True confessions: I am not a Christmas person. Nope, Halloween is my holiday! It’s not that I don’t enjoy ‘the most wonderful time of the year’, there are genuinely some aspects of the holiday season that I love: homemade butter cookies we make with my Great Grandma’s antique cookie press, hot chocolate in front of a fire, decorating a big bushy pine tree, hanging out with my siblings… Making my dog wear adorable sweaters! (Cute dog+cute sweater is like my kryptonite!) But when they start putting Christmas items in stores before October has even begun and airing commercials for Christmas sales it kinda makes me wish I was a necromancer or mad evil scientist so I could unleash the zombie apocalypse the day after Thanksgiving on all the insane ‘Black Friday’ shoppers. I despise how commercial Christmas is, and hordes of holiday shoppers are practically zombies already… Yes, I know, it’s practically Grinchy! (Maybe if I put Santa hats on all the zombies?) If it was left up to me, I’d totally skip the nightmare of holiday shopping and I’d stay home enjoying a big cup of tequila spiked hot cocoa (add a pinch of cayenne for an adult version of Mexican hot chocolate!) and binge watch every Christmas horror movie ever made, starting with that perennial favorite, “Silent Night, Deadly Night.”
Fangirls, I’ve been battling con crud and trying to figure out the best part of NYCC to talk with you about, but I had a really difficult time figuring it out. But it hit me the other day; the best part of New York Comic Con is you.
I didn’t take nearly enough pictures, but here are the few that I did! Be aware, there are quite a few selfies.
Fangirls, I already told you how excited I am for New York Comic Con (which starts TOMORROW)! But the one thing I’m most excited for, is cosplay.
Catwoman’s Future’s End comic comes out this Wednesday, so we’re going to play some serious catch up today.
Hey Fangirls! Last time we left off with Harley, she had just finished her missions with SyBorg and found Ivy in her apartment. Ivy said she had pinpointed the person who put the hit on Harley, and this one picks up right there.
Yep, I stole Kyle’s title a little bit. Oops. Fangirls, Connecticon is so great. I had so much fun, met so many awesome people, and already can’t wait for next year. It was great to see old faces & familiar vendors & events, and get involved with a great handful of new people & things as well. Connecticon 2013 was my first con, and it was great to have 2014’s Connecticon still bring along some new experiences too.