Ok. So now that you all realize that Comic-Con isn’t all wine and roses, it’s time to get to the good stuff.
What is it that’s so freaking special anyways?
Why won’t this guy shut up about it? (LOL, good luck)
Read on and I’ll share some of what I feel are the most magical elements about this convention. The things that helped propel it to national recognition and an event worth an expensive cross country trip to attend!
So, tonight is Comic-Con preview night. And though I’ll be unable to attend thanks to the Con’s new “Preview Night tickets only on sale onsite last year” policy, I thought it would be good to post a couple of posts to get everyone in the spirit.
I’m prepping these two articles at home before I leave, but there’s a good chance that by the time you read this, I’ll be in the air on my way to San Diego.
So without further ado, I present to you the “Three things I HATE about Comic-Con”
Hello boys and Girls. The time has come to officially announce my plans for this year’s Comic-Con. As those of you who are friends and family know, I’ll be traveling to the convention again this year, except this time, I’ll be trying to capture the event as best I can here on the blog.
The plan is to post live updates via text and iPad, and videos when I get back home on Monday. It’s going to be a lot of hard work, in addition to the hecticness that is Comic-Con. But I know that I’m going to enjoy the process, and I hope that you’ll enjoy the results.
For those of you not interested in the Convention so much, don’t worry! I’ve got a regular slate of material to publish during the period that I’m out there. (Weds the 20th – Sun the 24th). I have another James Bond piece, I’ll be completing my Troll 2 “masterpiece” and I have a “Movie that everyone should see” already ready for next Sunday.
I may even find time to squeeze in a review of “Cowboys and Aliens” or “Captain America” if I’m able to catch either of them!
So please, come back and enjoy the Comic-Con experience with me next week. Leading up to the big day, I plan on putting up an article or two about what the experience has been like for me previously, and what I’m looking forward to out there this year. Keep an eye out for the Comic-Con logo in my posts!!