caught the news reports this weekend as Hurricane Rita barreled through my home towns of Beaumont and Port Arthur. If anyone is wondering why I consider both my home town, I was born in Beaumont and lived there for 19 years but Port Arthur is less than fifteen minutes away and my […]

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Traffic from the Stumptown website is starting to trickle in and it really is a nicely laid out site. I like the looks of our location, it’s in the middle. After five days at Cascadia Con where everything was split into side rooms, wings, narrow avenues and multiple hotels, it’s a relief to go to […]

The last update never got written because I got home from Portland at 2:00 in the morning. We were down there to see Chris and Emily Purdin, old friends from our Atlanta days at Primal Screen and college. It was interesting to hear that most of the old gang is now working on Harvey Birdman, […]

So I’m walking through the aisles of Excalibur Comics in Portland, when I come face to face with two of my professors from the Savannah College of Art and Design. No, not browsing, but as characters on the cover of a comic book. Mark Kneece and Bob Pendarvis are two of the founding members of […]

Sunday was the Portland Comic Convention at the convention center, and we were in attendance, passing out more flyers and enjoying the booths aplenty. What I really wanted to do was take a moment to meet Anne Timmons, the artist for the cute-as-pie comic book Go Girl! Anne’s comic style is sweet as can be, […]

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