Heroes Aren't Hard To Find owner Shelton Drum will be taking his homespun North Carolina version of the aloha spirit to the Baltimore Comicon this weekend, a 2-day show run by our buddy Marc Nathan, and is about as close as you can get to the top, quality-wise. I can only think of one little ole convention I'd rate higher, but maybe I'm biased.
Shelton is bringing enough stuff to start his own minicon, though--from $1 and $2 stocks, to a huge, brand-new, never touched stock of recent hot books that people are going to go bananas over. And, due to the hard work of our own Seth Peagler, everything's in perfect A-B-C order, so browsers will have an easy time finding what they're looking for. Not only that, but Shelton will also have a big stock of Silver Age available, plus will be selling HeroesCon 09 booths, small press tables, and of course tickets!
All this in the middle of the Baltimore Comicon, going on this Saturday and Sunday at the Baltimore Convention Center. For more info check out their snazzy website. And be sure to drop by the Heroes Aren't Hard To Find booth and tell Shelton hey!
And for those of us unable to drive up to Baltimore this weekend, there's always our next installment of the Heroes Discussion Group, coming up this Monday, September 29. We'll be discussing Notes For A War Story by Gipi, which is super great. If you haven't read it yet, we have a couple of copies left in stock, and you can get 10% off of them by mentioning the Heroes Discussion Group discount. See you there!