So of course we packed our bags and headed up there. I would like to say that this year Denver Comic Con got their stuff together. We were allowed to wait in lines, no drama with the badges, it was really a much better experience. I was able to attend the Oatmeal panel which was so freaking exciting for me. I have a review of his book, How to Tell if Your Cat is Plotting to Kill you which actually gets the most views on my blog. Crazy I know. The author Matthew Inman had some new material for the panel.. and trust me this panel was not for children. He talked a lot about penises and sex (in nature) but people still brought their kids. If you read the Oatmeal you know it is not for kids!
Right at the end of this panel was a panel with Max Brooks which I wish I could've attended but the two overlapped. Also... we needed to line up for the Arrow panel sooo I had to make hard decisions. Which you end up doing at any con. One of my favorite parts of Comic Cons is the "floor" where you walk around and see all the booths. This year I didn't buy anything. I was a lot more busy then last time so I just walked past everything. There was a Weta booth (they make the weapon in Lord of the Rings) but I am pretty sure it is the same booth from San Diego Comic Con a few years ago. Still fun to see.
|Lego Land recreated from the movie
|Stephen Amell autograph