Because I am lazy that way.
And I DESERVE lazy, as I am still very busy with a billion little things that flood me. I can't stop working!
But the work on Guardians is winding down. Storyboards have to end at some point, and we're only 5 months away from release. Yeah, I mentioned that in the past journal, didn't I? I guess because my every waking hours are still very much chained to it so I don't have that many original news.
But on to SDCC, and reposting my DA journal...so you can skip that last part if you've read it on DA
Comicon is almost upon us!
Just wanted to give a few heads up:
I'll be there the whole weekend, from Wednesday July 11th Preview night to Sunday July15th. I'll be helping at the Bolt City production table (formerly Flight), situated at booth #2235, right between Marvel and Sideshow Collectibles.
We'll have may great artists with their books present:
Kazu Kibuishi (Amulet), Scott C (The Great Showdowns), Jorge Cham (PHD comics), Michel Gagné (saga Of Rex, Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet) and Tony Cliff (Delilah Dirk).
12:00-1:00 Cartoon Network and Dreamworks Animation Dragons: Riders of Berk, Room 6A
2:05-3:05 Walt Disney Studios: Frankenweenie, Oz The Great and Powerful, andWreck-it Ralph, Hall H
3:00-4:00 Hotel Transylvania, Indigo Ballroom, Hilton San Diego Bayfront
Friday, July 13th
The Legend of Korra,11:15a – 12:15pm, Ballroom 20
The Legend of Korra Comic-Con Signing beginning at 2:30 p.m.
I may be absent from the Bolt CIty booth during the Dreamworks panel and the Korra one, but should be there most of the time.
So come on by! We can chat about everything Avatar and Korra related, and Guardians too, of course.
Remember: Bolt City Production #2235!