ComicMix Six: Six Groups of People to Kick Out of San Diego Comic-Con

Luana Haygen

Luana is an animated movie and superhero enthusiast with an eye for detail. She has been drawing and creating fashions since she was a child. She has been routinely helping here at ComicMix since 2009.

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  1. mike weber says:

    JESUS FREAKS: Okay, these guys weren’t in the convention exactly — but I could really do without people telling me how much I’m going to hell for my choice in media. Furthermore, this inspires legions of fanboys to trot out the same tired comebacks about how much they worship Satan or some such. No you don’t, Hell doesn’t have a basement you could live in.There's a story that at a Nashville SF convention, many years ago – Xanadu, i think, but maybe Kubla Kon – at which the hotel had also booked a contract bridge tournament for the same weekend, one of the teenaged members of the con found him/herself on an elevator with several Little Old Ladies, obviously from the bridge group.Said one of the LOLs: "You're not with that weird bunch, are you?"Allegedly the immediate response was "No, ma'am I've never played bridge in my life."

  2. mike weber says:

    This is really scary:The bride wore dart launchers at Comic-Con wedding SAN DIEGO (Reuters) – The bride and groom grasped one another's dart launcher-clad wrists and stared into each other's starry eyes.Fifty armor-clad guests, including several "Jedis" and a white caped "Elvis" in a rhinestone-studded ammo belt, stood reverently at attention. A couple of superheroes showed up late.What better place to hold a "Star Wars" themed wedding than a green patch of grass just outside the famed Comic-Con convention where thousands of fans have congregated this week to revel in all manner of superhero and sci-fi lore?Friday's wedding ceremony, based on the language, costume and lore of a fictional Mandalorian race in the "Star Wars" movies, was the brain child of Tenille Kuhlman, 30, and Thomas Kuhlman, 39, avid fans who decided that the convention was a perfect place to gather far-flung members of their close-knit "Star Wars" fan club to celebrate their special day.There's more at… – if you're feeling morbid enough to read it.

  3. Andrew Pepoy says:

    You forgot about Jesus Freaks who come to panels, say they don't read your work, and then ask questions as to if the panelists have been saved. Yes, this happened to me at a panel I was on.

  4. Rick Parker says:

    Sounds like a whole lot of fun. I'd like to attend the comics show in which no one was invited and no one was allowed in.