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Cat ngeo advanced 40-50k in the top 3 spots. We also sold a few copies of our first ever art book, Black Gold.
I know I am biased but we had the best time ever. It felt so good to be a part of this community and get a chance to get to know all the other art and comic book artists. There was a lot of great art on the show, the vendors were awesome, and the people we met were amazing.
Thanks to all who came out, all the vendors, and everyone involved in making the show happen. Our next Art Party is at the Henson Theater, August 13, 2014. Come hang out and see some great art, have some drinks, and eat some of the best food in Baltimore.
I am honored to announce that I have joined the HONORED panel at this years Baltimore Comic Con!
"For many, this show is the ultimate source for anything and everything Marvel. What exactly is it like to be a regular at B&,N, where hundreds, if not thousands, of people will see you each day and can relate to you?" sd writer of HONORED, Brian Cunningham. "I'm lucky enough to say that I've been able to be there a few times throughout the years to see what all the fuss is about, and what a wonderful experience it is. But with so many people going there each and every day, the amount of questions is tremendous, and even after I answer one person's question, I invariably end up having to answer another 10 or 15."
"I've been a B&,N customer since I was a kid and I have to say I love the company for many reasons, but my favorite is that I get to be at one of the best stores in the world. They carry the hottest titles and all the best graphic novels. But the customer service I receive is unparalleled. If they don't have the book I am looking for, they will order it for me or let me know what other place they have it. And in my opinion that is the epitome of customer service." sd writer of HONORED, Brian Cunningham.
Brian will be avlable to the B&,N fans at booth # 439. Fans can find him all weekend and all this week on the convention floor. Make sure to say hi! I am sure he will have a few HONORED items to sign for you.
Wednesday, May 15, 2012
In these times of financial crisis, the economy has a tendency to become increasingly competitive. So I thought it would be interesting to take a look at the "superhero economic landscape" and see who's winning and who's losing.
The following is a chart that was created by a friend of mine called Chris. He spent some time creating this chart and I just had to share it. I know that it isn't perfect, but it gives you a sense of what some of the superheroes are currently doing financially.
Superman, Batman and Spiderman all have the highest level of wealth in the United States. Superman and Batman are tied with a net worth of $8 billion each and Spiderman comes in 3rd with $7.1 billion. I would assume that Superman would be in the best position to weather any economic issues that may crop up, but that is not to say that Batman or Spiderman would not experience issues. We just don't know for sure.
Batman and Superman will be on tour in Australia in October. So, if you are planning on seeing them, make sure to do so.
Here is a list of things that some of the major characters have been doing with their money.
Captn America has been spending a lot of his money, but at the same time, he seems to have more money in his bank accounts than most people do. This would imply that he has accumulated money by a variety of means.
Bucky, The Winter Soldier and Black Widow all had the most wealth out of any of the superheroes in the United States. This is an interesting thing to note considering Bucky's circumstances. I imagine that he spends a lot of time with the Captn and the Widow. When they aren't around, he can get out and get drunk. With that sd, it is interesting to see the three ladies on the top of the chart. Is this a reflection of their relationship or a reflection of the fact that they are more careful with their money. The latter seems to be the case.
Superman spent quite a bit of money, but what he did with the money seems to be going to a good cause. He has a house in the mountns of California, a home in a suburb of Detroit, a mansion in London and a luxury estate in Georgia. Not to mention that Superman has his own rline that he flies around the world. Not a bad deal for one guy.
Hulk spends a lot of money to fight crime. He's got a home in NYC, a mansion in Los Angeles and owns his own island in The Bahamas. He's also got a nice looking house in California. The amount of money that Hulk spends would make sense. The average superhero has the fortune of a multimillionre. The Hulk, however, has a net worth of over 12 billion dollars. That's a lot of money.
Wonder Woman has always had a decent amount of money, but it always seems to come from somewhere. She's got her own island with a castle on it, and she's got her apartment in New York City. Wonder Woman isn't a billionre, but she is a well-known woman. Not many people are.
The point of this article is that superhero money is going towards good causes. Some of these causes include a home in the country or an apartment in the city. Some superheroes have the financial freedom to spend time and money helping others in need. Many of these superheroes aren't wealthy because they need money for their lifestyle.
Superheroes have to live a certn way to stay at a certn level of physical fitness. The things they do to do that don't require a lot of money or time. They also have a lot of things like food, drinks and other things that help to keep them going. The money that superheroes have could be used for charity.
It seems that the people who help superheroes get a lot of money. That's just the way it is. There are some superheros that don't receive the recognition they should. Some of these superheros don't have the money they deserve. We could use more superheroes with tons of money to give away to those in need. Those superhero's would be heroes themselves.
Some of the greatest inventions in history were made by a single individual. Some of the greatest people in history don't have the fame and fortune that many believe they should have. Some of the smartest, richest and best people in the world never made a major contribution in society. Some of the wealthiest inventors don't know anything about technology. Some of the most loved and famous people of all time never made money or never made as much money as they could have.
So I ask you, if you're one of those who makes the biggest contribution in the world, why are you not as wealthy as some of the others?
This is just an opinion and everyone has their own and it's valid. I agree with the article, they earn and have earned money for their help and for their achievements and they deserve to keep their money for the good work they do.
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