So hard to write right now because a certain Mr. Brodykins wants to play.
Today I went to Toronto Comicon. Naturally, I stayed out far too late last night (but it was worth it), and then lots of little things went wrong this morning, so I was very nearly late for the 9am media photo call, but I managed to squeak in just in time. Thank goodness!
Tim and I had an amazing time, chatting with guests, other media, and of course the most excellent folks at Touchwood PR, who set us up with so many incredible press opportunities. This morning was no exception. Watch the Mind Reels page for the video footage, and check out our goofy selfies with everyone! So much fun – everyone was in a great mood and came to play. It was the perfect start to the day!
Once the con officially opened, we headed to the show floor and wandered around to check things out. I saw so many things I wanted to buy! I had to keep reminding myself that I don’t actually have any money.
A couple of t-shirts caught my eye, as did several Star Wars toys – original trilogy and Force Awakens. Probably the greatest things, though, were these Star Wars 3D holograms. I’ve never seen anything like them! You can walk around them and see pretty much the whole thing, as it appears to poke out of the picture. The one being released in a few weeks features R2-D2 projecting a hologram of Princess Leia. A hologram within a hologram! Does it GET any better?!
The hits and highlights kept coming as we took in the Killjoys panel, then got the opportunity to speak with the cast ourselves after. We’d been able to interview Aaron last year, but getting to talk with him, Hannah and Luke together was a real treat. They all have such genuine and kind personalities, and a great sense of humour. They play off one another really well, making them an incredibly fun trio to chat with!
Or with whom to chat.
Up next was the Dark Matter panel. Given that we’d shared a bowling lane with half the crew a couple of weeks ago, I was eager to see them all together again! It’s ridiculous how pretty that cast is, and the comrade tie between them is obvious, and a ton of fun to watch. I’d gotten there early enough to snag an autograph ticket, so I jumped at the opportunity to say hello to the cast members I know, and to introduce myself to the ones I hadn’t met yet.
Plus, I’m just not sure I could possibly adore those people more. They make me happy.
I headed home after that, because I was determined to walk Brody in daylight. It’s been awhile since I’ve been home while the sun is still up. I stopped at McDonald’s, though, because I was hungry and it’s been a long time since Brody and I shared the most delicious fries in the world. Sometimes I just need to hang out with the fur kids and bond for awhile. It soothes my soul.
As does the McD’s maple blueberry pie that’s available right now. Good grief! So good!
Now I’m watching some stuff off my PVR (Survivor and Elementary, so far) and planning to go to bed early. Tomorrow at the con is a later start, but I am exhausted as heck these days.
Time to put my feet up and relax. More tomorrow!w