I seriously do not know who enjoys these things more, me or my son. Being a boy mom has definitely been my calling in life. Well at least it allows me to live the childhood I wish I could have had. I really think I use my kids to be able to act like one and not look like a creeper. How did I become a comic book nerd? I mean I read a few when I was a kid but not like I do now. My overly-enthusiastic boy and being inundated with Marvel movies inspired me to read comic books. This is normally what Dads do but, like everything else, I go over the top.
That face right there says it all. The first thing we saw was the Optimus Prime vehicle. Pretty darn cool. I am not a huge transformers fan but this guy is. I can appreciate the draw but I feel like we have jumped the shark as far as the movies are concerned.
This R2D2 was by far my personal favorite of the day. I need one of these in my life.
I think this guy was my sons favorite.
We really could just wander around and just look at the csoplayers and be just fine with that. I managed to keep my spending down. I did pick up a few fun items.
We didn't get any autographs. The only person I remotely was interested in was Ray Park aka Darth Maul. I really enjoy looking at the artwork and finding obscure, lesser known graphic novels. This was Atlanta's first Comic Con. Bottom line...I would go again.
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