ToyMan Show of 2020 today and acquired a fantastic assortment of goodies from vendors along with having a lovely time chatting with creators and guests! I started off the show at the bottom floor as I like do to, chatting with John of Bigfoot Comics and Collectibles before I then said hello to my friend Eric Meyer (of STL Comics) who had some cool Lois Lane comics for sale I bought. I love the zany silver age weirdness you can sense from just the cover alone:
Lost in Space Toys and Collectibles, a man who always is a treat to speak with. I continued browsing and picked-up a good assortment of comics from some cool early Red Hulk appearances to some snazzy ashcans and an old Amalgam cross-over comic I liked from when DC and Marvel used to have their properties interact a lot more...
I went upstairs to the, "Artist's Attic," and ran into many of my author friends I always love seeing. Jessica Mathews was telling me about an upcoming children's book I look forward to reading with Clarkson, J.E. Nelson and I talked about how she had been since the release of, "The Power Unleashed,", and Leigh Savage shared about some upcoming works from her too! I complimented Lonnie Johnson of Heroes for Kids for having some great Gambit cosplay and met a creator named Brent Chumley with some incredible artwork he had on playmats and in other formats. It also was great seeing Tom of Alliance Comics, Toys and Games!
The two big-name guests at the show were Scott McAffe, a well-known voice-over artist who was extremely nice, and friend of the blog Bishop Stevens, a highly talented actor who has been quite busy with more and more exciting roles lately! He was kind enough to pose for a photo: