So, it’s finally over – Flashpoint ends today, and with it, the DC Universe as we know it. But every ending is just the beginning of something new, so I’m going to briefly discuss – since lebeau has already handled both books already – the beginning of the DCnU as well, including how DC’s same day digital release process treated me. As always, spoilers ahead…
Yes, I was there at the first Long Beach con. I thought I’d share my adventures with all of you, and by adventures, I mean pretty sketches.
I’m going to get a detailed one someday, but these quickies are great too.
It’s hard to tell in the photo, but this piece is huge.
David modeled this after Jim Lee’s art. So, to have Scott Williams ink it is perfect.
Doug. Mahnke. Frankenstein. ‘Nuff said!
I should’ve had him write in the word balloon: “I am so kewl!”
Finally, after years of waiting.
Always a pleasure to talk to this guy, and the sketch aint bad either!
Man, that’s ugly. In a good way.
Two soldiers down, five to go.
Notable signed items?
Skull, courtesy of Darick Robertson. Mini-Frank, rendered by Jimmy Palmiotti. And that third signature belongs to big Frank himself, Thomas Jane.
Signed by the entire art team: Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti, and Paul Mounts. This just demanded a Pro sketch, and Amanda was kind enough to deliver.
That’s all, folks. I had a blast, and I hope it’s even better next year.