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Comic-Con Recap: A San Diego perspective

August 1, 2010 - 7:57 pm

IDW Publishing, a San Diego comic-book publisher, was at the Con this year. Here’s what you missed if you didn’t stop by their booth:

  • IDW’s new True Blood comic was released and it sold out super-duper fast.
  • Amongst IDW’s catalog of big, recognizable names is a little comic called Kill Shakespeare. It’s an unexpected rising star and seems to be rocking the underground nerdy masses. Who new Shakespeare would have fans in the geeky comic underworld?

Listen to this interview with Dirk Wood, the new director of retail marketing for IDW:

Interview with IDW Publishing at Comic-Con 2010. Duration: 01:31.

Sean Dietrich is a freelance comic-book artist/writer and illustrator of everything from children’s books to editorial cartoons. Maybe you’ve seen him out and about doing his live-painting thing at San Diego and Los Angeles bars. If you didn’t stop by Sean Dietrich’s booth at this year’s Comic-Con, here’s what you missed:

  • Dietrich has a new art book coming out detailing the art he’s done in San Diego for the last decade
  • Dietrich’s illustrations are featured in Bubbles From Atlantis, a book about post-Katrina New Orleans written by New Orleans City Business writer, Richard A. Webster.

Listen to this interview with San Diego artist Sean Dietrich. Duration 01:18.

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