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San Diego - Get ready for the biggest, most
stupendous Comic-Con EVER!
In the years since our (dearly departed)
member Shel Dorf created Comic-Con it has
grown from a small gathering of comic book
fans in a hotel basement into an
international behemoth. It sold out its over
100,000 tickets in minutes. The Convention
Center can no longer hold all of its many
events, so the convention is now creating a
sprawl encompassing nearby hotels and
The anticipation is growing and soon locals
will begin to see the transformation of
downtown San Diego's Gaslamp District into
a Hollywood superhero wonderland with
gigantic signage and eye-popping displays.
This year we will not be throwing a
Comic-Con cartoon contest but instead
we're posting photos and cartoons from
This year I will NOT be wearing my Wonder
Woman costume, so you will easily be able
to recognize me with my normal pony tails.
Come up and say hello!
As always, our webmaster Jack Zabawa and I
welcome any cartoonist newsworthy stories
from our members. Karyl@MillerReport.com
2014 Party at Buster's with Luann's Greg and Betty Evans, their
daughter Karen and a shocked Lynn (For Better of Worse) Johnston.
SCCS Founder, the late, great, Jim Whiting sandwiched
by the fabulous Bancroft Bros.
Dan Piraro of Bizarro signs in to the party.
National Cartoonist Society president and Mad
Tom Richmond chats with Greg Evans artist.
Dan Piraro chats with RC Harvey
SCCS Past President Dean LeCrone w yours truly.
The Southern California Cartoonists Society
is no longer having meetings
or Comic-Con parties
or charging for membership
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