I was asked by a few people to do a little write-up of the con. I’m new to the Cleveland scene and small press comics scene in general, but I still wanted to give my impression. I can’t speak for previous Genghis Cons, since this was my first one (I’m a Michigan native,) but it was the perfect…
Reblogging because Erika has nice things to say about us and also just follow her tumblr already, damn.
Hello there !! My name is Sean, but everyone calls me Beans. i really enjoy all your work, naughty and nice. the funny thing is, i never knew til recently that you are from the Cleveland area. So, just wanted to let ya know, you've got a local fan (which you probably have many). Thanks for the inspiration, and maybe one day we could collab on a comic or something !! I dont really know very many comic artist in real life :x. -Beans-
This is a nice message. I love messages like this. I actually live about an hour west of Cleveland so I don’t get into the city as often as I’d like, but I am going to be exhibiting at Genghis Con this year!! The Cleveland area comics community is great and friendly so you should come by and say hi.
if i attend oberlin can i just buy a copy of teenage anime from you in person
I don’t attend Oberlin and I’m not over there very often. If you want to grab a copy in person, I would suggest contacting MJ Robinson (here and here). She’s a member of the Oberlin Comics Collective, did a great comic for the book AND I’m pretty sure has some copies to spare!
Hey, is there any way I can get/order a copy of I Was A Teenage Anime now or have I totally missed the boat on something rad.
I’ve been caught up with post-SPX work and out-of-town madness, but I’m going to be putting my remaining copies up for sale online within the next couple of days. If you can’t wait, I’m sure at least one of the contributing artists has them for sale in their shop!