Monday, February 20, 2006

New York Comic Con...assemble!

For anyone interested, I'll be appearing at the NY Comic Con this weekend (Well...part of Friday and all day Saturday) at the Javitz Center.

I don't know my exact signing schedule but the way things look, I'll be sketching and signing at the DC booth with the rest of the Firestorm creative team and I'll also be sitting at the ACROSS THE POND COMICS booth. ATP is the company that published Armor X and they're a fine group of people and a lot of fun at conventions. They've become sort of my own little convention family. Awww...ain't that sweet? Anyway, exact times are a mystery but that's where I'll be.

The strangest thing (to me) about the convention experience are the people who, for whatever reason, want to get their picture taken together. It doesn't happen super frequently but it always happens a couple of times at these shows. I think most of the time, they're not even aware of who I am or what I do. They just see a person behind a table and go from there.

Or maybe I just really am that darn pretty.

I have many aquaintances in New York that I suspect might be bopping around the convention. It will be interesting to see who I run into and should be fun to get up to date with friends that I've lost touch with, as well as get a chance to see closer friends I've kept in touch with.

For anyone reading the blog, hit me up with a secret handshake or something.



Anonymous said...

Aw man, I would LOVE to be there to meet you and get a couple of comics signed and you sketch!? I guess I've always known you as a great writer/inker, you gotta show us some sketches sometime keith! ;)

Only the vast ocean is holding me back! lol The only thing I hate about living in England is missing out on these kinda things! Have a great time all, let me know what went down! :D

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TomNguyen said...

too bad i won't make it; NY is one place i haven't been to yet.

keith champagne said...

New York is far too small for a man of Tom Nguyen's tastes.

Chris, I gotta send you those signed comics! Sorry it's taken so long, look for them shortly. If I have time, I'll throw in a sketch.

Anonymous said...

Wow, thank you Keith, that's awesome and much appreciated! :D

Brad-Brown said...

Sounds like a good time. What nights are you going to be in NY? I hit a pretty good show called "Escape from Bellvue" last time I was there. Worth seeing...course you could probably say that about a few thousand other things simultanesouly going on in the city.