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SDCC 2007 report

Back from Comic-Con in San Diego and the show was incredibly busy and very crowded…but in the end, worth the effort. It’s a good time, but a tough one just the same. As always, it’s great to see old friends and co-workers from the comics industry, as well as the “Friends of the Show” and folks who stop by year after year for new sketches. Phil’s BBQ, as always, delivered their usual deliciousness, as did Tin Fish’s fish tacos, the hand-made corn tortillas at the Old Town Mexican Café, and the newest discoveries, the San Diego Chicken Pie Shop and Extraordinary Desserts (holy cow, the Bette Noir cake was among the richest desserts I’ve ever indulged in).

Thanks to everyone who came by, hung out, and maybe bought a thing or two.

Also thanks to you who sent me scans of the sketches I did at the show. Those are up in the Pictures section in the appropriate category therein.

Gregg.

Re-launch!

Welcome to the all-new, just re-launched hatterentertainment.com, now with more stuff!

As of this moment, not everything is in place and some areas are still “under construction”…but in those cases I’m working on it and slowly but surely this whole business of managing a web site will come together.

In the meantime, please enjoy the sights!

As if that weren’t enough: I’m on my way to the west coast, so if you’re gonna be out there for Comic-Con in San Diego from July 26 -29, you can find me drawing and cracking wise in Artists’ Alley at table FF-16. I’ll be sitting alongside Chris Giarrusso (FF-17) and Jacob Chabot (FF-18) and special guest Tim Smith 3 (and if you’re particularly lucky you might get some face time with my pal Scott Silver who will also be on hand). If you’re out there stop by and say hello.

Gregg.