Well, yesterday marked the end of San Diego Comic Con. It was also the day I went with my dad. How the Day went:
When we got there, the parking had run out, so we needed to park in another area. Then we walked down to the convention center. Once we got into line to enter, they had already been letting people in for a few minutes. It didn't take long for us to get in though. The first thing I saw when I went in was the Art Institutes booth with the Wacom Digital tablets, so I decided to try one out, seeing as I don't have either a tablet or Photoshop at home. After a bit of trial and error, I figured out how to work it, and I drew Mari Grayson.
Then I searched for two hours for The Kingdom Graphic Novel hoping someone would have it, but no no luck.(sigh)
After that we walked around for awhile and got to see some awesome stuff, like the Walking Dead series trailer, along with the Aliens trailer.
At the Cartoon Network booth there were sneak peeks of Generator Rex, Adventure Time, and Ben 10 Ultimate Alien and previews for 2 new shows called SymBionic Titans(cartoon) and Tower Prep(live action).
We stopped for lunch, but all the food had been sold out, so no lunch for us. But there was an adorable toddler dressed up as Chun Li and everyone awwwed as she ran around. She really was a little cutie pie though.
When we stood in front of one booth there was a fight over some guy calling another guy a not so polite name. Very awkward and my dad and I tried to get out of there quickly, but we still caught most of it, until security came.
Then we went for free stuff at the DC booth, and I was standing in the line when I looked up and saw... the trailer for the new Young Justice Cartoon. I let out a giant girly squeal(which is OK because I'm a girl) and cried "Young Justice!" in a high pitched voice. The trailer looks amazing! I can't wait til the show premieres. They showed some other really neat trailers for Batman Under the Red Hood and what looked a bit like a video game but could have just been a short movie.
Then we looked around a bit more and finally had to leave when the day was done.
I'm really happy though because I got to meet
the author of my one of my favorite webcomics, The Phoenix Requiem and artist of Dreamless.
Plus we took a lot of pictures and my dad and I had a really fun time boinding over one of our favorite things: superheroes.
Bye for now,
P.S: we stopped by McDonalds afterwards to get some food, and there were some cool looking Avatar cosplayers. Their costumes were spot on!