I stopped in on SDCC 13 to promote Horror Haiku and my friends at Seraph Films and I wanted to share my high points with you!
It’s always wonderful to see my handsome genius friend Douglas Wolk. This time, I got to see him run a panel on cliffhangers in comics.
SDCC is pretty overwhelming, and after last year’s visit, I just accept that I’m going to miss things like Mulder and Scully’s reunion and I’ll see the same fat guy in a Mario hat twenty times.
I don’t like being outside or standing in lines, so most of Comic-Con’s hot spots won’t happen for me.
Steampunk has gotten out of control with nerd crossover as every vendor asks “Can I make a corset out of children’s Star Wars sheets?”
Lots of Dr. Who’s this year, and fewer Anime kids with giant weapons.
I got my picture taken a lot, and the nicest compliment was from a guy who said “That’s really…alarming.”
It’s always good to see Old Gregg.
A really good Marla Singer and a somewhat meth-ed out Tyler Durden.
Gris Grimly’s lovely gal Victoria Vengeance poses with a card for me.
Supernatural’s Castiel and Dean were in attendance, and feeling very sexy about it. I did see Rob Benedict, who plays Chuck Shurley, interviewing someone about something.
My personal highlight was meeting Emo Philips for the third time, each time is more delightful than the last!