Heroes Con Commissions:
Various commissions, from “Snake” to “Spider-Man” by Tradd Moore
Heroes was good for my motivation.
Heroes Con is always unique when compared to the even the best comics conventions across the United States. But this year was a one-of-a-kind experience because the North Carolina GOP held their annual convention at the same time, in the same place, while staying in the same hotel….
Some HeroesCon sketches by Tom Scioli
The final one is an eyes-closed drawing of Galactus. It’s also an eyes-closed photo.
Flutterina on Flickr.
This is a commission I drew for HeroesCon.
HeroesCon has become one of my favorite comics-related events. I describe the show as a “comic book show”. A lot of comic conventions are not comic book shows. They are pop culture or art events, but Heroes is a show that reflects a lot of my personal tastes when it comes to comics.
I’d like to thank all of the organizers, volunteers, fellow exhibitors, and attendees for contributing to such a positive experience. What a great show!
Here are a few gifs from Two Frame Studios’ Fantastic HeroesCon 2013 video!
Cosplays were made by me at Amanda Finley Cosplay.
Huge thanks to Ben and JD for being my fantastic Hazel and Cha-Cha.
And a huge thanks to HeroesCon for consistently being one of the best comic conventions of all time.
I don’t think many people got our cosplays, but it meant a lot to those that did!
There are few things as exciting and satisfying as a well-crafted crime comic. How do writers manage to keep up the tension, and avoid the oft-used clichés? Greg Rucka (Whiteout), Jason Latour (Loose Ends), and Jason Aaron (Scalped) sit down for interrogation by Vito Delsante. Let’s hope these writers don’t plead the 5th. Recorded June 8, 2013 at the Charlotte Convention Center, Charlotte NC.
Just a little sumpin’ sumpin’ I did for my pal Jason Latour during Heroes Con.
Thanos throttles with the Infinity Gauntlet.
Batsman for Xylon at #heroescon.