- Gwendolyn and the Underworld by Ian Samuels and Bill Robinson is a delightful story about a little girl who is a Pet Reaper and wants to solve the mystery of her Overworld life. The art is smack-you-in-the-face pretty, and Gwendolyn has all kinds of spunk. I enjoyed reading along with her story.
- Sawdust Bear sells hand-sculpted specimens that are wacky and awesome. The designs are always neat, and artist Shing Yin Khor paints her creations with neat colors and textures. Seriously. She's got skills, and she's one of the sweetest artists/people I've ever met.
Beastlies also fall into the category of hand-sculpted adorable things I need to own. Each little monster has its own quirks, and I'd guess that no two are exactly alike. I had a very hard time choosing which one to bring home with me.
- Wayfarer's Moon by Jason Janicki and Leigh Kellogg is a high fantasy graphic novel that follows the story of two memorable ladies, Iri and Lily. I'm only a quarter of the way through this book so far, but I'm really enjoying it!
Gronk and mini art by Katie Cook! It wouldn't be Comic-Con if I didn't come home with some new mini art by Katie. This time I got an archer-ific (yeah, I just did that) trio of Hawkeye, Katniss, and Merida. I also got volume two of her freaking adorable webcomic Gronk.
Grant Gould. I really dig his art style, and my collection of his work just keeps growing. I had a hard time choosing, but I ended up with a Game of Thrones print.
I would have liked to spend more time in Artists' Alley, but it might be best for my wallet that I didn't.
Have you found any treasures in Small Press/Artists' Alley recently? Tell me about them!