FedconUSA convention promoter Tim Brazeal has begun the impossible task of purging all incriminating evidence against him and his company by deleting the entire message board at FedconUSA. Click on the image to see a full sized version. Not that I am surprised he is doing this. He pulled the plug on the show after
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FedconUSA organizer Tim Brazeal canceled the convention almost 24 hours after it began, leaving celebrity guests and fans — some dressed as Klingons — stranded in Dallas with nowhere to go. Personally, I don’t know what I would hate more – being dressed as a Klingon or being stuck in Dallas. Tim Brazeal posted a
So this is what a wombat looks like. The mystery is finally solved. I found this photo over on Yahoo in the photo section of Yahoo News. This evidently was one of the most emailed photos for yesterday. I enjoy going there to see what photos people are emailing to each other. The photos usually
This morning I found yet another email from comic book artist Brian Bolland concerning the whole issue surrounding my blog post over two months ago about a sketch he did at the 2007 New York City Comic Con. The email basically contradicts everything he has said about this matter up until now. He is now
This morning I found an email in my inbox from Christopher M. Caira, an attorney claiming to represent comic book artist Brian Bolland. The return email address along with his signature shows that he is from the Chicago law firm Klafter & Burke. Their website shows that they specialize in real estate and taxes. Evidently,
A guy goes to the recent New York City Comic-Con and commissions comic book artist Brian Bolland to do an old-school Batwoman sketch. Brian Bolland charged the guy $150 dollars for this sketch. The actual sketch only measures four by three inches. Update #1 Brian Bolland and his lawyer Chris Caira threatened me with legal