Emerald City ComicCon

I don’t think I’ve mentioned it online previously, but I’ll be at Emerald City ComiCon this weekend. It’s my first trip to the con, and my first trip to Seattle in years, so I’m looking forward to it. If you’re interested in tracking me down, I can be fairly easily found.

On Sunday, I’ll be at the Vertigo panel, though I can’t imagine what we might be talking about…

2:00pm, PANEL ROOM A (4C1-2)
For the first time ever, Seattle experiences VERTIGO! Find out what’s new in 2010 from DC’s edgiest imprint that launched perennial favorites like The Sandman, Preacher, Y: The Last Man, Fables and more! Hosted by Group Editor Shelly Bond with Mike and Laura Allred (I, Zombie), Chris Roberson (I, Zombie), Jeff LeMire (Sweet Tooth), Sean Murphy (Joe the Barbarian) and others!

Otherwise, I’ll be hanging out with the Boom! Studios folks at booth #402. Sadly, the first issue of Dust to Dust, the sequel to Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? that I’m scripting, isn’t quite ready yet. But if you have have copies of Cinderella: From Fabletown With Love you want defaced, or are one of the literally dozens of people who bought my novels and want me to scribble in one, stop on by. I’ll be the guy in the goofy t-shirt with the attractive woman standing behind him and rolling her eyes every time he says something ridiculous.


  • Gregory A. Wilson

    Wow I really wish I could be there, but since I can’t maybe you can help me out, I’ve come to an impasse in my reading of the Works of Chris Roberson (TM) and am trying to decide between reading Here, There and Everywhere and the Dragon’s Nine Sons, which do you recommend right now?
    Also, all your posts today are full of win, I’m not gonna lie.

  • Gregory A. Wilson

    Thanks for the suggestion, it should do nicely until Book of Secrets comes out. Once those two are done it’s on to End of the Century. Yes I am one of those dozens who read your work, my collection is actually almost complete. So far I’ve just loved what I’ve read (and I know I’ve gushed all too many times on your blog), but Paragaea really knocked my socks off, your level of invention in that book was beyond what a lot of writers can do in 3 or 4 books. Well, thanks again, hope the convention goes really well.

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