Written by Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart Lead vocal: Micky Dolenz Backing vocals: Tommy Boyce, Bobby Hart, Wayne Erwin, Ron Hicklin Guitar: Wayne Erwin, Gerry McGee, Louie Shelton Bass: Larry Taylor Drums: Billy Lewis Percussion: Gene Estes Organ: Bobby Hart Recorded at RCA Victor Studios, Hollywood, California; July 5 and 19, 1966 (2:00 p.m.–7:30 p.m.) Produced by Tommy Boyce, Bobby Hart, Jack Keller
A WORD ABOUT CONDUCT AT HEROESCON
HeroesCon is dedicated to providing a fun, safe and harassment-free convention experience for everyone regardless of gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, age or religion. We will not tolerate harassment of anyone in any form. Convention participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from HeroesCon without a refund at the discretion of the convention organizers.
Exhibitors, sponsors and guests are subject to our anti-harassment policy as well and in particular, exhibitors should not use images or material that surpasses a PG-13 rating at their booths. Booth staff (including volunteers) should not use over-sexualized or excessively gory clothing/uniforms/costumes.
If you are being harassed, witness someone else being harassed or have any other concerns, please contact a member of the HeroesCon staff or a volunteer. We are happy to contact our security or local law enforcement, provide escort, a safe place or otherwise assist those experiencing harassment to feel safe for the duration of the convention.
All attendees, exhibitors and staff are subject to this anti-harassment policy and are expected to follow these rules at all HeroesCon events. This policy goes for the show floor and after-hours events at our host hotels as well.
I’m back from a wonderful time in Charlotte this past weekend. Thanks a bunch to Shelton Drum, Rico Renzi and the Heroes crew for having me! Heroes is easily one of my favorite shows, and it continues to be amazing.
Above is a look at some of the art I made over the weekend:
Magik. Pen & ink on 9x12" bristol.
Two-Face! I drew this for Heroes Drink and Draw event that they held on Friday. Hot dogs vs. T-bone steaks. The drawing was made on a small (roughly 4x4") coaster.
‘Reign of the Superwomen.’ Acrylic/mixed media on 20x30" illustration board.
This was the auction piece I painted on Saturday; a gender-flipped painting inspired by the 'Reign of the Supermen’ arc that followed the Death of Superman comics of the early 1990’s. I had a lot of fun working on it, but it took a super long time and kept me away from my table for long spells. Apologies to anyone who missed me on Saturday. I’ll likely do something a bit smaller in scope next year.
Thanks to everyone who stopped by my table to say hello. It was great getting to meet new fans and creators alike, as well as see some familiar faces. Until next time…