I'm a huge fan of geek events like SIGGRAPH, Anime Expo, Quakecon, E3, and Comic-Con, to name a few. When I got word from my coworker that I wasn't going to miss Comic-Con (I missed E3 and Anime Expo this year already!), I was incredibly stoked to make the trek to SD.
This was my second time attending SDCC. The first time was back in 2010 for work when I was doing visuals for the Tron Installation. So I guess this was my first time fully experiencing Comic-Con.
Comics were everywhere! I never was reeeeaaally into comics growing up, thanks to the home computer. Shout out to generation Twitter!!!
Real fanboys(and girls) know that 70 percent of Comic-Con is all about what character you come dressed as. It's a great opportunity for make-up artist, costume designers, and creatives to show there work. DIY or nothing.
I also learned how to pronounce "Wacom".
Towards the end of the day I bumped into Matt Groening. I geeked out from afar and started snapping pics. Unfortunately, I wasn't allowed to get in line to meet him :[.
I ended my day with this.