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And finally photos from the last day on LA Comic Con. Well, half of them. The rest will be up soon. As the day went, I walked around, took photos, and also did an interview with Legion M. Not sure when that video will be coming since the audio was recorded on a phone that I was going to edit into the video, messed up some how, so a fix is being worked by my GF on with what I have.

Can’t wait to see how that comes out.

And finally the rest of the photos from that night. I pretty much explained most of what happened the other day so not sure there is much more to say other then the fact I had fun, again. I also got home pretty late, and pretty sure I went to sleep after 2AM. What made that harsh was that I also had some place to got that morning, but it was all good.

Anywho, here is the rest of that party.

I am very much happy with my photos this time around. Since getting the new camera I couldn’t figure out how so many photos where coming out dark and it hit me what I was doing wrong. Also despite the absolute sheer about a people there, it’s still kind of hard to get a lot of photos, for some odd reason. Yet, I got so many more this year then before. So much I’m making two posts.

I was there as the Devil, and my GF gave me the idea for it. There was one thing I was missing which was the pitchfork, but unfortunately it was a difficult item to find. I was able to make do with what I have. And when I encountered another devil I would often say to them “Hello me!” and had created entertaining interactions, for the most part.

Such a good night. Stay tuned for the rest.

And now, the rest of the photos from day two.

Plenty more silliness happening.

I got a nice bunch of photos on day two. So many I decided to split the album for day two, in two. It was definitely a more crowded day, but I didn’t feel stuck in the middle of a crowd, at least, not that often. I know some Marvel TV actors were there like some form Agents of SHIELD, and Runaways, who I wanted to see personally. I finished the first season of that show recently and waiting for season 2 to air sometime in December.

Oh well, time to check out what I got.

So it began, The first time I was at LA Comic Con for the first day before it started. Which was in the afternoon, and on a friday. I didn’t exactly cover a lot because there wasn’t exactly a massive crowd, but was still plenty enough to see happen. I would have stayed longer to see Tenacious D play, but that was the last thing happening for the day. Over all like every year it’s been a good con, and so far this was just the first day.

Can’t want to see what the others look like.

This party came up again, and there was more people then last year, so I would call this a success. Starting of across from the Memorial Park Gold Line station, runners ran through the alleys and streets of old town while being pursued by clowns. A couple of wrong turns were made but over all still went well, and surprised a lot of civilians, leaving them laughing.

The one issue I has is I forgot to change a setting on my camera so I could get more high speed photos. I think it’s because it’s been awhile since I last actively took photos at an event that had people moving quickly. I really need to remember that for next year.

But never forget, to always run.

Alright, the rest of the photos are now online. It’s been a long week me.

And now, behold the rest of this adventure.

Another year another march of the undead in hollywood coming form the subway. It makes me sad seeing that everyone year the crowd is getting smaller. Is it because there isn’t enough promotion? or fewer people are able to make it? No matter the case, it’s still a lot of fun watching people run and scream in laughter as the zombies approach. I’m splitting the album in two, so here is part one.

The rest will be coming during the week, so hold on.

One day of convention, and like the other years it went well. Yet the day was kind of off. I got there late because of unexpected events that took place that never should have. So, lame. And while outside I saw a friend walking in and saw her crying. I came over to try to make her feel better but pushed me away. We talked about it later that day and everything was cool.

I feel disappointed in myself for what I feel is a lack of photos for such an event that I’ve covered plenty off before. Honestly I’ve been feeling kind of off for awhile, and I’m not entirely sure why. But despite that, I think the con went well, and I look forward to the next event Nerdbot Media does. Because they are really good.

Well, hopefully I can get out of this funk soon.