- Posted July 22, 2012 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
San Diego Comic-Con 2012
Being an Exhibitor at Comic Con 2012
Working a convention is grueling there is set-up, tear-down, and the long hours, especially at Comic Con where you see all the amazing booths and panels but you are working a booth of your own. It is hard to get time to walk around. Working Comic Con is a physically intense experience. Every part of your body hurts; and it’s hard to get time to eat. We talk to so many people that we often lose our voices by the end of the show. But in the end it is all worth it.
It is also exciting and glamorous. Some of the people we were able to meet were Lou Ferrigno, Christopher Paolini, Sean Astin, and Doug Jones. We are able to connect with our friends in the neighboring booths like Anime Hot, Mile High Comics, Doug TenNapel and so many others. We have worked conventions with them for years and we love them all.
We had our panel on Sunday and we talked about How to Create your own novel from the first idea to publishing. We were so excited when we walked in and to our amazement the entire room was filled. All in all, Comic Con was thrilling, exciting, and amazing as always. We are looking forward to next year.