Yesterday’s post covered a lot of the costumes, but there is still more to tell about Comic Con.
There was a cool display at The Lego Booth, as usual.
There was tons of elaborate Walking Dead stuff. They had a huge set-up that looked like Terminus.
And a small set of lego-like Walking Dead creations.
I bought some jewelry.
And my daughter purchased that dress from the video game Portal (she is required to wear a tank top underneath).
My favorite part of Comic Con is definitely, without a doubt, the free books. All of the big fantasy/science fiction publishers are there and they give away so many books for free. It is amazing. There were even more in a separate bag that we missed photographing.
My husband surprised me with a really cool piece of art from Rhode Montijo. It is a little hanging tree sculpture with our initials on it.
There were amazing displays.
I caught a glimpse of Sean Astin, but did not meet him again like last year. Closure and all of that.
More costumes by cool people. I love how happy that older dude is in his Ghostbuster costume. It made me smile:
This fox costume was started by its wearer way back in October. The back of her ear is covered in flowers. It was really cool.
Her friend spoke for her when I asked her questions.
I could not help but quip to them, “So, the fox says nothing?”
This woman found this man sitting and conducted an interview with him. I believe it was about what he thought could change on their ship. It was a very long interview. They both were excited about it.
I love that like-minded people can find other like-minded people at Comic Con and relate on a level that they would not generally get to in our close-minded society.
I got to try the new Monster Hunter game coming out next year. I cannot wait! By the way, this photo is edited. My giant pimple needed to be toned down. If only I could do that in real life.
My son loved the Minecraft display.
If you went to Comic Con, would you dress up? What would you go to see? To do?
By the way, I think this picture says more than anything I could compose in words about Comic Con.
And, yes, that is totally the face I would make if I saw a shark flying through the air.
I’m a Monster Hunter, remember? Sharks are nothin’.