Ok, so I didn’t actually meet this fairy, but I can well imagine…
So, a more in-depth report of Wondercon:
A three-day con, probably the 2nd biggest comics convention in California outside of Comicon, the con was in one big hall, while the panels were held in side rooms throughout the Moscone Convention center.
I drew people as zombies on 4×6″ cards for $5 each, distributed comics and occasionally wandered around (read: kicked out of my chair) the con. Got a signature from Robert Kirkman, author of the Walking Dead, and Max Brooks, author of Zombie Survival Guide and World War Z! Ran buy the Legend of the Seeker fan booth a couple times and won some of their fain contests (I’m not a dork, really) and much, much more.
Coolest of all, I met Jeremy Rathbone of Munkie Revolution, and saw that he’s got a Kickstarter up to help him complete his Release the Zombots project. Go and give him money (I did)! I also bought one of his Zombot prints too. If you’re not convinced this project needs backing, LOOK AT THIS:
I can honestly say I’ve never been sucked in by any anime, ever (that’s a total lie).
In fact, I think their stories to be generally predictable and childish (the lies keep coming!).
And am often bored to tears when they come on (yet, somehow, can’t turn away from some of them).
I usually just turn off the shows when they come on and watch a home shopping channel instead (yeah… right).