Rob McMonigal's photos with the baltimore comic con

Waiting to Get In..at 1pm!

Waiting to Get In..at 1pm!
Even at 1pm, the show was still incredibly busy. These are all folks waiting to GET IN THE DOOR, which had been open for hours at that point.

From the Baltimore Comic Con 2012.
Added on September  5, 2014

Tom Brevoort

Tom Brevoort
Marve's mouthpiece, talking comics.

From the Baltimore Comic Con 2012.
Added on September  5, 2014

The Line for Scott Snyder

The Line for Scott Snyder
By 2012, Scott Snyder was a household name via his Batman work in the New 52 and commanded lines out the door. I'm happy for him, because I like his non-Batman work. On the other hand, picking your way through these signing lines is really annoying as a s…
Added on September  5, 2014

Mark Waid

Mark Waid
Mark Waid, listening. From the Baltimore Comic Con 2012.
Added on September  5, 2014

Jason Horn and Mike Maihack

Jason Horn and Mike Maihack
Two great all-ages creators share space. From the Baltimore Comic Con 2012.
Added on September  5, 2014

Comixology

Comixology
Hard to believe how much things have exploded for Comixology and digital comics. Here they are convincing people to use them in 2012.

From the Baltimore Comic Con 2012.
Added on September  5, 2014

Thanos and Death

Thanos and Death
Two amazing examples of Cosplay from Baltimore Comic Con 2012.
Added on September  2, 2014

Fred Van Lente, Cary Nord, and the Valiant Crew

Fred Van Lente, Cary Nord, and the Valiant Crew
Fred and Cary were early parts of Valiant's relaunch. Fred's a great person to talk to at a con if you get the chance.

From Baltimore Comic Con 2012.
Added on September  2, 2014

Brevoort and Waid

Brevoort and Waid
The ever outspoken Tom Brevoort and Mark Waid on the Marvel Panel. From Baltimore Comic Con 2012.
Added on September  2, 2014

Boom!

Boom!
The BOOM! Studios booth. From Baltimore Comic Con 2012.
Added on September  2, 2014

Alex de Campi Speaks

Alex de Campi Speaks
My friend Alex talks about digital comics and creation of them. A little heralded fact is that Alex was one of the first to use the guided view technology of Comixology to enhance her comic story.

From Baltimore Comic Con 2012.
Added on September  2, 2014