[Groop] Volunteering at San Diego Comic-Con
dgabbard at hotmail.com
Fri Mar 23 13:13:46 PDT 2007
Ouch! Err. Attending without being crushed by the massive crowds. That is a
true test of genius...
P.S. - if you have figured that out, could you share how to do it with me?
>From: Chris Schechner <cschechner at sbcglobal.net>
>To: "groop-groo.com" <groop at groo.com>
>Subject: Re: [Groop] Volunteering at San Diego Comic-Con
>Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2007 15:04:58 -0600
>And just where does the ³intellectual² part come in?!?
>on 3/23/07 1:59 PM, Dana Gabbard at dgabbard at hotmail.com wrote:
> > Just so Myron is prepared for what he will encounter--the Con has
> > everything. Whatever your interest in terms of entertainment and
> > is represented somewhere at the Con. While its origins were as a comic
> > convention, it also from conception has been dedicated to celebrating
> > the popular arts and being close to Hollywood just made it even more so.
> > Science Fiction. Fantasy. Animation. Anima. Manga. Furries. Gaming.
> > Anachronism. Old Time Radio. Classic TV. And much much more. And comics.
> > Fabulous panels. A film festival. A huge vendor floor with comic book
> > dealers, small and large publishers, entertainment company displays, toy
> > companies, etc. It is an intellectual feast--a smorgasbord! Exhausting
> > exhilarating. All this and a panel on Groo. Plus since Sergio is a
> > guest this year he'll likely have a spotlight (probably hosted by Mark).
> > all those fabulous panels Mark dopes. And much much more. And over the 4
> > days something like 120,000 attendees. Or more. And it all starts in
> > months from yesterday...
> > Dana Gabbard
> > Groo Fan since Groo #1 (Pacific)
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