Using the lobby Wi-Fi, while everyone else is at the con, but everyone is having a great time. As
Johanna Draper Carlson put it:

This convention has been about taking it as it comes, stopping and enjoying the moment, with great conversations, paying attention to where I am instead of chasing the next thing. I’m letting it flow like a river, and that was brought home to me sitting in the Westin bar next to the creek that runs through it. What a great symbol for how to enjoy this wonderful convention!

Comics Alliance has a few pictures. Ben Towle agrees that day one was slow and that’s just how everyone likes it:

Friday is usually a fairly relaxed (aka “slow”) day at Heroes Con and today was no exception. At the Friendliest Con in the Southeast, (or maybe just period) this can be a good thing though, as it allows folks on the floor to hang out and catch up for a bit.

Rob Liefeld loves it too!

Heroes Con in Charlotte has always been a show I have wanted to attend but somehow over 20 some years I never found my way there. No more! I finally made it for the 2010 show and the fans and attendees are the nicest, kindest people I have met in all my travels! Saturday should be another great day!

Photo taken from Kivus‘ photo stream.

Okay, computer is charged. Back to catch some panels.