My bout with Comic Con 2013 has ended… I went to Comic Con with a few goals.
1- To learn more about the whole comic book world
2- To meet new people that could possibly help me on my journey
3- To gain recognition/new followers
4- To have fun
I can say successfully that my goals were met!
What I have learned in the comic world is that it’s cut throat. There are lots of wheeling and dealing going on and unless you really know someone who knows someone, it is very difficult to accomplish anything. But that’s pretty much in any business world. I learned that a majority of people will help you only so far. The majority don’t really want to see you succeed. They only give you a small fraction of what you really need to know. BUT if you are lucky, you meet certain people that are open and want to truly help you out and want to see you succeed. I was fortunate enough to meet these people. And these people say I can do everything on my own
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. When there is a will there is a way!
I avoided the traditionally mingling route that many in the “industry” went to after the days events were over. At first I was inclined to go to the usually spot because great networking could be done and does happen. Plus I knew some of the people and I wouldn’t feel so alone as I had felt during the day when passing out my postcards and trying to drum up recognition. But there was a part of me that didn’t want to go because since I am new to the whole world, I felt that many didn’t feel like I belonged, because I hadn’t paid my “dues” … So I didn’t go, instead I ventured on my own to seek out places to hangout and struck up conversations with random strangers, just to talk to, and turned out to be the exact random strangers that I needed to meet…
I gained new followers. To some, the few that I gained may not seem much but to me it means the world because it’s one new follower that I didn’t have and may never have gained had I not been promoting myself. I say that because during a lunch break, I struck up a conversation with these two college boys, in town from Texas. They were cocky little things but I played along with their questionings and their bull shit. I could tell they were trying to blow smoke up my ass by saying they would like me on facebook and even going so far as to pull out their phones to like, even though I never received notification that they actually “liked” my fan page… One of the boys asked me how many new likes/followers had a gained, I gave them a number and I could tell they were secretly laughing, like I was wasting my time, energy and money to only gain a few. At first I was disappointed that my promoting only yielded a small number but reflecting, one new follower is still better than zero!
And I had FUN! I may have been by myself this entire time. Alone and feeling lonely at some points but I knew what I was doing was right, that everything happens for a reason. If we are not comfortable or like being by ourselves then how can anyone, or why would anyone want to be with us, if we don’t first enjoy being with ourselves! I partied, stayed out late, met new people and had 2 adorable guys as roommates! And I got a celebrity to question my costume and say my name. You best be sure he won’t be forgetting me!
Over all this Comic Con session was a success. I went in not expecting much but gaining more than I had anticipated! I’m going back home with new inspirations, new friends, new motivation and a spring in my step…
I’m looking forward to getting together with my illustrator and putting together my first issue!