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Edited by CaptainMarvel4Ever

How does that guy with my screen name keep getting his comments chosen?

(Seriously though, thanks again Mr. Guerrero) :)

Posted by G_leno

Here in Britain, there's only really the L.S.C.C. that is of any real size, I wish there were more! I'd cosplay every month if there was somewhere to do it!

How about a 2 minute talk about why villains keep coming back for more punishment? I mean, if I got battered by Spiderman for robbing a bank, I'd think long and hard about trying it again! yet lots of villains keep on trying!

Posted by inferiorego

Sweet Grandpa moves....

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Edited by Mucklefluga

@g_leno: There's Thought Bubble up in Leeds. Lots of big name creators seem to go there, too bad it's way too far for me to get there :(

Posted by Artyom

That jacket is all wrong. Same for the mask...RH doesn't have lines on his helmet

Edited by G_leno

@g_leno: There's Thought Bubble up in Leeds. Lots of big name creators seem to go there, too bad it's way too far for me to get there :(

Yeah, its quite a way for me too down here on the south coast.

Posted by Skyhawk1

Dragon*Con in Atlanta is steadily growing. There's a huge cosplayer crowd, and the vendors often have great goodies. Comic, TV and Media personalities autographs and panels are not too bad to get to. However, LOTR, WoW, and Mythbusters lines are insane.

Posted by G-Man

@skyhawk1: I almost went last year. I went to PAX in Seattle instead because a publisher flew me out.

Posted by LyraFay

At least with the San-Diego, sites put what happens there anyway. So you can be an armchair attendee without actually stepping in the convention hall.

Hey @g_man can you talk about female characters and their importance in comic book history. I feel that needs dialogue as of now.