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Wondercon's bit O' Muppety Goodness

frogboy4

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I just attended SF Wondercon and got to meet some great people! First off, John Loter, best known to you guys for all the marketing materials, images and products he's done for Disney properties including the Muppets, drew me a birthday card with his signature character Bad Girl. Very sweet. I walked away with the impression that there's more Muppety goodness to come. Disney really has taken an interest in the Muppets. They ARE paying attention. :attitude:

I also went to the Boom! Comics table. Nothing we haven't seen, but they are very excited about the coming Snow White.

Finally, I went to the Fraggle Rock comics line at Archadia and received a free signed poster. Tim Beedle was there along with Heather White, another artist (I cannot recall her name) and Jeff Stokely who drew me a fantastic Boober Fraggle! I had a great time.

I also picked up a couple Vinylmation Muppets to complete my collection. I just have one left to get. :hungry:

Well, that's it for me. Disconap and then out with friends to celebrate.
 
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