What this has taught me is that if you attend a concert on the Tuesday prior to SDCC you are going to be a basket case during the show. Now don’t get me wrong, I don’t regret attending the 2Cellos concert in San Diego. They are amazing musicians and have enjoyed both times I have been able to see them perform. But the timing could have been better that’s for sure. Half way through their concert I could already tell I was going to have little or no voice for SDCC which is not the best way to do a show that you talk to loads of people. Whether they are at a booth, on a panel, just walking around or running into friends. There are large blocks of time I know I wandered the floor, but I should probably have been in zombie cosplay as I was definitely wandering around like one of the Walking Dead.
That being said, there were still moments that I did manage to capture (the low number of photos is another sign of how much of a zombie I was on Thursday). I did manage to catch the Monsters, Mutants and Mysteries Panel, but that will be a separate story with it’s own photos.
I do recall various conversations and people I ran into, but whether they were on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday is something I just can’t recall. It seems more of the day was spent people watching. Attempting to stay cool and forgetting that attached to my hand was a camera that was supposed to be being aimed at the people I was watching. Funny how a zombie brain can do that to you even though you know you have that camera there.
Since so much of the day is a blur, let’s just jump straight to the images.