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Titans of the Fantastic Interviews/Videos @ LibraryCon 2017


A couple of weeks ago, the Titans of the Fantastic covered the awesome one day convention, LibraryCon2017 in Springfield, MO.   LibraryCon2017 is an awesome One Day geek convention in Springfield, MO. LibraryCon was held through the entire Library Center of the Springfield-Greene County Library District.  The Titans capture some video and interviews through out the day.  Check out these videos.

Here is an interview with the dynamic Duo of Kevin Watkins and Adam McLaughlin. They are the creators of the comic, Listen to the Thunder, and owners of LunchBox Press. Kevin and Adam are friends of Geeky KOOL and Titans of the Fantastic.  We cannot wait to see all of the new and KOOL stuff coming out.

This segment is a general look around LibraryCon .  If you missed it in 2017, make sure to check it out for 2018.

Brittney interviews Allyson Lassiter and Stephanie Young. They are the creators of the comic book, Star Beasts. Star Beasts are keeping us safe from all Galactic Evil great and small. The comic is coming soon. Check out their website, Star Beast Comics.

Here is the Panel that I moderated with some of the great Comic book creators. It stars comic artists Jeremy Haun, Javier Saltares , and comic writer Cullen Bunn. These gentlemen were phenomenal.  It was an amazing experience for me.

Keith interviews comic writer Jason A. Hurley. Hurley is the co-writer for Image Comics “The Beauty”.  Check him out here.

Keith interviews the phenomenal Jeremy Haun. Jeremy is a comic artist well known for comics like Constantine, Batwoman, and Wolf Man. His comic book, The Beauty, from Image Comics is one of the best known creator owned comics in the industry.

That is our coverage from LibraryCon2017.  I didn’t get to cover much of it because of the Geeky KOOL booth.  I am so proud of my fellow Titans, Brittney and Keith, for their awesome job on these videos.

Stay Geeky My Friends!

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