I had a wonderful geeky weekend, and I wanted to share all about it with you. I had a cupcake, Japanese food, and I enjoyed reading Wonder Woman: Warbringer [The Book Depository] by Leigh Bardugo. But, it didn’t stop there, since I also joined a meetup centered in discovering comics.
Before going to the comic book meetup, we decided to enjoy an excellent morning coffee with a great cupcake. In Brighton, you can find several coffee shops with amazing sweets. But, Cloud 9 remains my favorite. I asked an Oreo cupcake. It makes me remember the Cookie Monster. I always end up destroying the cupcakes, and eating parts of it, and doing piggy stuff with the cream. So, I’ll just share the cupcake when it was whole and beautiful.
Film & Comic Con Brighton 2016 was quiet and quite creative. I went on Sunday, and I saw HODOR!! I was surprised to discover that stars are actually pretty close to fans. I didn’t ask any signs nor pics because I need to like a character a lot to make me queue and end up taking a pic or asking for a signed picture. Even so, he was huge! As you know, I was in London Comic-Con just last week. I usually don’t expect anything from any event, but I must admit that this was too quiet for my taste. Brighton’s Comic Con is very quiet, and it focusses more on retro and collectors. One of the cool points is that they had consoles where kids could experience how old ones got fun. Said in other words: they were enjoying retro games and having tons of fun! There were lots of artists with their art and quite a lot of shops with pops and geek fashion. Although it was too quiet for my taste, I did find some treasures!