So, today was pretty fucking magical. I wandered into the best Batman panel I have ever even heard of because I missed ‘Batman in the 70’s’ because we were out watching Night Vale, and my husband wanted to see the World of Warcraft panel and Dennis O’Neil was supposed to be in the next panel, too. I didn’t even LOOK at what it was. Frank Miller, Grant Morrison, Jim Lee, Neal Adams. When they started coming out on the stage, one after another, I was absolutely floored.
I don’t know, I guess it’s better to be lucky than smart, after all.
after that, we decided to try for the Hannibal panel, even though it would be ridiculous to try and get into Ballroom 20 right as the panel was starting- but earlier at Night Vale there were whispers that there was strange magic going on, that people had been walking right into Ballroom 20 all day even though everybody knows that’s impossible (Night Vale was amazing, by the way-
The girl in front of me mentioned how Misha had run right past her last year- and I perked up like ‘what-Misha-what?’ and it turned out I was in a little crowd of Supernatural fans who were doing GISHWHES so I was in with excellent people, and all the questions were great, and they were so goddamn sincere and fabulous. That I now know Cecil loved Sir Ian Mckellen and Dylan liked Ricky on ‘My So Called Life’ and Anjelica Huston from ‘The Witches’ is just icing on the cake. Also Meg Bashwiner complemented my t-shirt).
So (anyway) we gave it a shot. And the whispers were right. We walked right in. Hannibal panel!!!!!
the person who came up to the mic in the doctor chilton mask was my favorite.
Thanks tumblr (and comic con, I guess) for the combination of your shitty phone app and the totally crappy internet in the panels making my usually nice phone completely lock up and end up reposting the same 2 posts like 10 times each. Awesome. I hope your app dies in a fire.
Will Graham and Margo both getting a scar on their stomach in the same spot was deliberate- both characters were marked by their oppressors
Omg on Hannibal in the writers room the code for the woman stuffed into the horse was ’ the turduken’