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C2E2 Photo Roundup: The Creators [C2E2]

Even though costumed con goers may seem like the most camera-ready segment of comics culture, the creators of the funnybooks themselves seem to dig their own closeups now and again. It’s a good thing too, because walking through C2E2′s Artist Alley and assorted publisher booths might have made for a pretty bland experience if not for creators’ uncanny ability to sense even the most candid photography equipment from afar.

After the jump, see what some of your favorite creators and other folks from around the industry got up to during C2E2′s appointed hours of operation. It’s almost like being there, only nobody can cut you in line for a ($6) Chicago-style hot dog in the food court.


Fans assemble at the Marvel booth


Dudes abiding


Webcomicamaraderie


Dennis Hopeless, Kevin Mellon and Jason Latour talk Neil Diamond (seriously)


Bob Layton at work


Steve Bird in Artist Alley


Frank Cho chats with fans


Terry and Rachel Dodson smile for the camera


Gene Ha sketching


Jeremy Haun working the pen


Justin Castaneda rocks a Superman hoodie


David King sits with “Oscar & Sid”


Tony Harris between signings


Jason Seiler hanging out


Ken Kooi and Tony Akins hanging out


Ray Park chats with a group of fans


Chris Samnee mugs it up between autographs


Dan Parent and his many markers

Sam Humphries signs “Fraggle Rock” posters promoting his upcoming FR story


Substituting hooch for H2O

Eric Jimenez hands off some swag


David Mack stands with “Kabuki” art at the ready


Alex Ross preps to sign


Mike Mignola interacts with a fan


David Finch rock’n an AC/DC tee


Steve and Tango of “Ghost Hunters”


Cliff Chiang flashes a smile


Zander Cannon (possibly thinking about drawing science)


Joshua Hale Fialkov talking “Tumor”


David Petersen signs at the Archaia booth


Fans mill about the DC booth


Dark Horse’s booth gets paid some visits by fans


The Marvel booth from afar


Young Miss Piggy fans consult Boom! artist Amy Mebberson


The Top Cow booth at-a-glance


5:01 p.m. sharp on Sunday evening, the carpet started to roll.

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