amnesiack: (blackmage)
I finally saw Snakes On A Plane last night. I know I'm a little behind on this one, but in my defense, I was actually on a plane the night the movie premiered, which was when most of my friends saw it. The movie was a lot of fun, and I got exactly what I wanted out of it. The only parts that actually ooked me out at all were the non-snake-related deaths.

On an unrelated note, if you like my new black mage icon, you should check out these other pictures by [livejournal.com profile] mudron, writer and artist of the fantastic webcomics Pan and Anne Frank Conquers the Moon Nazis (currently not linkable, but he says he's starting it back up again soon). [livejournal.com profile] hillarygayle, I suspect you will be especially fond of the picture of Princess Peach.

Addendum

Aug. 11th, 2006 12:31 am
amnesiack: (suicidemouse)
Niiiiice... )
amnesiack: (Default)
I just got back from Emerald City Comicon a few minutes ago. The convention was a blast this year, despite me being by myself for the majority of the time. Among the many people I got to meet, have things signed by, and (in most cases) talk with for at least a few minutes were...

Camilla d'Errico is an artist from Vancouver whose work I fell in love with last year at ECC. I bought another print (which I will, once again, be forced to pay out the wazoo to have framed in order to do it justice), some stickers, and a sketch book. Her book Burn! is finally supposed to be released this August. I'm very excited.

Steve Niles writes such fabulous horror comic works as 30 Days of Night and The Lurkers. He was incredibly nice, very sincere in his appreciation of his fans, and just seemed very excited to be there in general.

Dan Brereton is a member of what I think of as the "full package" club of comics, in that he both writes and draws fantastic books like Nocturnals and Giant Killer. Again, he was a very nice guy who took the time to talk for several minutes with everyone who stopped by his booth, including me.

Corey Sutherland Lewis publishes through Oni Press, my all-time favorite comic company, and has released two great books so far: Sharknife and Peng. Also, he's a very nice guy.

And of course, I spent some time kicking it with my friends over at Penny Arcade.

There was a lot more... a whole lot more. I may write additional stuff later. But for now, I've got a massive stack of graphic novels and a 2nd Edition Exalted book to read. Ta ta.

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