Comic-Con 2012 ReCap

Comic-Con is over and as fun as it was, I’m kinda glad. I was freakin exhausted! I woke up this morning and if I had a walker nearby, I would have used it.

It was great to catch-up with friends and readers of the site! You guys rock. I also want to thank the Wired Cafe for the for the opportunity to hang out there – I met some new friends… and was able to snag a few free drinks. Which lowered the stress level of the long days.

Even though Daily Actor has some wonderful writers working on the site, I’m the main person behind it and I swear, I don’t know how the other sites keep up with the constant hourly updates on the happenings there.

That being said, we do have some great things to share with you; 25 interviews (with video), panel videos and more.

It’ll all be posted in the next week… or two.

– Lance

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