I only attended two panels, the Summer Glau and Adam Baldwin panels. The Browncoat in me required it. They were fun panels. Summer is obviously a sweet girl and was adorable on stage. Adam is an old veteran who knows how to connect to the crowd.
I spent the rest of the day checking out booths I had not gotten to previously and catching up with old WotC colleagues I had not seen in a while. Towards the end of the day I ended up helping out at the booth my wife was vending at. This led to my awesome moment of the day.
One of the items my wife makes is a bracelet with a heat sensitive stone like an old mood ring at the center. A little girl about 4 or 5 years old was with her parents at the table and I encouraged her to touch the stone. As the stone turned color I could see the gears in her head start working. She was trying to figure out how I was making the color change. She keep looking at her had expecting ink. And she was not going to take this nonsense I was telling her about science and body heat. Somehow I was making the green stone turn blue and she was going to work it out.
And before I give you the tally of today’s cosplay I want to share a revelation I had. My identifying and recording the various costumes I saw was basically the fannish equivalent of trainspotting.
And with that thought firmly in place here are the results for Sunday.
· Superman: 7 finally knocking Doctor Who out of the top spot.
· Doctor Who: 6
· Captain America: 4
· The TARDIS: 3
· Supergirl: 3
· Spider-man: 3
· Riddler: 3
· Power Girl: 2
· Green Lantern: 2
· Robin: 2
· Harley Quinn: 2
· Joker: 2
· Poison Ivy: 2
· Wonder Woman: 2
Tomorrow I will do the final review of the convention, after I get a good night's sleep.