This time…heads will roll
You won’t beleaf your eyes.
He let the world get a-head of him.
Lettuce take you on an adventure.
He’s got a cartful of troubles, and revenue ain’t one.
“Ba Sing Se is singing its praises!” -BSS Review
“A must-see for this summer.” -Fire Nation Bugle
“These cabbages will never wilt.” -Omashu Daily
Probably done before, but I couldn’t help myself
Just a little head burp: what if the older GAang met their younger selves
I couldn’t resist after seeing the official SDCC GAang designs *swoon*
Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m off to bed because today I am going to Japan for 2 weeks.
Sokka is killing me
the aaNG ONE
the Aangs: “WANNA SEE A TRICK?”
Unfortunately, I did not make it into Ballroom 20 for the Avatar: Legend of Korra Panel. Comic Con allows attendees to stay within panels. Their policy subjugates many eager fans to lines longer than the combined length of 500 sky bison - if you don’t get the reference, just imagine yellow school buses instead. I was disappointed in the lack of organization and professionalism that I was expecting from Comic Con…International. I was expecting some sort of well developed system and aged professionalism (given that Comic Con International has been around at San Diego Convention Center ever since 1990 [http://www.sddt.com/Hospitality/article.cfm?SourceCode=20080418tbe]), but apparently that was asking too much for a $40 ticket. Ill admit that the exhibitor floor looked very well groomed, but, somehow, that same sense of “being well groomed” was lost in the amazon river of over 4000 knee-aching attendees. I suggest that SDCC organize a board of fans, official SDCC event planners, organizers and administration to cooperate and brainstorm an idea to make a solution. Hopefully San Diego Comic Con can remedy their awkward panel-attendee policy soon and get more fans into the panels next year in 2013. Here’s to being hopeful =]