ZomBcon Seattle 2010 Day 3!!!!
Well, yesterday concluded the first ever ZomBcon Seattle, and what a great convention it was! We here at Living Dead Targets are very excited to see this convention continue to grow and become a must see for anyone involved in the zombie culture. We met a lot of zombie fanatics in great costumes and we were happy to aid in their apocalypse training.
Pictured: (from left to right) Death, Mario, Nate Pecota
One of the many highlights of the final day was a performance of Micheal Jackson’s “Thriller” dance by The Seattle Thrillers. Check out the video here!
Pictured: The Seattle Thrillers - ZomBcon 2010 Seattle
Perhaps the most exiting event of our day at the Living Dead Targets booth was having the great Malcolm McDowell train for the zombie apocalypse using our targets.
Pictured: Malcolm Mcdowell
All in all the weekend was a great success. Despite a few hiccups in communication and a less than predicted attendance, we believe there are very good things to come for the future of ZomBcon Seattle.
ZomBcon Seattle 2010 Day 2!!!!
Well, day two at ZomBcon is a rap, and it was an eventful one to say the least! We saw a big jump in attendance and were busy running around all day. Excited zombie enthusiasts were lined up at our booth for most of the day to get their chance to shoot at our Living Dead Targets! Our high-powered air soft guns gave them a chance to win some free merch. It was a pretty awesome day to say the least.
We got a very cool opportunity to get some great shots of our people with some cultural icons today, even more so than yesterday, including our very own resident zombie! Not many people can say they’ve been given a chance to ring George A. Romero’s neck!
Pictured: George A. Ramero, Jewel Scroggins
Our very own Daniel Enciso won a prize on stage as well today for his tattoo work of the living dead! “Most people don’t know this, but there were zombies in the bible…” he said on stage. His tattoo shows a picture of Ezekiel, a prophet from the Old Testament, telling the mounds of dead bones to rise from the dead and move out of his way as he traveled through a dark and dangerous valley. It was a great moment of faith for Ezekiel, and made one killer looking tattoo for our very own!
Pictured: Daniel Enciso, Brian Walton
We got a great amount of exposure today with some big names. One of which was G4, a national television network who is the go to authority on all things ‘gamer’. We were interviewed by one of their reps today who was taken back by our promotional booth and products! Look for us on ‘Attack of the Show’ in the near future.
We were also fortunate enough to have some of our very own Zombie targets show up in the flesh today as well! Zombie Joe showed up to make an appearance as well as a decomposing clown opening fire on Sugar. There was a great turn out for the con today, hoping for more people tomorrow!
Pictured: “Zombie Joe”
Pictured: Jewel Scroggins, “Sugar”
ZomBcon Seattle 2010
Well today was the kickoff of the first ever ZomBcon here in Seattle Wa, and Living Dead Targets was right in the thick of things. I can’t think of a better way to spend a Friday than with George A. Ramero, Max Brooks, Malcolm McDowell, and tons of other zombie freaks.
Pictured (from left to right) George A. Ramero, Daniel Enciso
We want to give a big thanks to everyone that came by the booth to support us today, and a special shout out to CultureMob.com for thier awesome write up!
Pictured Nate Pecota, and kinda Daniel Enciso
We look forward to a great weekend, and don’t forget to stop by our booth and take out your agression on our zombie clown “Sugar.”
Survive the Apocalypse.