John Layman's Emerald City ComiCon Photo Parade

Mon, February 7th, 2005 at 12:00am PST

Comic Books
John Layman, Guest Contributor

This weekend Seattle was host to the third annual Emerald City ComiCon. Seattle resident John Layman, writer of the excellent "Gambit" series and "Puffed" mini-series, ex-WildStorm editor, sometime letterer, award-winning photographer, erotic luminary and noted sad alcoholic, brought his temperament digital camera to record some of the most interesting parts of any convention; pros getting together to blow off steam during convention off-hours. Here, Comic Book Resources, the esteemed Jonah Weiland and beloved Bollahs for Borgnine are proud to present John Layman's™ Emerald City ComiCon Erotic After-Hours Photo Parade.

Seattle resident and "Noble Causes" creator Jay Faerber, contemplating the sublime ecstasy which was "Gambit" #5. Artistic speed demon Travis Charest and ex-Wildstorm editor Rachelle Brissenden, atop Seattle's Space Needle.
Thug-Life-4-Evah: "Authority's" Dustin Nguyen and "Marvel Age's" Joe Dodd enjoy a brief respite, before retreating to a dark alley and setting a homeless man on fire. "I drink to forget the pain," laments "Simpson" writer and Superfrankenstein blogger Tom Peyer, as he muses sadly on DC's stubborn refusal to release a "Bay City Jive" TPB.
The original goon, Eric Powell Artist Josh Middleton: Hustlah
Inker Dexter Vines: Playah "Ex Machina's" Tony Harris: Shark
"Battle Hymn's" B. Clay Moore finally admits he is a wicked man, vowing to give up the devil alcohol, repent his evil ways, and read the Left Behind Graphic Novel until his sins are purged. Image's Eric Stephenson, the crushing nanosecond he realizes that the Beatles actually do suck, and his artificial love for the sham band was manufactured and force-fed to him in a transparent conspiracy perpetrated the abhorrent Baby Boomer Generation.
Inker Andy Owens defends his privacy against an intrusive paparazzi. Marvel's CB Cebulski outside his new favorite travel destination: "Hey... is this place buying or selling?"
Writer/publisher Jade Dodge, captured in demonic Hell-O-Vision. Writer Brian Joines, seducing the camera with his come-hither stare.
Writer/letterer Robert Kirkman: No funny caption necessary for this goofy-ass bastard. Sci-fi novelist and upcoming Top Cow and Marvel writer Joshua Ortega, confessing his greatest creative inspiration to be "Thundercats: Dogs of War" #3.
Costumed "plushies," identified only as Reggie and Batty, share an intimate after-hours moment. Admit it... they're adorable, aren't they?! Seattle resident, Emerald City Comic Con Organizer and futuristic Space Pimp, Jim Demonakos.

 
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