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Anaheim Comic Con – Part IV (Costumes)

This is the 4th and final blog about the Anaheim Comic-Con. I am sharing some blogs that MiceChat Moderator Coheteboy had blogged about on Micechat.com.

No convention would be complete without attendees wearing costumes of their favorite characters. Here are some from the convention.


Anaheim Comic Con – Part III (Guests)

According to MiceChat Moderator Coheteboy, the biggest draw this year seemed to be celebrities as almost half of the convention floor was devoted to signing autographs. There were quite a few Disney celebrities such as Charles Fleisher (Roger Rabbit), Mickey Rooney (Fox and the Hound, Pete’s Dragon), Bill Farmer (Goofy), Ed Asner (Up), and the latest member of the Disney team, Stan Lee. William Shatner and Billy Dee Williams were also on hand though Irvin Kershner, director of The Empire Strikes Back had to cancel.

Adrienne Curry and Christopher Knight


Futurama voice talent Phil Lamarr and Billy West

Stan Lee

Jason Mewes 
The Million Dollar Man Ted Dibiase

Mickey Rooney

Ed Asner

Star Trek Next Generation stars Michael Dorn, Levar Burton, Brent Spiner

The Ladies of Batman

Tomorrow: The costumes

Anaheim Comic Con – Part II (The Goods)

According to MiceChat Moderator Coheteboy, the Con was weaker this year with fewer dealers than usual which means finding  that long sought out collectible wasn’t as easy. But there were still a few unique items to flesh out your collection.

I wish I had been there. I would have seriously bought this for the store.

Tomorrow: Who was signing autographs. Stay Tuned.

Anaheim Comic Con – Part I

Unfortunately, we did not get a chance to get out to the Anaheim Comic Con this year, but I found some great pictures on MiceChat from MiceChat Moderator Coheteboy. One of the pictures show his close encounter with Jordan Nagai, the voice of Russell in UP.

Several now famous cars used in movies were on display. Here is the one from Kick-Ass.

The DeLorean from Back to the Future

The 1966 Batmobile designed by George Barris.

More tomorrow. Stay tuned!