Taking place at the Cartoon Art Museum.
Saturday, December 12, 2009, 11:00am-5:00pm,
Free with paid admission to the Cartoon Art Museum!
Check out the event page on facebook!
If you attend please send us your con reports and we’ll post it on Girlamatic.com!
NOTE FOR WEBCARTOONISTS: If you are interested in participating in this event, please contact Andrew Farago at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Here’s some event info from their event page on their site:
The Cartoon Art Museum is proud to host Webcomic-Con 2009, a single-day mini-convention dedicated to online comics and their creators. Visitors will have the opportunity to meet local webcartoonists and talk with them about their work. The featured artists will sell and sign copies of their comics, draw sketches for patrons, and conduct writing and drawing workshops throughout the day.
Featured guests include Brian Andersen (So Super Duper, Karen Luk (Raconteur, http:/www.karenluk.net, http://www.girlamatic.com/raconteur/), Shaenon K. Garrity (Skin Horse, Lil’ Mell, Narbonic, http://www.shaenon.com, http://www.girlamatic.com/mell/), Reignbow & Dee-Va, http://www.sosuperduper.com), Victor Hao (King of RPGs, http://www.kingofrpgs.com) Betsy Streeter (Brainwaves, http://www.betsystreeter.com) and Chuck Whelon (artist and co-writer of Pewfell, http://www.pewfell.com).
Additional guests include: Jamaica Dyer (http://www.jamaicad.com/), fluffy (http://beesbuzz.biz/) , Kane Lynch (The Relics, http://kanelynch.com/therelics/), James Stanton (http://www.gnartoons.com), Austin Osueke (eigoMANGA, http://www.eigoMANGA.com), Brian Root (The Dawn Chapel, http://www.dawnchapel.com), Christine Smith (Eve’s Apple, http://www.drunkduck.com/Eves_Apple), and The Gentleman Scholars (Frederick the Great, http://ftg-comic.com).
Best of luck with the event, guys! After you go please submit a con report to be published on Girlamatic!