I decided to sleep in this morning and did not even try to buy tickets. I get most of my Comic-Con enjoyment from going downtown and people-watching.
My earlier Comic-Con post makes me sound disgruntled. I’m not. Sure, I’d prefer that Comic-Con made it easier for me to buy tickets. But it’s not my business. I’m happy they’re here in San Diego, doing the work they do.
I’m hoping to get a Saturday ticket, but will be happy with any one day.
It’s unfair that people who bought last year get first crack at tickets. What about those of us who tried last year and failed? But it’s the concom’s bat, ball and backyard so they make the rules.
The comic made use of its medium in ways that couldn’t be reproduced in the movie.
We Stand on Guard: in 100 years, America seizes Canada for its water – Cory Doctorow, Boing Boing
Just how queer are Batman and Robin? [Rob Beschizza – Boing Boing]
Frank Lloyd Wright, Andrew Lloyd Weber, same thing.
Heck of a story.