This past weekend was our fifth year attempting to convince strangers to purchase our products at the Alternative Press Expo. Those who refused, we followed into the parking lot and mugged. (It was their choice to do things the hard way.)
Aside from the debut of our still-available Anthology Anthology, we also debuted our very limited (and also still-available) Little People Toys poster. It's dozens of little people you can cut out and have your way with, no questions asked. If you'd like one, it's not too late. They're in our store, and look like this:
Other highlights of the show included:
1. The blind woman who happened by our table, said, "Oh, you have t-shirts," and asked us to describe them. They were our Ghosts Who Love One Another shirts.
2. The individual who signed up for our newsletter and filled in the "darkest secret" column with the disturbing and ambiguous "I gave up a couple of times."
3. Meeting Stan Lee and having him buy one of our Birth of Stan Lee Postcards. (Note: This may not have actually happened.)
Here's someone at our table. We're going to asssume his name is Frank Nolan because when has a shirt ever lied?