Though Comic-Con 2012 may have come to a close, the memories (and sicknesses passed amongst overworked journalists) will remain. For those unable to visit the four-day geekcentric gala, the question most often asked of those who attend is “What is Comic-Con like?” To put it simply, it’s nice – everyone is nice, everything is nice. It’s fun for all, young and old, geeks and non-geeks. Some people can be not as nice, but that’s not typical of the average ‘Con attendee.
Like Disney World (but with longer lines), filled with folks that just “get” one another, Comic-Con is a free-for-all of creativity, consumerism, community and fandom. While waiting to see your favorite movie and/or TV show may take up much of your time, there’s much more than panels on Iron Man 3 and Doctor Who to keep you entertained.
And so, for you inquiring minds who wonder what the ...
This entry was posted by Screen Rant on July 19, 2012 at 10:59 pm, and is filed under TV News. Follow any responses to this post through RSS 2.0.
You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed.