Well that certainly is a pleasant surprise. I can have two people sign my HTMW book now. Have you ever been to Boston/Cambridge before?
Vericon: This weekend at Harvard University! (3 comments)
Vericon: This weekend at Harvard University!
in Conventions by Guigar
Monday, January 19, 2009 - 12:00 AM
Did I say that my convention season was going to be kicked off in New York? HA! Lies! All lies!
It turns out that the new start of the convention season is going to be at Harvard University this weekend, when I make an appearance at Vericon. I'll be out there Saturday talking webcomics with my Halfpixel pal Kris Straub. I'll have copies of all three Evil Inc Annual Reports as well as copies of the How To Make Webcomics book for sale.
We'll be in Room 113 at Sever Hall (pictured above) on Saturday from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Book sales and signings directly thereafter in Room 201 until 4:30 p.m..
After Vericon, I'll be appearing at New York Comic Con Feb. 6-8 and then Katsucon (Wash., D.C.) on Feb. 13-15.
posted Tuesday, January 20, 2009 - 04:28 PM (#46628)
In Response to technoextreme (#46621):
I was in Boston for First Night well over six years ago. I haven't gotten the chance to get back, though. I remember having a phenomenal bowl of clam chowder at the Black Rose Cafe, but it looks like a haul from Sever Hall. Any thoughts on where to get good clam chowder (or, dare I dream, a lobster roll sans mayo?)
posted Tuesday, January 20, 2009 - 07:09 PM (#46630)
In Response to Guigar (#46628):
Unfortunately, the only place I have eaten at in that area is the Summer Shack and that was over five years ago. You also might try the East Coast Grill but the only reason why I know that place is a Travel Channel special that covered its Halloween event of providing the hottest menu on the face of the earth. You can try searching here:
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