One of the first things I did after I arrived is purchase the 2015 Baltimore Comic Con Yearbook. It’s a hardcover edition with more than 60 prints inside by various artists. This year’s theme celebrates David Petersen’s Mouse Guard. It’s a beautiful book with gorgeous art and well worth the $20 asking price.
I spent the opening hours of the con getting artist autographs for the yearbook. The Baltimore Comic Con offers a Yearbook Scavenger Hunt. If you collect enough signatures on a scorecard you receive a bonus of one print by one of five featured artists. If you are lucky enough to get all 60 signatures, you receive all five prints.
I also attended three different panel presentations.
1) Living In Harmony: Digital and Print.
2) Dynamite Entertainment news
3) IDW news.
I will share details from each of these panels in upcoming features in the coming days.