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Mega-Con 2000 Pictorial page 2

Friday's CrossGenerational Trivia Game pitted comics legends against some of today's hottest talent.  On the legendary team were (left to right) John Romita, Roy Thomas, and Stan Lee.  Talk about tough competition!

Representing the hot talent team were (left to right) Michael Turner, Ron Marz, and Garth Ennis.

At left, Mark Goddard may no longer be LOST IN SPACE, but he's still got that blasted B-9 following him around to all his convention appearances.

Rena Mero (above), the actress and media phenomenon formerly known as Sable, may be playing RED SONJA in an upcoming TV series.

Normally the above would qualify as a "bad photo," but Garth Ennis has been such a blur of energy with HITMAN, PREACHER, and THE PUNISHER that I'll just call it "appropriate" instead.

<- Ed Cordova (left) and Mark Haskell from Comics Guaranty Corporation (CGC) were kind enough to bring some Golden Age books to the show for us to pick up.

Writer David Michelinie (left) and artist Bob Layton discuss their upcoming IRON MAN limited series.  Actually, David is discussing IRON MAN while Bob is doing dozens of sketches for fans. Golden Age legend Sheldon Moldoff (left) and Silver Age stalwart Dick Ayers take a moment to mug for the camera.  Behind them is that pesky camera hog B-9 again.

Golden Age Green Lantern creator Mart Nodell (above) does sketches for fans, while Golden Age Flash creator Harry Lampert (right) cautiously keeps an eye out for B-9.


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