Thursday was all about cosplay and hanging outside (post to come), and Friday, like last year was all about the TV shows (or so I thought it would be), and while I didn’t get to enjoy any pilots this year, I did get to enjoy a couple panels for shows that were new to me, and they’re definitely now on my watch list. That being said, despite all the TV awesomeness, I think that my favorite part of Friday, which was all spent in 6A had almost nothing to do with television, and so the first panel for “The Squickerwonkers” with Evangeline Lilly, will get its own post.Continue reading “SDCC 2014, Friday Panels” »
Me and my besties, on Saturday morning, after sleeping under the tents for Hall H panels!
As I sit down to blog on all the epic-ness that took place in various panels at Comic-Con 2014, I can’t help but feel a little let down. It may just be my body and brain leveling out from the adrenaline rush, and then ultimate fatigue that’s inevitable for someone like me who will usually spend the last two days of the con running on maybe six hours of sleep (TOTAL). However, part of my current melancholy is definitely tied the disappointment that all that I waited for may not have been worth it, as in the week after the convention several outlets like Entertainment Weekly, and others, are able to share “Exclusive” con footage of panels and gag reels, and even studios are releasing either entire panels or trailers that used to be just for the attendees. Continue reading “Why Wait… thoughts from a Hall H Camper on “Exclusive” footage” »