I survived my first Comic-Con and am living to tell tales. Here are my observations from my experience. To get a pass or not to get a pass – After having been too late to the game to purchase my own pass, then miraculously getting one and then only to lose said highly-coveted pass [...]
I don’t think I need to tell you I had an awesome time at Comic-Con. So much so that I’m looking forward to checking out the NYC one in the fall. It has grown in the past few years, from a dinky location near Penn Station/Madison Square Garden to the Javits Center. Now back to [...]
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You know how people say once you meet someone you, you’ll then notice how often you run into them? For me at Comic-Con, this was the case with Travis Fimmel. Travis, who plays Ragnar on The History Channel’s Vikings, is here at Comic-Con to promote their upcoming 3rd season in 2015. As I posted earlier, [...]
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While I am striving to surpass my daily 10,000 steps goal on my Fitbit everyday at Comic-Con, I know I need to pace myself. I am in San Diego after all. So in between Comic-Con sessions, I managed to squeeze in some pool time. Here’s my view from the pool. Life at Comic-Con is tough.
I’m on my way to earning my cape. Where am I going? To Comic-Con International in San Diego, where all amateur dorks go to get their cape, of course. Comic-Con is the Disneyland for all dork kind. It’s not like Halloween, where you don a costume for a day. No, this is better than that. Comic-Con is four [...]
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