Winners of the AudioShocker Trivia Challenge from NYCC 2011

As you may remember, the AudioShocker was in the Podcast Arena at the 2011 New York Comic Con. Neal and I hung out at our booth, sold lots of self-published comics, and I even got to see the announcement of Ross’s new Glory relaunch.

For me, one of the highlights of the show was meeting tons of awesome comic book fans. At our table, we hosted an AudioShocker Trivia Challenge where attendees could answer questions and win some kickass comics.

I started off by awarding sets of comics to fans who answered three questions correctly. But by Saturday afternoon, I ran out of sets! However, people still wanted to take the Trivia Challenge… so I started giving out my own self-published comics.

Now, for your viewing enjoyment, here are our illustrious winners:

To the best of my memory, here’s what I gave away (from top to bottom):

  • Mutant X #1-17
  • A chunk of Aquaman and Adventure Comics (19 consecutive issues, including the Death of a Prince storyline)
  • Chaos War #1-5 miniseries
  • John Byrne’s full run on West Coast Avengers
  • Whilce Portacio’s arc on X-Factor where they send baby Cable into the future
  • A year of electric blue Superman (54 issues… some signed by Ron Frenz)
  • WildCATs #1-13 (the Lobdell relaunch)
  • A big hunk of Kyle Baker’s Plastic Man
  • The original WildCATs #1-4
  • Christopher Priest’s run on Steel
  • The New Time Log (2 of 3)
  • Zombie Palin (3rd edition)
  • I forgot to take a picture, but I also gave away the full original run of Xombi.

DAMN! That’s a lot of comics :)

2 Responses to “Winners of the AudioShocker Trivia Challenge from NYCC 2011”


  1. 1 ross

    this is great! i love seeing how excited these guys look. except for the guy with Wildcats 1-13, he doesn’t seem too thrilled, heh.

  2. 2 nick marino

    @Ross: these fans were so terrific. they had so much enthusiasm. in fact, this 2011 NYCC had more enthusiasm and excitement for comics than any other show i’ve ever been to, from the smallest of the small press fairs to that massive FanExpo you and i were at in 2010.

    as for the WildCATS #1-13 guy, i think he he may have wanted one of the other sets that i’d already given away…

    my favorite fans were, oddly enough, the first and last guys. the first guy loved the trivia so much that he came back later in the day, just to play again and not to win any comics. the last guy had a great attitude, and i was thrilled that he was psyched to take home a copy of Zombie Palin.

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