Thanks 2010 Stumptown Comics Fest!

The title really does say it all. Deepest thanks to Portland’s comic book community and everyone that puts in their very limited and incredibly valuable time. Without that passion, well, The Stumptown Comics Fest wouldn’t exist. And, a world without Stumpy is not a world I want to be a part of. I wanted to list everyone involved, but I live in constant fear of excluding a name out of pure forgetfulness on my part – So instead, pop on over to Stumptown Comics Fest, if you see a name, you need to thank them. Be they organizers, promoters, sponsors, creators, or vendors. Each one is an integral part of a very complicated but wholly beautiful machine.

Above are some rather poorly taken shots (from my own over-worked cell phone) during the Comic Award Show and Comic Battle. Hit this link if you want to see all the wonderfully wacky and beautiful stories that happen ever minute of every second of the 2010 Stumptown Comics Fest.

Bye – See you in 365.

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About Aaron

Aaron Duran is founder and head writer of GeekintheCity.com, a website devoted to the latest in movies, comics, tabletop games, digital pastimes, and all things Geek. His fascination with comics, film, music, and obscure trivia has transformed into a lifelong pursuit of pop culture knowledge. A precocious writer who started out by spinning elaborate stories based on his favorite sci-fi and adventure franchises, he befuddled his grade-school teachers, who were convinced that no child could write that well at such a young age. When not hard at work on his plans for world domination, Aaron creates highly acclaimed independent films, freelances in many forms of media, explores the minutiae of pop culture, and shares his love of all things Geek with the world through his writing.
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