ComicMix at WWLA: Photo Gallery – People, Places and Events
In addition to the costumes, comics, movies and occasional booth babes, conventions like Wizard World LA often provide the opportunity to see a few celebrities (and, of course, give them $15 to sign a photograph). This year’s WWLA was no exception, and some of the entertainment industry’s most semi-famous people turned out for the show.
There were also some cool booths, events, panels, artists and a bunch of other things that made Wizard World an enjoyable time. Following the jump are a few images of some the celebrities, booths, panels and other sights from this year’s show.
And if you haven’t seen our gallery of costumes from Wizard World LA posted earlier today, be sure to head on over and check that out, too.
My Batman is bigger than yours.
The biggest comic book ever. It’s true, I measured.
Your best weapon in the war against LA traffic.
Jacen Burrows sketch cover. I bought one.
DC Executive Editor Dan DiDio: Friends, Romans, Final Crisis fans, lend me your eyes.
Sorry, Herb. I like the new "Boomer" better.
Two words: White Jumpsuit.
William Christensen, head honcho at Avatar Press.
Artist Jacen Burrows, who I interviewed about his work and upcoming project with Garth Ennis.
Summer Glau. But you knew that already, didn’t you? She’s even better looking in person.
The original Hulk, Lou Ferrigno. He’s even bigger in person.
Artist and all-around good guy Marc Silvestri makes a fan’s day.
Comic book writers Chris Yost, Craig Kyle and Matt Fraction are happy to have jobs.
X-Factor writer Peter David.
The Robot Chicken guys with Lucasfilm pal Steve Sansweet.
Donald Faison from Scrubs.
Battlestar Galactica Co-Executive Producer and comic book author Mark Verheiden.
Superstar screenwriter Zak Penn.
Wrestler Mick Foley, a.k.a. Mankind, Dude Love and Cactus Jack.