Comic-Con 2011

July 25th, 2011 | Posted in MAD Magazine

Comic-Con is over and I’m on my way back to Minnesota. Here are a few pictures from the weekend:

Number one son Tom mans the booth…

Drawing a caricature of some kids

The Big MAD Panel: From L to R: Host Mark Evanier, Sergio Aragon?©s,
editor John Ficarra, art director Sam Viviano, Dick Debartolo,
Peter Kuper, myself, Keith Knight.

Me answering a question

Not sure how this picture got mixed up in here…

They put me up on the video board just like the real artists
when I signed at the DC Comics booth.

Doing a drawing for a MAD fan

It was fun, and exhausting. Sitting at my drawing board in my studio getting caught up with work will seem like a vacation.


  1. adam says:

    Look at you… “just like the real artists”… Dude, you’re at the top of your game, and I promise you there are a lot of aspiring artists looking up to you!

  2. Mark Hill says:

    Love the last shot with you drawing, (including ‘Spiderman’ apparently checking his phone for messages/crime alerts, in the background.)

  3. Fanny Annie says:

    That drawing of the lady in the red dress is far too exaggerated and cartoonish. Not your best work.

  4. Andy S. says:

    awwwwww.. all growd up!!!!!

    Did you pre-sell any books there?.. I wish I could’a made it to buy one. Order mine online anyways.
    Glad you had Fun!!

  5. George Cook says:

    Cool pics, Tom! Thanks for sharing. Some day I wish to make it out for that event, just never have money enough to get there. The only thing wrong, for me, with the pic of the gal in the red dress is that she is standing in front of my friend Nicole, who was wearing a Rogue costume that day.


New profile pic courtesy of my self-caricature for the Scott Maiko penned article “Gotcha! Mug Shots of Common (but Despicable) Criminals” from MAD 550

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