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Comic-Con summary [Jul. 27th, 2008|06:34 pm]
I'm sitting in the San Diego airport (free wifi! woo!) two hours before my plane will be boarding. Took off a little bit early from Comic-Con because I am just a little bit utterly wiped.

More recap will be coming, but for now I will just say: SO AWESOME.

Important things I learned at Comic-Con this year:

Comic-Con is all about waiting in lines. This is fine. Just be prepared for it.

New Balance are the best shoes EVAR. I walked around a gigantic convention center for four days, carrying a backpack for much of it, and my feet are very (very!) tired, but, and I cannot stress enough how new and different and totally unprecedented this is for me, they don't hurt!. And neither do my calves!

Oh Em Gee do gay men ogle. We are terrible! But with so much eye candy walking around, who could really expect otherwise?

I know a lot of super-rad people. I had a really, really, really wonderful time, and it was almost entirely about all the fantastic people I hung out with.

Simon Pegg has a good handshake. *squeee!*

[User Picture]From: dr_tectonic
2008-07-28 04:07 pm (UTC)

I did not see him. That's a little... I mean, dude.

Did see a "Namor" costume that consisted of a Speedo and little wings taped to the ankles. It was not a good thing.
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[User Picture]From: annlarimer
2008-07-28 04:12 pm (UTC)
Now, if he'd gone as Love Sausage from The Boys, I could totally see it. Er, more than I can now, even.

Support, boys and girls. It makes the world a better place, and increases your odds of survival should you trip while on the escalator.
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