This past weekend BC headed off to the Big Apple to check out the New York Comic Con. We gave him a camera and told him don't come back without any footage. He only choke slammed 2 people, but after that he did what we told him to.
Let's check out the some of the video he brought back for us:
I'll be the first to admit my pessimistic attitude when it was announced a few months back that Dallas Comic-Con was sold to FanExpo out of Canada. I felt as if my hometown event was being invaded upon and diluted. How could a company out of Canada know what us hard-to-please folks in Texas really want? After this year's Dallas Comic-Con, I can tell you they know a whole lot about what we Southerners are looking for than you would think.
Dallas Fan Days 2013 unleashed thousands of fanboys and girls upon the Irving Convention Center on October 4th, 5th, and 6th. This year's event seemed to further spread out its pop culture reach by including guests from TV shows and movies far outside of the Star Wars and Star Trek realm it's been known for in the past. Enthusiasts of anything from Harry Potter to Firefly and Hellboy could find someone or something to get excited about.
October can mean only one thing in the Dallas, TX area for thousands of comic book, movie, and TV fans. It's time for the annual Dallas Fan Days event at the Irving Convention Center. Every year the geek gathering continues to grow with an ever-increasing variety of comic book writers and artists and media celebrities. 2013 looks to top all the past years and raise the bar for local conventions across all genres.
It's May in Dallas, TX and for thousands of movie, TV, and comic book geeks that means only one thing. Dallas Comic-Con is about to descend upon the Irving Convention Center for a weekend of fun and excitement. This time around, fans get three days to meet the celebrities in attendance and find those rare items they've been looking for their entire life from over 30 vendors in the Main Exhibit Room.