It's been a couple of days and I'm still processing the whirlwind that was Con this year. As a break out organization dropping a very different type of product, I think Thoughtgun Shells did amazingly well. Those that risked coming into our strange little booth, filled with things that they hadn't seen, were ultra receptive! We made several great contacts and overall performed our best. I think it was a wonderful success that promises more in the future as we build up some renown.
Obviously, none of this would have been possible without help from some incredible friends! Peter Han, my partner in crime and brother from another mother. He took me by the hand and gently introduced me to the world of Comic-con presenting. He was firm but kind. Jenny Bobo Lee for hooking up our book so it came out looking ULTRA professional. Dave Wilkins for his humbling art, and inspiring relationships with his fans. Autumn, Daniel, andRobh, for being brilliant artists that have so willingly shared their hood and their knowledge! Jonathan Hawkins and Seth Aston for totally rocking ass on The Sheeple are Shy app. (Please check it out! It's available on the iTunes app store bit.ly/UtfAVR ) And of course Sophy, my lovely girlfriend for her patience and support as I toiled on my part of this project.
I also want to personally thank all of you, here in electronic land, that have had a huge part in supporting and promoting our little endeavor.
It's been absolutely humbling and thoroughly exciting to experience. I know Pete and I love doing this, and we both hope to bring you more kick ass ideas for you to enjoy!
We would also LOVE your feedback, on the experience with us in Booth 5554, our art, and our stories! What would you like to see more of next year? What tickled your fancy? Drop a line to me, Pete, or Thoughtgun Shells and please share your thoughts!
Thank you all, once again!