Wizard World in Anaheim this year was far bigger than last year; much like you'd imagine Comic Con was in the days before the fall of man. Everyone was out, and everyone was about. Now get up off your ass, be a part of history and go to it.
"This Is Not Art" premiered March 12th, 2011 at Sipology Coffee, 448 East Broadway, Long Beach, CA. There was a good turnout, and for those of you who didn't come; well, you'll get what's coming to you, eventually. Your IP's have been logged and sent to our death squads. Don't worry though, they don't bite, they only shoot--shoot to kill that is. But, again, at least they don't bite--that hurts! We've put up a small gallery of photos from the show. We didn't bother to include people in it. There seemed little point.
Due to incessant whining, we have decided to create a page for events we've attended this year, and actually had our cameras at the ready for the mayhem. Click on the link to take you there. If you don't, you'll have nothing and like it.
Comic Con rawked the party this year. It was so busy we could barely kick or beat people out of our way in order to get at all the great stuff that was there. Ballroom 20 was totally easy to get into, after hours waiting. We attempted to get into Hall H, which required passports, and us putting our hair behind our right ear. Total Fail. We did finally however discover during the weekend that HBO was promoting "True Blood" through the 1.5 million signs they hung everywhere. If we didn't know "True Blood" existed, we do now. And yes, Elvira was there, in all her glory. By glory we mean tits.
Wizard World in Anaheim started off slow, as it was the first one on the west coast, but picked up over the course of the weekend. We're not talking about mediocre stars like Tom Cruise or Leonardo DiCaprio, we're talking The Iron Sheik, Honkey Tonk Man, and Buck Rogers star Gil Gerard. Beedie-beedie-beedie. Awesome. The entire principle cast from Batman: The original series were also there. Look for photos of them--you won't find them here.