Chris Walsh (chris_walsh) wrote,
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Many days late, many dollars short, but! My Stumptown comics pics are online!

Want to see Stumptown Comics Fest (April 16th and 17th, a neat event I swore about) as photographed by me? Click on the link below for a large sample! And click on my Stumptown Comics Fest gallery for all of them: 63 pictures across four pages.


David Walker David Walker


David Walker's books David Walker's books
'Why's the Brotha Gotta Die?!? Examining Why Black Characters Get Killed in Movies'; 'BadAzz Mofo's Book of Blaxploitation Volume One'; and his first novel, 'Darius Logan: Super Justice Force'
Make sure your pet plank has its leash and all its shots. Make sure your pet plank has its leash and all its shots.
Thank you, pirates of PDX Yar, for having fun with wood.
Molly Crabapple, early on in her weekend-long drawing project Molly Crabapple, early on in her weekend-long drawing project
Portland's Barry Deutsch, creator of  'Hereville' Portland's Barry Deutsch, creator of 'Hereville'
(Think 'orthodox Jewish Buffy the Vampire Slayer' and that suggests something of his comic's appeal.)
David Stroup draws David Stroup draws
Both days of Stumptown, artist David Stroup visited his friend Mike Russell at his table, and drew and inked further pages of their insanely geeky project 'Jaxxon's 11': a heist set in the 'Star Wars' universe starring some of the more, well, UNLIKELY characters from the Marvel Comics 'Star Wars' stories of the late Seventies. Mike and David gave away copies of the 'ashcan' edition of 'Jaxxon's 11,' with the first 68 pages Stroup has drawn.
Needle-point Sabre-Toothed Vampire! Needle-point Sabre-Toothed Vampire!
Even more handmade fan art inspired by Mike! He's suitably impressed.
Every age gets the hero it needs, like: Unemployed Man! Every age gets the hero it needs, like: Unemployed Man!
Large-scale art by Molly Crabapple continues Saturday Large-scale art by Molly Crabapple continues Saturday
Carolyn Main Carolyn Main
Behold, the power of Skype! Behold, the power of Skype!
Mike Russell on a video link with his friend Ryan McCluskey, who was in Great Britain that weekend.
Something something something Unicorn... Something something something Unicorn...
Dan Clark, a.k.a. Captain Redgoat of PDX Yar Dan Clark, a.k.a. Captain Redgoat of PDX Yar
Now to Sunday! Pirate couple Jaime Kirk and Hollyanna McCollum of PDX Yar Now to Sunday! Pirate couple Jaime Kirk and Hollyanna McCollum of PDX Yar
What, you're going to argue that a pirate *shouldn't* be allowed to wear sunglasses? PIRATES DO WHAT THEY WANT. (Including, um, support comic books.)
Like a blur (well, her hand at least), Mary-Suzanne Lamkins got everywhere and helped everything! Like a blur (well, her hand at least), Mary-Suzanne Lamkins got everywhere and helped everything!
The (currently) orange-haired Lamkins was part of Stumptown's support staff, making things get DONE. Here she is near the podcast table talking to Jaime Kirk and Brandee Haynes.
Geek in the City! Geek in the City!
Three of the Geek in the City bigwigs record their show: [l to r] Dan Clark, Scott Dally and creator Aaron Duran.
Molly Crabapple, back to the wall of art Molly Crabapple, back to the wall of art
The Oregon Convention Center's Foucault pendulum The Oregon Convention Center's Foucault pendulum
Dramatically back-lit! Dramatically back-lit!
Good guy and now-local musician Kielen King, a.k.a. Pwn Toney, interviewed by Geek in the City's Dan Clark and Scott Dally Good guy and now-local musician Kielen King, a.k.a. Pwn Toney, interviewed by Geek in the City's Dan Clark and Scott Dally
Zombie redshirts. This HAD to happen eventually. Zombie redshirts. This HAD to happen eventually.
Dawn Manske and Bobby 'Fatboy' Roberts at the Portland Geek Chamber of Commerce & Culture (PGC3) table Dawn Manske and Bobby 'Fatboy' Roberts at the Portland Geek Chamber of Commerce & Culture (PGC3) table
Bobby 'Fatboy' Roberts Bobby 'Fatboy' Roberts
That's Sequential Art Gallery owner Kaebel Hasitani underneath the Dr. Manticore costume, helmet and tentactles. Also Hollyanna McCollum, no longer needing sunglasses. That's Sequential Art Gallery owner Kaebel Hasitani underneath the Dr. Manticore costume, helmet and tentactles. Also Hollyanna McCollum, no longer needing sunglasses.
Kaebel Hashitani and his partner, Jack-of-all-Trades Merrick Monroe, at the Alter Egos Society table Kaebel Hashitani and his partner, Jack-of-all-Trades Merrick Monroe, at the Alter Egos Society table

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