Comic Con After Action Report: Bloody Sunday

07/27/2010 4:09pm
Sunday at Comic Con is usually the lightest day of the show. A time to meander the floor, pick up those last few show exclusives that you've had your eye on, maybe just take a leisurely stroll through San Diego's historic Gaslamp District. 

Sadly, this was not the case this year, as Dark Horse's Sunday events were a full-blown assault of pure awesomeness, thus denying our fans any chance to escape the Dark Horse booth. Behold our power!

Comic Legends Frank Miller and Dave Gibbons sign copies of The Life and Times of Martha Washington for fans. 

The amazing Tara McPherson always seems to attract a crowd. I wonder why?  

Emily the Strange creator Rob Reger does a quick sketch for a fan. 

Dark Horse Product Development Manager Chris Gaslin unveils  the next wave of Domo figures!

Amazing Mass Effect Cosplayers stopped by the booth to pose for a quick photo-op. 

Wait, how is she drinking through that thing?  

The obligatory "awwww" moment of the show. 


Well, that's everything. As much as everyone gripes about Comic-Con--the crowds, the noise, the occasional pen-stabbing--it really is an amazing experience and we here at Dark Horse just want to thank all of our loyal fans for coming out and supporting us. You guys really are the best.

See you next year, San Diego!

--Max Sato,
Dark Horse Online Marketing Coordinator 
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