Posted on July 30th, 2012
This week, Tim talks to three guys who participated in San Diego Comicon earlier this month, to see what their objectives were for being there, how it went, and their advice to SDCC newbies.
Dale Wilson, who wrote up his experience at BuyIndieComics.com, on why he left “unfulfilled” in some ways, but enjoyed it in other ways;
Justin Hall, who we last talked to in March of last year, on promoting his Fantagraphics book “No Straight Lines” and Prism Comics, as well as the sideline indie comics gathering Trickster; and
Robert Roach, a veteran of San Diego tabling, on his Japanese influences, networking, and more.
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Tags: los angeles, San Diego, San Diego Comic Con, San Diego Comic Con 2012, San Diego Comicon 2012