I’m not very good at commitment (which seems counter intuitive when you discover I’ve been dating the same guy for 10 years). I don’t like to make any sort of plan if it involves something more than a few days in the future. Ideally, I would make all of my plans right as they were happening, before I even realize I’ve put on my shoes.
It is with this type of life planning in mind that I hopped in my car Saturday night to drive 30 minutes away to buy a Sunday pass for New York Comic Con from a complete stranger at a Starbucks in Connecticut (for the record, he was incredibly nice and not a murderer, as people from Craigslist sometimes are).
I went to NYCC for the first time in 2012 and had a blast despite being stood up by the friend who was supposed to accompany me. It was my first con since high school; I hadn’t realized how much I missed them. In 2013, I wanted to go again, but was turned off by my lack people to attend with, plus the aforementioned desire to never make any plans ever. I kind of regretted not going, which I think is what ultimately spurred on my last minute decision this time around to scour the internet for people selling their tickets.
Plus, there was a Sleepy Hollow panel on Sunday and I did not want to miss it.
WELCOME TO NEW YORK COMIC CON. WE HOPE YOU ENJOY YOUR STAY…
reminds me a lot of this
also this video.