Can you believe another year has flown by? It seems like only yesterday that Mini Militant and I were at the Philadelphia Comic Con 2010.
This year, Mini Militant stayed home and I ventured off with my friend Sunny. That streamlined much of the process - especially the beer-drinking part. Here were some highlights:
John Schneider, a.k.a. Bo Duke and Superman's Dad, was in attendance. He was an incredibly nice guy - down to earth, warm, friendly and every bit the Good Ol' Boy you'd hope he'd be.
Whoever said geeks weren't sexy was a lunatic. Philly Comic Con was a melting pot of amazing female figures dressed as all the most outrageous comic-book character you could think of. These two lovely ladies are fine examples (and show that going to con in costume is an awesome idea, as you're often asked to be included in pictures because of your outfit.)
"There needs to be fan-fiction written about you and I," she said, as she thrust her thigh into my palm. Not that I was complaining. Hands down one of the most magnificent people at the con.
Cookie Monster is out of rehab and has been living cookie-free for three months now. He posed for this picture so I could show Mini Militant (who worships Cookie) that Sesame Street's Charlie Sheen was going straight.