I love it when Comic-Con is in town. Downtown San Diego transforms into a funland that looks like aliens, characters and creatures of all ages from every imaginable galaxy has landed. The air is buzzing with creative energy and a happy excitement that feels like the first time I visited Disneyland when I was a child.
Even without Comic-Con badges, there are many exhibits outside the convention center.
Admiring the cosplayers. I applaud the work and effort to create their magnificent costumes.
There were various Star Wars exhibits and seeing a live working R2-D2 was nostalgic. I still remember watching Star Wars at a theatre (how quickly time flies) and being mesmerized by the characters, especially Princess Leia and R2-D2.
I spoke to a lady who waited 14 hours for the Star Wars: The Force Awakens panel and went to the surprise concert for the fans and said it was one of the most moving experiences of her life and many people in the crowd cried. I can understand why.
Natalie Dormer and Evan Ross signing posters at the Hunger Games: Mocking Jay Part 2 booth. I love her work in the Tudors and Game of Thrones.
Frighteningly fun...One of my favorite shows...The Walking Dead exhibit where I walked through a room of zombies.
I missed my calling as an actress...ha ha!
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice....I was disappointed that Christian Bale would not be reprising his role as Batman, but after seeing the trailer and the costumes, I want to see the movie.
More fabulous cosplays
Exploring an abandoned church at the Walking Dead offsite at the Hilton Gaslamp. I cannot wait until the season premiere
The red beret from the show Colony were given out by military clad "Redhats". There were also free Uber rides in Colony branded military cars and SUVs. Brilliant advertising!
There were rumors that Comic-Con could move to another city because the event is outgrowing San Diego's convention center. That would have been heartbreaking and I am thrilled that Comic-Con is staying till 2018.
I cannot wait till next year!