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The information contained on this site is an unofficial reference for convention goers to plan ahead and make budgets for their convention visits. It is based solely on my personal convention experiences, and represents my conversations with the individual artists, their displayed signs at the time and what I actually paid to have my comics signed. I do not guarantee that the artist's prices or policies will be the same from one convention to the next, and each is free to change their policies at will. This site is not affiliated with any comic convention, publisher or artist.
North Tx Comic Show
Dallas Comic Show
Fan Expo Dallas
Dallas Fantasy Fair
* Have your comics ready for the guest to sign. Make sure they are out of their protective sleeves before you get up to the table, especially if there is a line.
* Be courteous. This applies to both guests and other convention-goers. I always ask the guest if they will sign my books, and thank them when they do. I also keep my chit-chat down to a minimum if there are others waiting.
* Try to keep the number of books reasonable. Walking up with a stack of 50 books seems like an imposition to me, and it holds up the line for others.