SUNDAY! And we’re outta here… Above, some times the wrong side of photos are the best.
Jen Gruenwald at the ultra-rare Marvel booth.
Giant BOOM! Banner loomed. can you say RAMPING UP?
Legendary Steve Purcell, who works at Pixar and is currently working on a movie with Brenda Cook.
Hype alert: Buy all these books.
Meanwhile, giant Alex Ross superheroes ascended to the heavens.
I made it all the way to the far wall and took a picture with Eddy Choi to prove it!
Ghost Rider Cycle so 2006.
Lionsgate was showing off the Spirit movie poster.
“The Black Pearl means freedom…”
Tokyopop holds all its panels at its booth. This one seemed to be well attended.
Even the Lost Ark of the Covenant was found for the show! It was THAT BIG!
Modest indie anthology TRAILER PARK OF TERROR has a movie in the works and a fine display of special effects. See? Even a modest indie anthology can get in on the Hollywood game.
Charles Brownstein, The Beat and Larry Marder briefly reunite.
After going to the Crab Shack, my exhibitor badge allowed me to see all the cool behind-the-scenes of how the con breaks down.
Bob Burden actually was surrounded my more parts of the Girl with the Bumpy Crotch, but the Sideshow people didn’t want me to take a picture and I will abide by their wishes.
The show was over, but a few Space Troopers now faced the biggest adventure of all: Getting home!
Dinner impressions. And then we woke up.