Hendersonville, TN, September 21, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Even though Comic Collector Live has had a presence at the New York Comic Con and partnered with Silent Devil and Antacrtic Press in San Diego—its real ‘coming out’ party is scheduled for September 21-23rd at the Orlando Comic Con.
Joe Butler, creator of Comic Collector Live, is excited about the convention. “We’ve been so busy adding features to the software and adding flexibility to the website (www.comiccollectorlive.com
) that we haven’t had time to really get out and meet the comic book fans as we would like. So we’re thrilled to have our booth and some materials to hand out, but most of all excited to talk with comic lovers and collectors and share the joy of comics with them.”
Also attending the Orlando convention is CCL’s comic book expert and Research Specialist Steve Boyd. “Steve has been an invaluable help in building our massive comic book database as well as helping ‘store’ owners to set up shop and sell their comics on Comic Collector Live,” says Butler. “Steve’s knowledge of comics is amazing and we have plans in the near future to truly make CCL a place where comic book enthusiasts and collectors can ‘Experience Everything’.”
Comic Collector Live offers free software that helps seasoned and novice collectors alike to organize, group, track, appraise and buy and sell. The software has gotten great reviews from users around the world including CCL members in the U.K., South Africa, Germany, the Netherlands, and various locations throughout Asia and South America. “Comic books are truly a universal language,” says Butler, “and as we expand our reach and develop more uses for the CCL website, we hope to become the standard of the comic book industry.”
You can meet Joe and Steve at the Orlando Comic Con booth # 415. They will have a limited supply of posters featuring the artwork of Marvel Artist Brian Denham (IRONMAN: Hypervelocity) and will be happy to answer any and all questions (but don’t ask Joe about the time he dressed up as Spiderman on his honeymoon and accidentally locked himself out of the motel room).