Fans Line Up To See KY Comic Book Artist

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Updated: 6/08/2013 11:56 pm
Hundreds of fans lined up to see the Cynthiana native and cartoonist Tony Moore.

Moore has done sketches for issues of The Walking Dead, Fear Agent, and Venom.

Moore lived in Lexington for years, and said it was good to get back to old stomping grounds. He signed books for fans and people who recently discovered his work.

He also said it's an honor, and mind-boggling that so many people 'actually care'.

All of his success is something he said he never imagined would happen starting out.

"I always hoped that things would really take off but I had not realistic expectations of any of that. So it's definitely been a wild ride to go from independent black-and-white publishing all the way up to main stream, big time distribution. It's kind of weird," said Moore.\

All of the money made from sketches Saturday went toward the Cincy Comic Con.
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