Philly was a lot hotter than we thought. I guess we should have expected that, since supposedly it's ALWAYS sunny there.
Right off the bat we met up with our good friends Sugar Fueled, Urbnpop, and Scott Blair. Urbnpop swore that we would love eating at the Reading Street Terminal Market. The place was like a HUGE food convention. So Many choices.
Of course I had to start my trip to Philly with a genuine Cheesesteak. It didn't let me down. Nom nom.
Belly's full, we headed back to the convention center to set up. Toni always does an awesome job.
After a pretty good first day, we headed back to the hotel, passing tons of great architecture along the way. This church was pretty amazing.
As tired as I was, we still headed over to the Marriott for a few drinks. There I got to meet Ray Park. Helluva guy!
Day 2 started with this great commission. What a cool idea for a super team!
I also got to do these 2 commissions. A Walking Dead Sketch cover and this Iron Man and Cap team up piece.
Night time had us stumble into Max Brenner's Chocolate Eatery. Just sitting in there made you feel like you were in a chocolate bar. We decided to try a mix your own White Russian. I felt all mad scientist like. It was sooooo good.
Although I know it was supposed to say Cacao these bags were arranged as such, where it made you think they were full of something else.
Yeah, this building at night. The photo doesn't credit how cool it was at night.
The next morning we found ourselves back at the Reading Terminal. This breakfast sandwich from Smuckers was breath taking. Seriously.
More commissions from day 3!
And I could not believe someone cos played as DC comics WILD DOG. I LOVED this book as a kid. I wish they'd bring it back.
After being chased by an obscenity shouting bum for several blocks, we found our way to the Hard Rock cafe. This plate of delicious nachos helped celebrate a very successful day three!
Commissions from day 4!
I got to meet both Dixon Brothers from the Walking Dead. Norman Reedus and Michael Rooker. THAT pic can be seen on my facebook page. But here I'm pictured with that dastardly lovable Merle and the sketch cover I drew of him.
We wrapped up our trip with an early evening stroll around the city. In the midst of this concrete jungle we found Rittenhouse Square park. Lovely little spot to chill and hang out.
All in all it was worth the trip. I'm sure we'll be back!
Now to prep for Heroes Con in Charlotte!