X-Force and Red Robin writer Christopher Yost takes time out from the fans to pose for a picture.
Golden Apple Comics taunts fans during the Marvel 70th Anniversary Party by having tomorrow’s comics on display yet, as the signs say, not available for purchase till tomorrow.
Golden Apple Comics has a select few new comics available for sale tonight joined by the titles that didn’t ship last week.
X-Force writers Chris Yost and Craig Kyle talk to the fans at Golden Apple’s Marvel 70th Anniversary Party.
Fans have already started in on the celebration and gotten a piece of Anniversary cake at Golden Apple Comics.
Avengers: Initiative writer and Mighty Avengers co-writer Christos Gage signing at Golden Apple Comics to celebrate Marvel’s 70th Anniversary.
Wristbands were required for entry into tonight’s panel (you had to purchase one of four qualifying trades) and you got a free “70 years of Marvel Comics” magazine.
Craig Kyle, Christopher Yost, Jeph Loeb and Mark Waid host a panel on Marvel’s 70th anniversary at Barnes & Noble at The Grove.
Golden Apple Comic’s owner Ryan Liebowitz takes some video of Angel co-writer Brian Lynch while Juliet Landau and Scott Tipton sign in the background.
Harry Groener, Mayor Richard Wilkins from Buffy The Vampire Slayer, joined the fans to show his support for fellow Buffy big bad Juliet Landau at Golden Apple Comics last night.
Kat Von D and her sister Karoline Drachenberg (pictured) came out to support Landau and get their copies of Angel #24 signed.
Scott Tipton (Comic Books 101, Angel: Auld Lang Syne) joined Landau and Lynch to sign comics for the fans.
Amber Benson (Tara from Buffy The Vampire Slayer) and Adam Busch (Warren from Buffy The Vampire Slayer) came out to show their support last night for the Julie Landau signing at Golden Apple Comics.
After putting the final touches on his mural, Jim Mahfood poses with Collector’s Paradise owner Ed Greenberg.
Check out the amazing Jim Mahfood art that was done live at Collector’s Paradise tonight! I love the Spidey and is that a Nick Fury on the left hand side?
Some more Mahfood original art (with some Alex Ross tossed in). Check out Mahfood’s rendition of Rorschach from Watchmen!
A glimpse at the unfinished product, as Jim Mahfood works his magic in the Collector’s Paradise Gallery.
Jersey God’s Glen Brunswick and Elephantmen’s Richard Starking stop in to visit Collector’s Paradise in Winnetka.
Fans gather outside the Gallery at Collector’s Paradise to watch Jim Mahfood paint.