The below (and the above header) was taken from my Blogspot in 2014. Jesus, Blogspot. Does that date me or what? Anyways, as we all know, pretty much ALL of 2020’s events are forever gone. One of them being, San Diego Comic-Con. Since today officially kicks off #ComicConAtHome, thought it’d be the perfect time to bring back this lil ol’ gem from my first ever Comic-Con.
I can go more about how much I miss this, but I think I’m brewing another blog idea in my head as I type this sentence, and now I will go write this thought down before I forget and SCENE.
Enjoy my awesome little self blogging away her heart’s desire. I’m happy to see myself continuing to do that, but on a larger scale, 6 years later.
San Diego Comic Con was about two weeks ago but I still talk about it like it was yesterday. I still can’t believe I was fortunate to attend this year! (Can you hear my inner geek come out?) I had the unbelievable chance to do a bit of coverage for the site I work for, The Daily Quirk.
Here are some things for your viewing pleasure (I mean if you care and you’re into these kinds of things):
VIDEO: Interview with Mark Ghanime who stars in SyFy’s show Helix
VIDEO: Cast of The Maze Runner press conference
VIDEO: A recap video about mtvU’s First-Ever Fandom Award Show
ARTICLE: An article about the cast of Penny Dreadful‘s at Comic Con
VIDEO: Interview with Vikings stars Travis Fimmel and Clive Standen
I’m telling you now, there are tons of more videos & articles to check out here! … Shameless plug.
ANYWAYS. If you’ve never been to SDCC, I recommend you go once in your life. I can go on and on giving you reasons on why you should go but you probably heard them all. I really wish I attended in the past when it wasn’t so congested as it is now. Either way, this was something to cross off my bucket list. There were so many things I didn’t get the chance to experience since I was stuck in the press area all day every day… But I really can’t complain. It was a once in a lifetime opportunity. Well, I’m secretly wishing it’s not.
I realized spotting celebrities there was really like playing a game of Where’s Waldo. The place was crawling with celebrities that I think I’ve grown out of the fangirling stage of my life.
….OK, that was a lie. My fangirling-ness will never stop.
I can type for days on end about the event but I promised no more long posts. More poor-quality phone photos after the jump! There were too many to choose from.