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Comic Con day 4

Best day yet...

I started the morning in the Spongebob Squarepants panel and was surprised to see Tom Kenny there. He answered some of the fan questions as Spongbob. And we got an advanced screening of a new episode. After that I headed over to the exhibit hall since the next panel I was interested in wasn't until 5pm.

Scored a free cover for my iPod touch from one of the booths. While I was wandering around I ran across Bill Plympton. He signed my copy of one of his books, drew me a little cartoon and did a characature (sp?) of me. He is a totally cool guy. After that I went back to the hotel and had a late lunch. I had wanted to go over for the Rifftrax autograph signing but the guys were posting pictures on Twitter of the huge crowd waiting so I figured I'd go back to my room and take a nap before heading back.

Last night was the Mythbusters panel and I knew I would need to get there early if I had any hope of getting in. I really wasn't holding my breath though after seeing some of the lines for the other popular panels. As I was walking through the hall at around 430, I happened to notice that the Rifftrax guys were still signing and there were only about 8 people left in line. I slipped into the line and made it up to the table within 15 minutes. So I got to meet Mike Nelson, Bill Corbett, and Kevin Murphy. They all signed my Rifftrax Twilight poster.

Then I went over the the line for the room where Mythbusters would be. The line was long and I almost walked away but changed my mind and decided to stick around for a bit. Lucky I did since I got in less than a half hour later. So I got to see all five Mythbusters though I was all the way in the back of a 2000 seat venue so I watched on the screen.

Today is the last day. No panels but I plan on hitting some of the comics publishers booths that I have missed and I'm meeting occipitallobe this afternoon to hang out for a bit.



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