Friday, February 09, 2007

Two Cons, and Elevator, and a Rug

The Forces of Evil have summoned me to perform their twisted bidding again this year. Twice! I guess I'll be doing panels at Comicon in San Diego and Wondercon in San Francisco. I've never been to San Francisco, much less Wondercon. What should I expect from Wondercon? What can i do or see in one day/evening? Is Rice-A-Roni still the treat up there? How often do you get to see and/or participate in high speed chases?

In other news, Cartoon Network put some fun stuff up in their new Atlanta offices. Here's an elevator painting and an 8-bit rug. Neither of which are bombs.


Blogger supersammyteam said...

Those look great, I loike the elevator one the most.

12:42 AM  
Blogger Niko Anesti said...

I'm really hoping to attend the San Diego Comicon this year. Hopefully I'll get to meet you, that'd be awesome. The 8-bit rug is very cool. That may just be because I'm a sucker for old video games, but still. And I love that elevator art, they look great even without outlines, hah.

7:57 AM  
Blogger Allyn said...

haha, they're so cool! great work enviroment :)

someone's stuck a postcard holder over Mandy's hair, I bet she must be really pissed off hehe

10:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am considering getting the 8-bit Mandy tattooed over Buttercup.


12:45 PM  
Blogger Waterbury Girl said...

Last winter I visited a friend who lives near San Francisco. I remember a very long traffic jam, steep hills, and drunk young men dancing outside our cars while we were stopped at a red light. Oh, and it's a short drive to wine country! which I think is why I don't remember much more than that....

6:25 PM  
Blogger Mukpuddy said...

Man those elevator doors look awesome, I think I'll get some put in my house!!!

3:23 PM  
Blogger NICK DOWNING said...

here I am watching Billy and Mandy at 6:00 as usual a commercial break approaches i become bored until the big boogey adventure commercial comes on i mean that was a good commercial you should blog it because it is a good commercial. okay. bye bye.

5:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

silly goose, there haven't been any high-speed car chases in S.F. since Mike Stone and Steve Keller left the force!

2:41 PM  
Blogger Allyn said...

i took your advice on putting together a portfolio and it paid off! got offered some work experience. Just thought I'd say thanks for the great advice, and keep making your brilliant shows :)

10:36 AM  
Anonymous YoshiAngemon said...

Wow. That IS amazing, there. Still, the bomb talk is pretty bad, and considering that it WAS a bad idea to make people think that the Mooninite things were bombs, I guess maybe this whole thing might blow over, which will, considering that the people do buy DVD Boxsets of the Old CN shows.

11:56 AM  
Blogger chia said...

What to do during WonderCon...
Well, you can always stop by artist alley table AA76 because you are stupendously amazing and I would love to meet you. I'm the guy that looks like my avatar.

2:55 AM  
Blogger Maxwell Atoms said...

Actually, nobody was trying to make anybody think that the ATHF ads were bombs. It's just a sad reflection of the times we live in that it went this far.

2:23 PM  
Blogger Kike said...

Hello, I´m Kike, from Spain.
Cthulhu, Kurt Russel and The Dead at the same cartoon? Yes! Thats comedy!

PD->I note that my first post have insults. Sorry.

12:54 PM  
Anonymous Ellen said...


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