I think that the best part of the day was when we took Don out to dinner, and we got to listen to many behind-the-scenes stories about what Marvel and comics were like back in the day. Very entertaining.
Also it was engaging to learn that there were so many fights over what kinds of stories Don was “allowed” to tell, because — from my own recollections — of those days and stories, that they seemed organic, and, well, natural. I honestly don't recall any controversies (at least in my — admittedly small — circles of comics) at that time.
Beyond that, just spending the day with Ray Felix, and all of the very talented Bronx comicbook creators, was well worth the time.
Carl Kent who produced some very outstanding character designs of my characters, and, well completely blew me away with how totally cool they looked.
I’m very excited about (finally) getting this concept up off the ground, and I’m really hoping that I’ll be able to convince CK to hop on board and lend his incredible talents to this project of mine that is dear to my heart.
Anyways, I just wanted to tell you all about the Bronx Hero Con, (and Strēt Lēgəl / Don’t Call Us Heroes) and all of the fun that I had there, and all of the wicked-cool comics that I scored (which I’ll be reviewing and posting about in short order). So, stay tuned, and (as was I) be prepared to be amazed by the trully amazing talent that you’ll discover in the Bronx.
Here are some pics from the Con: