I arrived a little after five and found a line already forming for the event at six. I had to run in and buy copies of the comic because somehow the copy that I pre-ordered from the internets hadn't arrived (it arrived yesterday finally). Once back in line, I spotted Greg Aronowitz and a guy with a microphone. The guy with the microphone turned out to be Geeky Fan Boy that does the Knights of the Guild podcast. He was hitting up folks in line to talk about The Guild comic, and I happily volunteered.
I discovered The Guild through Dr. Horrible. As the story usually goes, I was immediately hooked. Even though I wasn't a gamer. That's key when I tell people about The Guild. I do have a lot of gaming friends and know what happens, but still. You can love The Guild without jumping into a MMO. The writing is clever, the characters are fun. I mean, you see character development in just seven minutes. That can't be easy to do episode after episode.
A few more photos here and more from Geeky Fan Boy here.