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Around Comic-Con 2012

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    EDDIE'S TRIP TO COMIC-CON: Please sit back and enjoy my slide show of Comic-Con 2012...next slide please...
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    A representative from America and the Princess of wherever share a cordial moment.
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    C'mon guys right on the convention floor?
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    I have to say off the bat, this is probably the most photographed event I've ever attended. Evidence by this pic.
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    I tried to get my picture with Community's Joel McHale, but it seemed he had a type when it came to photo ops. I shoulda wore my Wondr Woman brazier.
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    This jolly fella is the writer of A Tale of Fire and Ice. Those are the books the HBO show Game of Thrones is based on. Awesome show.
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    Um...the picture says it all. Moving on...
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    This hairy guy wore no pants and no shirt and somehow it was OK for him, but not me.
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    One of my favorite creators - Matt Groening. This guy's mind dreamed up The Simpsons.
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    This guy needs no introduction. Gene Simmions. I had no idea why he was at the Archie Comics booth.
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    Ooooh, that's why.
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    This was a plastic dummy in the likeness of Nick Cage. I know. I couldn't tell the difference either.
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    Trinkets.
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    More trinkets.
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    Michael Biehn. Best known for his roles in Alien and The Terminator.
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    Orlando Jones. Best known as the 7-Up guy.
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    Peter Griffin and Brian.
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    Awesome scary guys.
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    Patton Oswald. This guy has a great bit on KFC bowls. If you haven't heard the bit, do yourself a favor, search for it on YouTube.
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    Eddie and Bartman. My favorite superhero.
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    Man! Oscar is grouchy and now he's taking on the system.
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    The platform where the gamer TV channel G4 was broadcasting live. I asked if JACK-FM could broadcast up there. They said no. Next time I'll ask more nicely.
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    I was sold as a toy to a youngster at the show. The kid later asked for his money back.
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    I think someone from Game of Thrones behead this poor Avatar.
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    G4 host sizing up some guests for the broadcast.
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    G4 watchers of Playboy fans will recognize this G4 TV host, Sara Underwood.
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    Troublemakers all!
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    I wondered what happened to Bud Bundy.
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    Some guy from Adult Swim on the cartoon network. I have no idea what his name is.
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    Here's a couple of kids who got off the couch to go to Comic-Con so they can get on a couch to play video games.
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    The other two dimensions of South Park.
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    Outside the convention center.
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    Weird stuff was going on everywhere.
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    Yep. This guy was there.
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    The winter is coming. If you know the show you'll get this. If not, don't worry, it wasn't a very witty comment.
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    The two headed cop, ahh a classic! (Anyone ever actually heard of this comic?)
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    I have no idea if that was a him or a her.
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    A geek in his natural habitat.
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    Stacks of comicbooks were all over. Kids...read, it's important, or so I'm told.
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    A cool trinket,a repilica of the iron throne. This could be yours for a paltry $300.
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    They fed it after midnight. Some people never learn.
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    This is for us old-schoolers!
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    Try sleeping with these in the house.
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    Something for the kids.
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    This bug sapped the better part of my brain or what was left of it.
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    Mars Attacks! Who says special effects should cost more than a few bucks.
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    Thunder Cats!
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    Lavar Burton from Reading Rainbow...and Star Trek. Kevin Sorbo is in the background.
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    What Batman worry?
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    Matt Groening again.
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    Lifesize Lego versions of Lord of Rings characters. I am not geeky enough to know their names.
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    There wasn't enough advertising inside.
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    That damned dirty ape.
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    Who is scarring who?
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    The sea of humanity was so great, so was the BO.
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    This guy cast spells on people. That's all I got.
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    They look scary , but they didn't hurt anyone. Although they did eat some children, but it probably wasn't painful.
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    Hasselhoff ran passed me he was probably running toward his car Kit (pictured here).
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    The piggy looking guy from The Twilight Zone. This bobblehead reminds me of when I first saw this episode. I got the shivers.
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    T2. Where's Arnold when you need him.
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    Giant posters.
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    I swear the cast of The Big Bang Theory is behind this crowd signing autographs.
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    I enjoyed this mural. Yes I did. Yes, I did.
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    The Incredible Hulk, Lou Ferigno. No, his experience wasn't that sad, he was just setting up when I took this picture.
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    Comics.
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    A Power Ranger.
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    The Incredible Hulk.
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    Security was ridiculously tight.
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    I always thought these characters were life sized.
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    My early 1900 serious photo.
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    These adorable characters later crashed into a group of children and slaughtered them all with their cart. Aren't they cute?
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    Cartoon characters in 3D.
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    I hope this guy's labor dispute is never settled.
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    A holy battle was being waged outside. That sobered me up quickly.
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    Yep that's me infront of The Simpsons posters.