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Comic Impact at Long Beach Comic Con

Posted on: October 15, 2009


The crew from Comic Impact put together a great video for this year’s inaugural Long Beach Comic Con, with tons of creator interviews and a bunch of fan reactions. Here’s the trailer; (And yes, that’s High Five!’s very own spazzy co-editor, Maggie, at 1:13, demonstrating what we like to call “A Massive Case of Geek-face.”)

You can watch the full video at comicimpact.com. It’s about 40 minutes long, but High Five! loves you, so here’s a breakdown of who shows up when.

  • 1:10 – Nerd Rock Band Kirby Krackle
  • 1:40 – J.T. Krul, Writer, Blackest Night: Titans
  • 10:35 – Richard Starkings, Writer, Elephantmen
  • 18:15 – Michael Alan Nelson, Writer, 28 Days Later (High Five!’s got a Q&A with him in the pipeline too, look out for that in the coming weeks.)
  • 23:44 – Beth Sotelo, colorist
  • 30:15 – Amanda Conner, artist, Power Girl (if you skip everything, at least watch this interview, she’s a hoot!)
  • 37:48 – Fan Reactions to the con, including more Maggie spazzing.

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