Emily
Emily

About the author : Project manager by day, crazy cat lady by night. Emily's first love is J.R.R. Tolkien. She's also into Walking Dead, video games, Doctor Who, and anime. When she isn't knee-deep in her latest fandom, she's usually sleeping.

SDCC: Random Recap

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I only spent a few hours at SDCC (I never plan it out in advance!) so I don’t have a lot more to share besides the amazing Mr Robot VR Experience and the Man in the High Castle museum. However, there are a few other moments that I think are worth sharing.

Giant Powerpuff Girls

I didn’t get a photo of these myself, but here’s a video of the giant inflated Powerpuff Girls across the street from the convention center.

It wasn’t clear what they were advertising (expect, you know, the Powerpuff Girls), but it was a cool addition to the scene.

KFC?

For some reason there were random KFC-related items here and there. The most terrifying of them was this Colonel Sanders bench. I don’t know why you would want to sit on his lap, much less his freakishly elongated lap.

I don't know who these people are. I honestly just wanted a picture but I didn't want to wait.
I don’t know who these people are. I honestly just wanted a picture but I didn’t want to wait.

Gotham Luncheon

I saw this sign while we were waiting in line for the Mr Robot Experience and it amused me far more than it should have. I just love the idea of random people who completely ignored multiple updates still showing up at the wrong place.

Tell it like it is.
Tell it like it is.

Gravity Falls

Every time I saw a red fez, I immediately thought, “Grunkle Stan?!” I was never sure if any of them were, though. (Pretty sure none were the 11th Doctor, btw.) I did, however, see Dipper and Mabel.

You would think she would be happier wearing that shirt.
You would think she would be happier wearing that shirt.

The Unexpected is the Best

Some guy was driving around downtown in a DeLorean. With the door open. And a hover board next to him. And a multi-colored had on his head. And he was blasting “The Power of Love.” This is why Comic-Con is the best thing to happen in San Diego.

I wonder if this guy is just a local citizen or what.
I wonder if this guy is just a local citizen or what.

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