The Producer’s Report #136 – ECCC Was Amazing!
Mar 2011 16

The Emerald City Comicon was an absolutely amazing experience. We met so many wonderful people. A really great moment happened on the first day when Travers Cleeman showed up at our display and told us he had traveled from Australia to pop in at the con and our display (all the way in the back of the hall) was his first stop. We met honeymooners, made friends with all kinds of characters and fans and saw a lot of our friends. Many thanks to Jen Page for spending time with us, along with George Lucas and Lara Croft (not really the real George and Lara, but mighty fine people anyway).

A very special thank you to Seattle-Geekly.com. Shannon and Matt popped by our display and interviewed Ian and me about Project London. You can catch our interview as part of their ECCC Show Notes Podcast. This was our first live interview and we were quite amazing. Sort of. But we are exceptionally grateful for the exposure. Sharing our story (all volunteer + almost no budget + open source 3D software + 774 visual effects) at every opportunity is really important to us.

Also very exciting to us, we completely sold out of the exclusive Project London and the Graphic Novel editions printed for the ECCC. Thank you to everyone who bought books from us!

We are now turning our attention to Norwescon 34, April 21-24, 2011. We’re going to have a display in the lobby where we will display the new trailer and sell copies of Project Manhattan and the Project London Graphic Novel. I will have a limited number of autographed copies of Project Manhattan and I’m trying to get some autographed copies of the graphic novel. There may be some other very exclusive items at this convention. Ian and I will be there to meet and talk with people and we hope you can make it there, too.

Cheers,

Phil McCoy, Executive Producer

on behalf of Phil McCoy (left), and Nathan McCoy (right) also Executive Producer


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