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Artists out and
proud at Comic-Con 2007

Artists out and
proud at Comic-Con 2007

Comic Con 2007 is adding a little color to its lineup of comic book heroes--in the flesh and otherwise--by again including Prism Comics, a nonprofit organization that supports LGBT publications, creators, and readers.

Comic-Con, held in San Diego, is the world's largest comic book and popular-art convention. Last year saw 123,000 people pack into the San Diego Convention Center to buy, sell, peruse, and enjoy comics ranging from the familiar--Superman, for example--to the obscure.

And while people may have not heard of Terrance Griep, known best as out pro wrestler "SpiderBaby," he is also one of Prism's featured authors, having penned both Scooby-Doo and Judo Girl. Other LGBT creators scheduled to attend include Steve MacIsaac, Megan Gedris, Tommy Roddy, and Sean McGrath. (The Advocate)

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