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Alexa in her awesome Ladies Making Comics shirt :D
Lauren and I met up with Jasmine and Kim and made our rounds at MoCCA together. We ran into Beth, Jason, and Annie at their respective booths. I also met fellow Tumblrettes Laura, Yasmin, cowl, Wendy, and ofthe7endless, all lovely ladies whom I hope to see again in the near future :)
Laura & Lauren, and their 50¢ portraits from Sally Bloodbath.
Since the MoCCA Festival is a much smaller, independent convention than most other comic events, attendees seldom cosplay, however, I really wished that I had captured the bevvy of the stellar outfits that I spotted throughout the weekend (fret not, I do have two MoCCA fashion posts in queue!). I’ll definitely have to keep that in mind at next year’s MoCCA.
Last, but not least, here’s my MoCCA haul:
tiny sketches of Wondy & Aquaman :D
clockwise from top left:
- New Yorker Monarch print (by Lemuralia)
- Hank & Dean Venture print (by Annie Wu)
- Batgirl (by Chris Giarrusso)
- This Isn’t Working: Comics About Ex-Boyfriends (by Cara Bean, Robyn Chapman, MariNaomi, Caitlin Plovnick, Liz Prince, & Jen Vaughn)
- Kim Gee Comics, issue two (by Kim Gee)
- Boner Manifesto (by James Gorman, Matt White, and Jason Clarke)
my 50¢ portrait from Sally Bloodbath
And then after Day 1 of MoCCA, we went to Kaiju Big Battel, where all of my monster-wrestling friends completely obliterated the city of Manhattan.
On Saturday night, I checked into Foursquare at the MAC Cosmetics in Times Square and I got these:
Aw yeah, Wonder Woman MAC Cosmetics stickers!