Well, well, well....it's that time of year again already.
Yup, MCM Expo (or Comic-Con as it's now known) arrived with yet another May bank holiday weekend of unpredictable weather, raging seas of people and 'free hugs' signs.
However, for me there was one small difference - I was seeing all this from the other side.
No, no - I'm not saying I'm dead. But for once I was sat behind a table, among fellow budding artists, illustrators and comickers - enjoying my first London Expo as a member of the Comic Village.
As you may have seen in the aforementioned posts, my new products this time around were another pair of custom painted shoes; Dragonball Z themed, a new custom painted t-shirt; Totoro themed and some new art prints - two Star Wars portraits and a bizarre Regular Show illustration. The Universal Horror and the Fan books returned, as well as The Grinning Man (which I here tell that Orbital Comics have long since sold out of! Not to worry - more on the way - thank you to those who shelled out their hard-earned cash for them) so all in all - not a bad haul with which to face the teeming crowds.
Thank you to all who purchased prints, small drawings, shoes, t-shirts, books and the like. I hope to see you all at the next Comic-Con in October, and maybe - just maybe - you have decided to attend the London Film and Comic Con this July, in which case I may see you there.