Saturday, April 26, 2008

Saturday. Shannon and Izzy at Blind Tiger Ale House on Bleecker and Jones St.

L'Arte Del Gelato around the corner.

Nice day.

Friday, April 25, 2008

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

You know.

Sunday, April 20, 2008

Podcaster's dinner, John's Pizzeria, Theater District.

Beautiful space (had never been there before), over a hundred guests taking over the entire top 1 1/2 tiers of the place.

And everyone waving "hi" to Chris H.

Big ups to Joe, Jimmy, and Charlito for all the hard work.

Project Haircut: the culmination. Jimmy cuts off his 20-year (!) ponytail for Locks of Love.

Final measurement: 16 inches!

Unemployed Skeletor does the honors.


One last goodbye. Be brave, little one.

Final styling touchups; the face of courage.

We're proud of you, dude.

And yes, everyone LOVES the hat (thanks again, Ellie!)...

...even those among us who (gasp!) have never seen Star Wars (*coughSpanocough*).

New York Comic Con 2008, Jacob Javits Center.

The prerequisite, insanely-long line to get in. This is only because everyone shows up before the doors open, apparently -- a couple friends don't show up until about an hour, hour and a half later, and they're able to just walk right in.

Birds of Geek, Denise and Amy.


Ryan killing Spano.


The inimitable Vampire Cowboys theater troupe put on a few very cool stage-fighting demos.

Kaiyodo/Revoltech's new hentai...excuse me, "Fraulein" line.

Seeing their new Regult and YF-19 figures in person gets me all excited, though.

I keep wandering past their booth waiting for the (I think) inevitable "5 o'clock discount"; unfortunately, it is never to be.

Table full o' Heroclix.

Priscilla with Jim Butcher.

Battlestar Galactica panel, with surprise guests Michael Trucco (Sam Anders), Rekha Sharma (Tory Foster), and Michael Hogan (Saul Tigh).


Straight outta Jersey, it's Unemployed Skeletor! Here with Kathleen...

...and Jimmy.






Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer on CNI - how cool is that? Urbaniak drops in later, too, while I'm in the middle of the screening of The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, unfortunately (good movie, by the way).

Mike and Eileen.


Heroes action figures looking pretty keen.


Enjoy the weather, guys -- next year it's back to February.

(Not pictured: Milo Ventimiglia, who apparently EVERYBODY sees/runs into but me; inappropriate Robin (one of several), and Jay and Grant from Ghost Hunters, whose hands I shake but whose pictures I do not take -- they look both lost and late.)