It's only day 2 and I'm exhausted. I don't think I'll survive this weekend...Eep.
I went to the Batman: The Brave and the Bold panel. They gave us a cute sticker as we walked in.
I didn't know most of the panelists there.
I stayed in the same panel room to attend Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe.
They showed the trailer (which was very ouchie) and announced four characters. I didn't take notes, but Joker was one of them.
They gave us posters for attending the panel.
The game looks cool. I would want to watch my guy friends play this.
After the panel I met up with my Company BEI editor. He gave me a sample of the Code Geass Lelouch manga #1.
It's coming out...in August? I'm not sure. Please check it out.
He also gave me a sneak peek at the TokiKake manga, which I will be working on in August. It's a really cute manga. Hopefully I'll talk about it more when I start working on it.
I then went to Company B's panel where I met up with a few friends I haven't seen for a while, and also Ed and Gia. (Well, I only said a brief "hi" to Gia...she looked busy punching text in her tiny gadget).
Sorry, I forgot to take pictures.
Later I went to a Resources for Creators panel with MangaCast contributor BrianP. The financial and legal advice panel I went to last year wasn't present, so I figured this was the next best thing. It was pretty good. It's just too bad that there was too much information to cover in one hour. I hope she comes back next year.
A bunch of artists were there, sketching away while they waited for the panel to begin.
I was so tired after that I went back to the hotel and slept for a bit before going to dinner.
Tomorrow I don't have much planned, so I'll stay home and work on Ghost Hunt #10. (I hope I don't get distracted by the tennis action on ESPN).
Oh, this is my tennis bag-turned-otaku bag. There is a hole at the top where the racquet grip comes out, but sadly I used it to carry the MK vs DC poster.
It was really, really embarrassing to walk around in it.