It was a bright day in Hartford, when out of nowhere things happened and then more things happened and it went really wrong really fast. Events did not slow down throughout the morning.
www.facebook.com …why you no worky! This computer is broken.
Hartford, CT is cool for two awesome reasons. One: Hartford Comic Con, and Two: Christina Tplisano was born here up the street near 33 years ago!
I have been drawing people’s faces… Scott H
They fill me with the terror. The terror…
Rod Varney was here, what else is there to say or know. Kevin thinks he’s all cool because he knows Leia’s name, but he’s not at all. …also, water is $5.
Despite all belief, it was the last day of the convention, and their lives. Girls flanked everywhere you looked; it was magic upon miracle in this community.
I’m in my uniform, trying to recruit people for the CT ARNG. So far, not much success with this. THere are numerous interesting booths here. Now I have finished my bit here on the typewriter and leave it to the next person to enjoy.
I’m so damn enthused. This is what happens now that MTV plays nothing but crap!
Rebel legion in the house. Leia representing. All you Imperials can go die!
Hartford CT’s premier comic con celebrates 2nd year
In its 2nd year, Hartford Comic Con announces celebrity lineup.
HARTFORD, CT, August 13, 2015 – After a successful debut in 2014, organizers of Hartford Comic Con are excited to announce a return to Hartford on September 19th and 20th at the XL Center.
With a well-balanced mix of celebrity guests and professionals from the comic book industry, attendees can expect a packed weekend of autograph signings, photo opportunities, panels, gaming, and of course cosplay. Among the celebrity guests are B.J. Britt, Christy Romano, Ernie Hudson, Joey Lauren Adams, Kelly Hu, Michael Jai White, Nicki Clyne, Trina, Nishimura, Samantha Newark, Robert Axelrod, and Taimak.
Featured artists in attendance will include, yet not limited to Andy Price, Ben Templesmith, Craig Rousseu, Dave Dorman, Ed McGuinness, Stephane Roux, Mike Lilly, and Paul Ryan.
Tickets for the two-day show are currently on sale through the event’s website at www.hartfordcomiccon.com. Tickets are: Saturday $27, Sunday $25, or $42 for both days. Children under the age of six receive free admission. VIP Packages are also available ranging from $125 to $195.
The XL Center is located at One Civic Center Plaza, Hartford CT 06120