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"Twilight Ruined Comic-con"

twilight sucks

...self explaned...



So I've been attending the San Diego Comic-Con for 6 years now and for the past 2 years it's been kinda killed because of that "series", which I would call FAIL

Anywho, I was forced to go to the 'New Moon' panel becasue I had to take care of my little sister who's a total twitard...Not much fun at all, it was mostly full of lulz cus my friends and I (I still feel horrible for making them come to that) were just bashing the sh*t out of it. That was the only good part...

But when they presented the cast a crew of the new movie, the one that never suprises me was Kristian Stewart (or however the f*ck you spell her name) Here is how she bascially looked like:
KS
(Sorry for the crappy photo, my sister took it)
K.S. seriously looked stoned or on somthing. She also looks like she got out of rehab and cut her own hair.. -______-

Not only did she look bad, but she acted high as so did R.P. both didnt know how to answer questions in complete senctences...*sigh* lowering standards....

So on Saturday, after the twilight related stuff has passed and gone, we get inline for the Masqurade. And what made the day more fun was the anit's infront of us in line XD

TRCC group
(If you can't tell, at least 99% of the signs they are holding say "Twilight Ruined Comic-con")

This whole riot started with the first sign (the very first picture) It was great seeing all the people passing by cheering them on and giving them high-fives. It was also funny seeing the twitards looking at them with XD Though what would have made it even more great is if a twihard started to argue and fight with the huge anit crowd...

In conclusion, I don't think Twilight 100% ruined comic-con (I still had loads of fun doing other things like seeing Tim Burton, Hayao Miyazaki, and other awesome people), I just think it would have been better if it wasent even mentioned at all during the con XD

PS-Who else was at the con and had FAIL related stories they would like to share...? :O

Comments


Her hair's like that because she's playing Joan Jett in a movie.

Though the not-being-able-to-complete sentences thing might be due to the possibility that she was probably high, LOLOLOLOL.
I'd be high too if I had to deal with that many twitards in one sitting.
Gotta agree with that one! Can you imagine the screeching? I'd wanna be drunk or high enough to smother that.
This makes me happy in my soul :]
That's great. If I were there I would totally support them.
As a comic book nerd who has sadly never been to Comic-Con, and even more sadly wants to go less and less each year because of the way big media has been encroaching on our clubhouse, here's my take on why Twilight (and other big media events) are ruining Comic-Con.

Basically, con organizers seem completely oblivious to the fact that they need to change the way they accommodate big media. Because they don't announce the panel/screening/singing schedule until two weeks before the con, people like Twitards, who are interested in only one thing at the con, buy up weekend passes, only to use them for one day and never come back.

All the big media events, like the New Moon panel, take place in a room called Hall H. If they were to sell Hall H-exclusive tickets, or passes to specific events (e.g. A "Twilight Pass" would get you into all Twilight events, but nothing else), that would probably solve 90% of the overcrowding. (Doing the same with Lost, Joss Whedon, etc would be a part of this plan.)

They also need to implement a clearing-out policy for Hall H in between panels, so that people like Twitards can't squat in on panels they have no interest in just so that they're already in the room when their panel starts.

Now if they genuinely want to go to the rest of the con, they can buy a general pass in addition to the Twilight Pass. Not only will it make the con more money, but it will weed out the casual spectators. They already do this at other cons; I went to NYCC in February, and I had to buy an extra ticket in addition to my weekend pass just to guarantee my place in line at a Geoff Johns signing (he's a comic book writer). Yes, it was an extra $20, but I was happy to pay it to meet Geoff Johns.

Basically, if the Twitards want to take over Comic-Con, fine. But they have to pay.
Geoff Johns is a pretty cool guy too. Met him at Wizard World Philly.
He's also way adorable and much better than Edward.
Indeed he is. I was second in line to meet him too. Camped for 3 hours.
I would have given those people hugs :)
I still don't know how this could happen to the world. I'm not talking about Twilight, thought Twilight is a part of it. How is it that's it's now "cool" to be a geek or a nerd. Being a nerd is all about ignoring pop culture and reading and watching things well out of a the mainstream because it's the type of stuff that gets you beaten up at school. And now there's all these posers thinking they're geeks just because they have a t-shirt with a sugar molecule on it.
Melissa!!
lol pics are awesome. :] I wish I could have saw it... but I was swimming with shamu
Now it makes me want to go to Comic Con for the laughs and to see what it's about. I think there's still time. I mean, there are two movies coming up of the blasted series.

Heh, "Free Donkey Punch"
Could you pretty please resize those pictures? My computer's slow and they're kind of killing it.

At least you had a good time. Still, it's annoying how people can't go anywhere without that following them around.

(And how come my stupid obsession doesn't get any love? It was at that convention too :( It's all NewMoonNewMoonNewMoonSHIRTLESSGUYSQUEE. Boo.)
I went on the Sunday, and it was 'more packed than Disneyland on a Saturday' as one person said

I took a piccur with a random stranger who had a 'Twilight ruined Comic-Con' sign

It was great (:

The line for getting Twilight things was an over two hour wait

It was insane

But Comic-Con was great (:

Even better; free!

haha

What?!

Twilight shouldn't even BE at the Comic-con. It has no place there. If the twitards (huh, a new term I discovered here) want to congregate someplace, they should do it on their one time. Not where the rest of us, the people who actually know what the Comic-con is actually about, are. Twilight fans should go have an orgy where non-twifans are not present. I'm sorry that you had to endure that.
There were quite a fair few antis there. I saw a number of the "And Buffy Staked Edward" t-shirts. Burger King was handing out Team Jacob/Team Edward crowns, and a lot of people drew on the cast's faces, giving them unibrows and blacked-out teeth, that sort of thing. Which was AWESOME.

I'm press, and wasn't sure whether to accept the invitation again next year because of the chaos, but I've been assurred that Twilight will NOT be there next year because Eclipse releases in May. Keep your fingers crossed that this information is true!