|Got me a hat!|
It was four days of hectic mayhem. I'm including the set up day which was Wednesday. I had my good friend, Athena Jones to help me. Ben, her son by birth, mine by association helped as well. Thanks to all the other vendors who remembered their supplies - tape, pins and such, and Athena's resources, we got it together in short order.
Then the Convention began. Wow.
There's an energy in a Comic Con that's unlike anything else in the world. It's a gathering of the tribe, fans, geeks and glory. It's a collection of the most amazing wares anywhere in halls full of icons. Smiles and excitement, tired kids and dazed zealots. Cosplay, heroes, stars and celebs. Like I said, it's like being surrounded by a hundred twenty-thousand of your closest friends.
Here are some of them.
|A superb Dalek. Not the droid I was looking for though.|
|These jokers were cool.|
|Nux! Shiny and chrome.|
|Crow and Tom.|
|Johnny, Jim and Julia|
|Me and Jafar.|
|Me and my neighbor, Totrro.|
|Awesome, but not the droid I was looking for.|
|It totally geeked out on the MST3K guys. They were five tables from me.|
|Now that's a knife.|
|And they had freakin' laser beams on their heads!|
|My vote for best Cosplay at the con.|
|This is the droid I was looking for.|
|Me and Peter Orullian|
|Larry Correia and I|
|Me and Brandon Mull|
|A sweet cosplay family|
|The biggest autograph book I'd ever seen.|
|My other vote for best cosplay of the Con.|
Big shout out and thanks to the creators and contributors of Salt Lake Comic Con, Dan Farr and Bryan Brandenburg, also Blake Casselman, Ryan Call and all the volunteers for making this the best Comic Con yet and the premier geek-fest in the state! See you at Fan-X in 2016.