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Salt Lake Comic Con 2017 (late post)

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

I’ve been promising to post a blog about my time at comic con. Salt Lake Comic Con was September 21st-23rd, and I still haven’t done it! So, here it is!

I dressed up for each day of comic con in the sense that I purposefully chose my outfits, but I did not cosplay this year. This is a Snapchat pic that I sent my friend as I was leaving for the first day of the con. I’m wearing one of my favorite Doctor Who shirts, my Warp Star necklace, and the Tardis earrings I assembled only a week before. That pretty much sums up how I dressed each day.

The weather wasn’t very cooperative. It sprinkled on Day 1 and flat out rained Days 2 and 3!

These are some pictures of the best cosplayers I got pictures of.

Rapunzel (sp) and her evil, fake mom (If anyone knows her name, please tell me!) from Tangled

Ms. Frizzle from The Magic School Bus AKA one of the greatest shows ever! Her baby was dressed as Liz, but was napping when I caught up with her.

Marvin the Martian and...uh...the red thing (anyone know what it’s called?)

Green Arrow from the Arrow TV show Jeremy likes to watch

Jessica Rabbit. I love she brought Rodger with her!

One of my very favorites: Shrek!

I loved getting this picture simply because my friend LOVES Anastasia.

This one is my most favorite because it is Belle back when she was just a lover of books and not a princess. It’s not that she changed personalities when she became a princess. It just changed how other people saw her. I could go on and on about this, but you probably just want to see the picture.

I also had my picture taken with her.

There were so many fun things to see and do. They even had Chitty Chitty Bang Bang! Plus I got to pilot the Tardis as it was in the 60s and 70s.

My dad went with me on Friday and we had our picture taken by the Nightmare on 13th Haunted House’s display. I wish I had know he was going to make a scared face because I would have too. By the way, Mom bought those awesome shirts so we could match. :)

The highlight of the con (for me at least) was John Barrowman’s panel. He has come to Salt Lake Comic Con two other times, and I missed out on his panel which “everyone” talked about later. This year, I went to the panel before his (Catherine Tate) so I would definitely be in for John’s. I love Catherine Tate too. Anyway, I will NEVER miss one of his panels again! It was so much fun! My seat kinda sucked so I didn’t get any good pictures...so I ripped some from SLCC’s Instagram. The first pic is the one I took.

There is too much awesomeness in SLCC to distill it Into one blog, but I tried. I hope you all enjoyed it. Hugs for reading this far.
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    P.S. I love John in the 3rd one from the bottom. Wished I could rock my heels that way.. oh hell I wished I could wear heels again!! emoticon
    1126 days ago

    Since I took such a long break off of Sparks *2++ months* I didn't see this blog. It is so fun. I am glad you had fun and that your legs were able to do all of it this year!

    Looks like this one wasn't your funnest so far? Am I right?

    Love you totally and always, TAM

    1126 days ago
    Thank you for sharing! I have never been to a comic con, it looks like a lot of fun!
    1173 days ago
  • RONNIE150
    Thank you for sharing I had great time seeing the Comic Con from your pictures.
    1191 days ago
    It looks like you had a great time! So glad you were able to get some pictures up!
    1191 days ago
    Thanks for sharing. I have never been into comic con but I really appreciate all the enthusiasm and effort that goes into dressing for the event.

    Looks like fun! I'm glad you didn't miss the panel!!

    1192 days ago
  • GEORGE815
    Thanks for the post. There is a whole world out there.
    1192 days ago
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