This weekend Seattle was host to the third annual Emerald City ComiCon. Seattle resident John Layman, writer of the excellent “Gambit” series and “Puffed” mini-series, ex-WildStorm editor, sometime letterer, award-winning photographer, erotic luminary and noted sad alcoholic, brought his temperament digital camera to record some of the most interesting parts of any convention; pros getting together to blow off steam during convention off-hours. Here, Comic Book Resources, the esteemed Jonah Weiland and beloved Bollahs for Borgnine are proud to present John Layman’s™ Emerald City ComiCon Erotic After-Hours Photo Parade.
|Seattle resident and “Noble Causes” creator Jay Faerber, contemplating the sublime ecstasy which was “Gambit” #5.||Artistic speed demon Travis Charest and ex-Wildstorm editor Rachelle Brissenden, atop Seattle’s Space Needle.|
|Thug-Life-4-Evah: “Authority’s” Dustin Nguyen and “Marvel Age’s” Joe Dodd enjoy a brief respite, before retreating to a dark alley and setting a homeless man on fire.||“I drink to forget the pain,” laments “Simpson” writer and Superfrankenstein blogger Tom Peyer, as he muses sadly on DC’s stubborn refusal to release a “Bay City Jive” TPB.|
|The original goon, Eric Powell||Artist Josh Middleton: Hustlah|
|Inker Dexter Vines: Playah||“Ex Machina’s” Tony Harris: Shark|
|“Battle Hymn’s” B. Clay Moore finally admits he is a wicked man, vowing to give up the devil alcohol, repent his evil ways, and read the Left Behind Graphic Novel until his sins are purged.||Image’s Eric Stephenson, the crushing nanosecond he realizes that the Beatles actually do suck, and his artificial love for the sham band was manufactured and force-fed to him in a transparent conspiracy perpetrated the abhorrent Baby Boomer Generation.|
|Inker Andy Owens defends his privacy against an intrusive paparazzi.||Marvel’s CB Cebulski outside his new favorite travel destination: “Hey… is this place buying or selling?”|
|Writer/publisher Jade Dodge, captured in demonic Hell-O-Vision.||Writer Brian Joines, seducing the camera with his come-hither stare.|
|Writer/letterer Robert Kirkman: No funny caption necessary for this goofy-ass bastard.||Sci-fi novelist and upcoming Top Cow and Marvel writer Joshua Ortega, confessing his greatest creative inspiration to be “Thundercats: Dogs of War” #3.|
|Costumed “plushies,” identified only as Reggie and Batty, share an intimate after-hours moment. Admit it… they’re adorable, aren’t they?!||Seattle resident, Emerald City Comic Con Organizer and futuristic Space Pimp, Jim Demonakos.|
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