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San Diego Comic-Con Recap

Hi-Fructose Magazine returns from another annual round at San Diego Comic-Con with a few snapshots of the visitors to our booth. Many thanks to Junko Mizuno, Audrey Kawasaki and Luke Chueh for their generous time stopping by for exclusive signings! Thanks to all our readers and Facebook “likers” who stopped by to say hello, nice to put so many faces to names. Take a look at some photos from Comic-Con after the jump.

Tim Biskup and Junko Mizuno

Hi-Fructose Magazine returns from another annual round at San Diego Comic-Con with a few snapshots of the visitors to our booth. Many thanks to Junko Mizuno, Audrey Kawasaki and Luke Chueh for their generous time stopping by for exclusive signings! Thanks to all our readers and Facebook “likers” who stopped by to say hello, nice to put so many faces to names.

Audrey Kawasaki

Skinner and N.C. Winters

Attaboy signing

Michael Hussar live-drawing at Baby Tattoo

Zombies!

Luke Chueh signing

Luke Chueh custom signature on the back of a wood print

Ron English and his son

Junko Mizuno

Audrey Kawasaki and Julie West

Jesse Hernandez and Attaboy

Mark Dean Veca

Rob Reger of Emily the Strange

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