Category Archives: Conventions/Tours

Motor City Comic Con ’07

Saturday a friend and I drove up to Novi, Michigan for the spring Motor City Comic Con. This is always my favorite convention of the year. A there seemed to be more media guests than ever this year.
Disclaimer: I’m wearing heels in these photos, making me about 6’2″ at least. Some of the actors aren’t quite as short as they appear.

Robin Curtis, who played Lt. Saavik in the Star Trek movies 3 & 4 as well as a couple episodes of Star Trek: TNG, was the first guest we stopped and talked to. She was incredibly sweet and fun. We talked at length about dating and relationships. She acted as if we had known each other for years!
Here she is, looking as great as ever:
Robin Curtis and I

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Marsters Photos and more…

Okay, so these photos are really bad too. I had to take them without flash, while in line to get autographs. But it was great to meet James Marsters too. He was very gracious and sweet with everyone he met.

And below is my photo with Walter Koenig and George Takei! If you’re wondering, Walter had just said something funny… making me laugh as the guy took the picture. They were both great, and George was full of smiles for everyone.

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Vacation! and Adrian Paul

No Thursday Thirteen this week.
As of Thursday at 4:30am, I’ll be on my way to California!
… For Creation’s Grand Slam SciFi Summit and a little fun in the sun.

I plan on bringing my laptop to upload photos from the convention each night, but who knows what the internet connection will be like. So, just to make sure the site doesn’t die during the 10 days that I’m gone… I’ll be setting articles on the different actors/actresses that will be at the con, to post on the days I can’t get online.

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Motor City Comic Con 05

When my father & I arrived in Novi Friday night, we decided to drive to the Expo Center to make sure we could find it easily in the morning. We drove around the building, and were a little concerned since it didn’t look very large. We could see in through the glass doors, and it didn’t look like very many vendors were set up. But when we arrived the next morning, we were pleasantly surprised to see that it looked much larger on the inside, and there were quite a number of vendor booths! We were allowed in 30min prior to general admission, since I had purchased tickets early by mail. There was a table of freebies, where I picked up the movie poster for Batman Begins.

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