Now Celebrating the 11th Year On The Web!

"Hammering Out the Web For You Since May 12th, 1998!"


Click Here add This to Your list of NetworkedBlogs! 

Note: If you are breaking into or already work in the comic book industry or other pop culture productions, you are welcome to email us press releases, news items, and updates that you feel would be of interest to our blog readers. Including YOUR own works!

To mail printed items to us for possible review, send to:

Click Here to see our Facebook Comic Con Dealer Table!

Make It So Marketing
PO Box 130653
Carlsbad, CA 92013


We also have an on-line exhibitor table at the virtual Facebook Comic Con. You can view the table by clicking this link

If you are a Facebook member, please join our Facebook Comic Con | Make It So Marketing exhibitor table for updates, specials, and other wall posts!


Site Meter






FOUND AT THE 2009 LONG BEACH COMIC CON:   Below is the HCMP table at the recent LBCC. There I met Zen, Landish, and Jamilyn (Parks). I was introduced to the publications 'Magic Panty' #1, and the 'Justus: 2009 Late Edition' catalog for

Below is a photo of the table with just two of the creators holding the 'Magic Panty' comic book.


Click Here to see our lowest priced comics, books and magazines listings!

What I found in reading this comic book was good art with a strange futuristic story, but easy to understand storyline.  It was like manga meets sci-fi, yet in a genre of all its' own.  It was printed with black and white interior pages, with greytone aspects.  The cover price is $3.95, but I don't have a good link to send you to order this publication.

Indeed, what little I found when researching this publication, was that it was definitely a group effort.  Here's what the artist stated at one of the boards I found about this publication:

"This particular piece has a long production process. Landish! emailed me the pencils and I printed them out. I then colored it with paint markers and made a few changes. It was then scanned into Photoshop and Jamilyn took out the colors and boosted the contrast to make it look like an inked piece. Then I took that file and colored it and added in the logo. Finally I gave that photoshop file to Jamilyn and he added the design elements and properly colored the piece."

 Okay, so here's what I found when looking up the publication.

First, some of the artwork can be found at:

Secondly, unfortunately the  site of is undergoing a reconstruction right now. 

Third, I am not Facebook Friends with any of these creators at this time, (only Jamilyn appears to be on FB), so I can't give you additional info on them.  There does not appear to be any Facebook Fan Page for these creators or their creations. I don't use MySpace, and only check sites like deviantart when requested / referred by the artists.

Sometimes I come across publications in Artists Alleys of comic cons and just don't get enough info to make it a 'Main Feature' item, even though it could rate a 'Main Feature' article here.  As it takes me a while to write up these blog posts, if I can't find info easily, the most I can really do is a 'Featurette' section on the publication as a mention for my readers to check out further if that is the genre of reading they prefer.

That's why I've made a special blog post about: "How To Best Submit YOUR Publication For Possible Review!" for creators that would like to possibly have their publications mentioned or reviewed.

If and when I find out more about this H.C.M.P. group, I may do an update here...




WEB PAGE NOTE:  This blog post is written for the IE Browser standards. Netscape, Firefox and the others serve the page up differently. The screen display resolution is best seen at the setting of 1024 x 768.
All images and characters within this blog post are copyright and trademark their respective owners.

If you are a Facebook member and would like to join my Facebook Network, feel free to send a 'friend request' to 'Michael D Hamersky'.