Wizard World Philly Comic Con 2012 Day 1

Ok so this year I went to my first comic con. It was AWESOME!!!  I had a really great time. I had no idea what to expect, so I went in with no expectations.  I made sure that I got to see a little bit of everything.

I started off with the Batman and Psychology Panel with Travis Langley and Anthony Michael Hall.  This was super interesting.  More interesting than I thought it was going to be.  I honestly only went to the panel to see Anthony Michael Hall, but was happily rewarded with a very well put together panel.


After this panel my mother got to meet Kai Owen from Torchwood, which made her day.  I was able to meet Dean Cain, James Hong, and Norman Reedus before heading to the Dean Cain Q&A.  Below is me with Norman Reedus (a super nice guy).




After the Dean Cain panel we did some shopping while we waited for the James Marsters Q&A.  This is what I had been waiting for.  He played my favorite character on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and I just adore him.  He is so super funny and really down to earth!


Also the cos-play was fantastic.  I met a super nice Dark Phoenix.


Check my Facebook page for photos from that day and check back tomorrow for more about Philly Comic Con 2012!

Keep it Reel!

About amalthea1181

Wife, working mother, food enthusiast, wine enthusiast, amateur chef.
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1 Response to Wizard World Philly Comic Con 2012 Day 1

  1. Glad you enjoyed the Batman panel. I hate that missing a few minutes at the start meant no questions at the end, but I’m still pleased with how that went. Hall’s a great guy. I’m glad we were able to mix his experiences together well with my information on the psychology of Batman. He and I had some nice chats later too. I hope anybody who thinks he played only a “small part” in The Dark Knight will consider the fact that it was essential for them to have a strong actor who could go from playing the straight-faced reporter to panicked hostage.

    Dean Cain = great guy too, I must add. He’s just as nice away from the crowds as he is around them.

    Even aside from all that, this was a great convention.

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