It’s like a Comic Con fence! With the posts and the—Oh nevermind.


My Comic Con Experience was… interesting. I have never been to an event that freaking huge or crowded! I originally bought 2, 2-day tickets (Sat/Sun) for Cierra and myself, but she was unable to attend. So I trotted around SDCC all by my lonesome.


I’m not gonna lie to you, I didn’t have that great of a time and I didn’t pre-register for next year.


WHAT?! You didn’t have a fun time at the most amazing event ever?


Calm the hell down and let me explain myself. I don’t think I am fanatical enough for SDCC. The idea of waiting 4 hours to get tickets, or 2 hours to see a preview of games/movies doesn’t really appeal to me that much.


Comic Con is this great place where the nerds, geeks, losers, outcasts, and mega-fans can leave the world in which they are the minority and come to a place where they are the majority. It’s this place to unite with all your niche knowledge and finally belong!


Well… Ya see… I don’t think I belonged there. I don’t like dressing up and playing pretend (that’s my day job), I don’t watch TV or see too many movies, and finally, I don’t know comics (“IDK Comics”—See what I did there? Shut up). So maybe that’s not the place for me. I feel like if I don’t have an objective I don’t have a reason to be there so… yeah.


Now about the things I did do!

Panels I attended:

  • Attack of the Show
  • Axe Cop
  • Zombie Survival Guide
  • Penny Arcade Q&A
  • Webcomics Weekly Live!
  • Digital Disruption (something about piracy?)


I’ll post pictures and such soon!


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