FORT COLLINS COMIC CON WEEKEND26 Aug | '2016
Greetings Loyal Airmen, well this has been a busy week as we’ve been putting together boxes of our pulp books and comic books to have at our table at the second annual Fort Collins Comic Con which is this weekend, 26-7-28 Aug. At the Old Town Community Center. The Air Chief will certainly have a table stacked high with goodies so we do hope to see you there.
Meanwhile we told you in last week’s Flight Log that Valerie and the Air Chief would be attending singer Josh Groban’s one night concert appearance at the Pepsi Center in downtown Denver. Well, we attended, along with granddaughter Cora and her boyfriend Calvin and all of us had a great, great time. Josh performed for well over two full hours, after a few opening acts got the show rolling. We’ve been huge fans of his for years and it was a pure joy to be there and hear him live. Truly a magical night none of us will ever forget. The pix above was snapped in the club suite we had.
Meanwhile the buzz on the Brother Bones movie continues to grow. Jase Marshall, the amazing creator of half a dozen Brother Bones models recently received his Rob Davis autograph movie poster in the mail. He framed it and then set two of his models to flank it for a really great picture. Then we learned Jase, using clips found on the internet made his own fan movie trailer, again using some of his model figures. ((https://youtu.be/ohooAuMEHGo) Which you can see at the link just posted. We, along with producer Erik Franklin, really liked what Jase came up with. Again, the buzz just gets strong and strong. And as ever we will keep all our Loyal Airmen posted.
Meanwhile Rob Davis continues to knock out these great character sketches for the film. Above we have the Werewolf, with whom Brother Bones must battle and the beautiful Sheila Henderson who is partly responsible for his creation. All explained in the film’s storyline. Everything is coming along quite nicely.
And that’s it for this week, Loyal Airmen, a short report as we have to get things packed away and ready for the con this weekend. We truly hope to see many of our local comic pals there. As ever, thanks for stopping by.
Ron – Over & Out!