I havent really noticed anyone requesting to see anyone, I have seen a few polls of who would you like to see at the pittsburgh comicon. perhaps if theMessage 1 of 3 , Mar 10, 2005View SourceI havent really noticed anyone "requesting" to see anyone, I have seen a few polls of"who would you like to see" at the pittsburgh comicon. perhaps if the powers that be seen the polls they would get an idea of who they may want to pursue for 2006.
R <thezeppo1138@...> wrote:
I just wanted everyone to realize that requesting guests with the
hopes of them showing up at the 2005 show is pretty futile at this
point. Because of advertising deadlines, the promoters pretty much
have to have the guest list set by the middle of January or so.
Sure, you might see some small press folks, or minor comics creators
added now and then, but if there's no time to advertise a big name
artist, writer, actor or wrestler, odds are they aren't going to be
added to the list.
Now would be the time to make requests or lists of who you'd like to
see in 2006.
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Now that Orson Scott Card s doing Iron Man, I d love to see him at the Comicon. He s a riot at the Sci-Fi cons (and the Star Wars people would have someone toMessage 1 of 3 , Mar 10, 2005View SourceNow that Orson Scott Card's doing Iron Man, I'd love to see him at
the Comicon. He's a riot at the Sci-Fi cons (and the Star Wars
people would have someone to see as well)