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I-Mockery's Big 2005 San Diego Comic-Con Photo Album!
by: -RoG-


Ok, time for some more celebrity sightings!

Carel "Lurch" Struycken from The Addams Family movies! Extremely friendly guy who
was kinda creepy because he moves just as slowly in real life as he did in the movies.

Irwin Keyes!
With roles in The Warriors and Friday the 13th, you gotta respect the guy.

Tim "Jack Deth" Thomerson from the Trancers films! He was also in Iron Eagle. Yes!

Sam J. Jones.
aka... Flash Gordon: Quarterback, New York Jets

I think Bobby Clark was asleep... or perhaps dead?
Either way, I didn't wanna go disturb the guy... nor did anybody else apparently. :(

And now let's go check out some more costumes!

Ok, now this is how a Stormtrooper SHOULD look.
Sadly this isn't how Star Wars costumes always turn out at the Comic-Con. Behold:

Perhaps Porkins survived his ship explosion and turned to the dark side?

Edward Scissorhands somehow became a clown with blue hair.
And on the right, is Cunt. But she didn't act like a cunt and her boots were real nifty.


Trigun. uh huh...

This guy wanted me to put him on the internet.
Can't say no to a dude armed with a plastic toy.

The award for the absolute stupidest way to promote a new movie would have to go to the King Kong booth. No trailers playing, no nothing. Just a sign-up for a Mastercard that had a picture of King Kong on it. I think you got a t-shirt if you signed up.
Big whoop.

My pal Pete from J-List was pimping out Domo-Kun stuff left 'n right the entire time.
It's good to see that after all this time people are still in love with Domo. Speaking of which, I really need to get one of the samurai Domo-Kun plush toys. They're hilarious!

Soldiers and Klingons living side-by-side... only at the Comic-Con.

In case you didn't already know... Comic-Con is the thinking man's convention.

Barebones Studios. I really loved the fact that they lived up to their name
by handing out free figures that were made from popsicle sticks. You could
even keep going back to their booth to collect all 10 variations. Barebones indeed!

This guy kept staring at me like he wanted me to take a photo of him, so I did.
But in all honesty, the Stargate statue was much more interesting.

There he is, Lloyd Kaufman the man behind Troma and the Toxic Avenger...
holding up an I-Mockery sticker no less! He's pretty much the king of independent films and he's one of the friendliest people you'll ever meet. He actually told me I should come be in one of his upcoming movies involving zombie chickens. Sounds good, but I'm not sure I'll have the time to drive up to New York for a tiny part in a Troma flick. Not that it wouldn't be totally worth it though, cuz it would be. Troma films will always rule. Always.

B-Minus Comiks and Young American Comics... support indie comics you cheap bastards!

How is it a "free comic book" if the only way to get it is if you
pay 3 bux to get a photo with some lady wearing spandex? Bah...


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