I then went to my last source of refuge – the Xbox Lounge – and found a welcome break. Yeah, there was a line, but it was indoors, short, and there were ice cold water dispensers all around.
The second day of Comic-Con I figured would be the one requiring the most patience as both The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones were scheduled for the same room…
Never before have I seen a line as long as the one this morning. And that was just the line to get the actual ticket to get into the convention
The swag bags have capes on them! Even the non-superhero-related ones! I don’t know why that is so awesome -probably because it is completely unnecessary – but it is.
This is the first time that I’ve been afraid that I’m not enough of a nerd and won’t fit in.
Workers were setting up what I can only guess were tarps on the grass for the inevitable outdoor line that people will form overnight before the daily activities start. So yay, there will be a roof over you while you spend the entire night outdoors.
Knowing that I was going to attend Comic-Con this year for the first time ever, and seeing the categories for the Souvenir Book fan submissions included the 50th anniversary of the X-Men comics, I knew I had to do it.