Well, Comic Con is winding down, and it clearly showed. The panels and audiences didn't have the same energy as the previous days. There were fewer lines, but quieter rooms. All in all, the experience of the Con was a great one.
Despite all of the idiot Security Guards, the greedy, grasping fans (every panel today had fan after fan asking for nameplate/autograph/photo instead of asking actual questions), and the hilariously sad sleeping conditions (gogo hobo style!) I had a blast. I saw some of my favorite writers, producers, and actors speak, and even got to inroduce my self to a few. I wish there had been a little more information about upcoming developments, but hey, sometimes the surprise is worth the wait.
Smallville and Supernatural are chugging along with no signs of slowing. The Friday the 13th remake looks meh, but since it was producer by Michael Bay, meh is pretty good, considering. Out of the spaceships the panel of experts compared, the Imperial Star Destroyer, captained by James T. Kirk, was the winner of the universe.
Finally after a long drive home, the time has come to lay down my head in an actual bed, after taking an actual shower. Time to dream of next year. (definitely getting a hotel room this time)