Baltimore Comic-Con’s First Annual Yearbook!
The Baltimore Comic-Con is proud to announce the first Baltimore Comic-Con Yearbook, celebrating the creators appearing at the show. This book of art features some of our guests interpreting the Liberty Meadows characters, sometimes in conjunction with their own creations, in a celebration of creator-owned properties.
As a bonus, we have a scavenger hunt of sorts. When you buy the book, you’ll get a list of our 36 contributors and their table numbers. Get 15 of them to sign it, and come back to the booth for your choice of an added print by either Joseph Michael Linsner or Barry Kitson. Get 20 signatures and receive BOTH prints!
Liberty Meadows was created by Frank Cho and first published in 1997, launching in newspapers internationally. This year marks the 15th anniversary of Liberty Meadows, having seen print in book, comic strip, and digital formats.
The art created for the 2012 Baltimore Comic-Con Yearbook celebrating 15 years of Frank Cho’s Liberty Meadows will be auctioned at this special event! Don’t miss this opportunity to own original art featuring Frank’s characters as depicted by artists including Frank Quitely, Brandon Peterson, Gene Ha, David Petersen, Bernard Chang, Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, Tom Raney, Billy Tucci, Steve Conley, Thom Zahler, Craig Rousseau, Frank Cho, and many others!
The book will be sold, and the art auction will be held in our Main hall, in Booths #2505-2507. The auction will commence following the Stan Lee/John Romita panel, at approximately 5:45pm. The book will be available at the Baltimore Comic-Con for $20.