SPX is done and over with. It was awesome.
Got to meet a lot of far away friends and meet lots of cool people. The only real downside is that I was a bit strapped for cash and couldn't buy everything I laid my eyes on. I also missed Bryan Lee O'Malleys panel due to table duties (baww, etc).
But it was fun. Got an autographed vol 5 of Scott Pilgrim, not for any other reason than not having it and slaying two birds with one stone. I really just wanted to meet the guy and tell him that I looked forward to what he's about to do next (whatever it is). I really should have come up to the table with Lost At Sea or something... But what can you do.
Godspeed you crafty Canadian!
I also got an autographed copy of "De Äventyrslystna Karlakarlarna 5" (The Adventureprone Manlymen) by Johan Wanloo. It's awesome. Wanloo is awesome. He also has a webcomic named "Rock Manlyfist: Master Of Space Karate!", which you really should be reading.
I also ate the most glorious chinese buffet in my life so far. It had actual shrimp in the fried shrimp and they had icecream as well! Bliss.
Random update of things:
Aoi No Excorcist is pretty good. Kind of like FMA meets Soul Eater. But good.
Hanasaku Iroha is probably even better. Great writing! Nice production values and the country hotsprings inn setting is very colorful.
The Fringe season finale had a massive "brain full of fuck" effect. I have no idea where they will go with this but its most definitely interesting. But if I have to ask one question its: when will they bring up the thread from season 2 with the woman who matched the pattern cases to events from the book of revelation?! We know "why" now but there is plotstuff there. Just as with the exact nature of the Observers.
There's a lot more to the Fringe universe to be found out here.
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