Dallas Comic Con Fan Days

Another Dallas Comic Con Fan Days event has come and gone.  Regretfully, with Amelia, I was unable to attend.  Though I stalked the Twitter and Instagram hashtag (#DallasComicCon) in order to bring you an update and to live vicariously through those who were able to attend!  

As always, the Cosplay was fun, exciting, and well done:
Beaker and the Swedish Chef

Captain America, Agent Carter, and the Winter Soldier

There were some amazing mashup Cosplays as well:
Jedi Olaf
Lego Daryl (photo credit @ImaginaryFXcom)

Though the Cosplay was well done, it appears as if the lines and the crowds were a bit too much for the venue.  This continues to be an issue for the Fan Days event, and I will admit that seeing the photos makes me feel better that I wasn't able to attend. Can you imagine fighting this crowd or how early you would have to get into lines!

Larger photo of the Stephen Amell Q&A panel lines

These are the lines Fan Days convention goers had to deal with:

Larger photo from @wynnhsb

Christopher Cauble seems to sum up what many convention goers believed of Fan Days:

Though the crowds were very large, many people truly enjoyed the weekend.  Hopefully, Dallas Comic Con will be able to move Fan Days to a larger venue as the event continues to become more and more popular with people both in and out of Dallas!

Check back in Friday for A2-D2's High 5!  Until then, stay exceptionally chic and exquisitely geek!

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