I didn't have much planned for this day.
In the morning, I shared one of those bicycle cabs with Shigeto Koyama,
an illustrator/designer who I've known for a while.
He was in a rush to get to the convention center to meet up with Dai Sato and others.
They worked on a few projects together, I think.
The bicycle cab ride was pretty fun.
When I got to the convention center, I went in the exhibit hall for the first time this year.
And then I left after 10 minutes...
It was crazy.
I only went in long enough to pick up my complimentary tickets
to the Tekken Blood Vengeance screening from Bandai Ent.
Then I went to go see Yen Press, since I missed them the night before.
On the way, I managed to pick up a Phineas & Herb knapsack.
I didn't get the one I wanted, so I spent the whole day finding someone to trade with.
I wanted to see T from Yen Press because I had some goodies for her.
Well, it was just to market the Hakuoki game to her, since I knew she would like it.
(She emailed me a few weeks later that she bought a PSP just to prepare herself for Hakuoki...haha!)
I then went to hang out with my friend F.
We got to catch up, which was nice.
Then I went to the Namco Bandai panel to see Dai Sato, since I told him I would go.
When I got to the room...the line was huuuuuge!!
So once again, I had to use my connections to get in.
Some pictures I took while we waited for the panel to start:
And then the panel.
And that was it for me for Comic-Con 2011.
I spent most of the time in the panel rooms and networking.
But I had a lot of fun!!
See you next year, Comic-Con!