ComiCon

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Louise Curtis
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ComiCon

Post by Louise Curtis » July 11th, 2012, 5:05 pm

Anyone going? I just found out many cast and crew members of The Hobbit will be there (*swoon*) and the entire cast of Firefly (*double swoon* - luckily my partner looks a bit like Nathan Filion, since it's a LITTLE too far to go from my home in Canberra, Australia).

I have a surprising connection, though: one of my best friends has designed a computer game called "Little Cthulhu" and the trailer will be showing at Comicon. That puts me two degrees from a bunch of awesome people (not to mention directly connected to a man that once convinced me to buy a large dead octopus and pose it on or near various landmarks in our city - the man appreciates tentacles).

Oh, Comicon. We've never met, but I love you from afar.
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Re: ComiCon

Post by Mira » July 14th, 2012, 6:21 pm

That's pretty cool about your friend's computer game, Louise. :)

I know someone who went - Nathan! He'll be at the CNET table, and hopefully he'll tell us about it.

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Re: ComiCon

Post by mudpuppy » July 23rd, 2012, 9:09 pm

I wished I would have went. Most of my favorite cartoonist were and I would have loved to meet them in person. However, I needed to stay home for school related reasons. I, too, have always loved ComiCon from a far. I hope one day I would be able to go.

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