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Mega Con: Day One From the Floor

posted Feb 28, 2009, 7:25 AM by Vu Sleeper


MEGACON 2009 (Feb 2009)
Mega Con: Day One From the Floor
By Todd Latoski posted: 28 February 2009 08:51 am ET

It was a sunny 70 degrees as Orlando welcomed back the Southeast’s premier comic convention today – MegaCon. And despite the tight budgets and  economic concerns, there was still a line for tickets around the bend and out the door. Comic, anime, and sci-fi fans from all over weren’t about to let this  show pass them by. Back in its old venue in the original Orange County Convention Center building, Mega Con 2009 boasted more space and a better layout than last year.


Another MegaCon regular, Brian Pullido, was present and accounted for, promoting not only his Lady Death work, but also his new movie, The Graves. He reminded fans that 2009 marks Lady Death’s 15th anniversary, which first appeared in 1994. To celebrate, he had three Lady Death exclusives – Lady Death #1 Blood Edition, limited to 200 copies; Lady Death Moments #1 – MegaCon Edition, limited to 169 copies; and Lady Death Visions #1 with a George Perez cover signed by Perez [reported in error]. He did have seven new Lady Death stories through Avatar Comics, but he was unsure as to when those books would hit the shelves. He quickly moved on to his most exciting news, the movie he wrote and directed – The Graves, starring Bill Moseley, Tony Todd, Amanda Wyss, and D. Randall Blythe. He had a preview airing all day at his booth, and announced he should have it ready to go on the film festival circuit soon. Fans curious about this new horror flick can find more info at