Dragons are intense.
DragonCon was amazing beyond description, though I will attempt to put the experience to words.
Garth and I are so very grateful to everyone who came to our table and made our time at DragonCon unforgettable. Whether you were an old friend coming to visit us after a long absence, an established reader of this and/or our previous comics telling us how much you enjoy our work, bringing us homemade baked goods (vegan blueberry muffins oh my gawd so good), or if you were unfamiliar with us and became curious about the adventures of the last Star Powered Sentinel, we wouldn’t have had the great time we did without you. Thank you, each and every one of you.
Not only was DragonCon impressive in its size, but in how efficiently it seemed to be run. Our experience was only with the Comics & Pop Artists Alley, so I don’t know how things were with other aspects of the show, but from our perspective everything was smoothly implemented and information was clearly communicated. Not to mention the reasonable operating hours of the Alley! Some conventions keep their Artist Alleys open for over twelve hours, leaving many artists exhausted and hungry by the close of the show. DragonCon kept their Alley open for the length of an average work day, and our sales did not suffer for it. Other conventions are starting to adopt this, and I hope it becomes the norm. Having dinner at a reasonable hour is very nice.
DragonCon comes highly recommended from us. We will be doing everything we can to return next year, and we hope to see you there.