We all know how I arrived and started my adventure, so I'll continue from that point.
After getting my badges, eating a ridiculously overpriced breakfast, and getting back into the convention center, I opted to go in wearing plain clothes first, to get a better idea of where my friends' booths were hiding and to meet up with people I haven't seen since last Comic Con. The Troma booth was moved on me, which I wasn't too thrilled about, but I soon found it hiding near G4's giant platform.
After talking with some friends in the Troma booth for a bit, I made my way upstairs to say hello to Judah Friedlander.
It was during this time that Jim Norton came forth, camera crew in tow, to film a skit with Judah for his Tonight Show appearance. We said brief hellos, awkwardly shook hands, and soon I was off to wander the show floor with Chris.
My phone was beginning to lose power after a short while, as well as my energy levels being depleted, so I went back to my hotel room to recharge both my phone and myself.
After a short nap, I changed out of my regular t-shirt and jeans into my Black Widow costume...
The timing of my re-entry was perfect. I had walked into the center at the same moment that Jim Norton was entering as well, only he'd changed his outfit also. This time, he was in a dashing leopard print dress and brown wig. I said something to him along the lines of "Hey, girl..." and was whisked about three feet away to film a quick comedy bit with him for The Tonight Show.
I went on my "Merrie" way into the convention, took photos with tons of people, met a few of my Twitter followers, did a quick streaming web interview for Niconico.com, hung out with my writer friend, Jonathan L. Davis, and headed back to my hotel because my feet were beginning to plot their revenge for forcing them into heels for too long.
Because I'm apparently getting old, I didn't go back out at all that night, other than to find dinner. But, I'm blaming my friends who didn't get back to me about meeting up, because they actually fell asleep. Jerks.
The next day, the friend I was staying with was losing our fancy hotel room and we had to check out. We loaded most of our stuff into the getaway car and went back into the convention where I met up again with Jim Norton to record a quick interview, which has yet to be picked apart and made fun of on The Opie & Anthony Show.
I wandered the con some more, bought some t-shirts, and since my phone was quickly dying again I opted to hang out at the Troma booth for a bit, for the sake of nostalgia and to let my phone recharge.
Here I am being a badass with Lloyd Kaufman, Tim Dax, and Facebook friend Carlos Jiminez!
Here's even more of us at the Troma booth being badasses! Rawr!
And thus concludes my 2011 Comic Con experience...at least until the Nerd Flu kicks in.