Here are ones I forgot to include in the previous post:
Tom Kenny (SpongeBob) and Bill Fagerbakke (Patrick) at the Nickelodeon booth.
Evangeline Lilly (famous for Lost, Real Steel, and soon, The Hobbit) was at the Weta booth signing for her new book, Squickerwonkers. She was accompanied by some very deep cleavage. Thanks Evangeline. Oh, and nice job on your book.
Orlando Jones (MadTV) was promoting … Free Hugs? … I think he was there to promote the Sleepy Hollow TV show as well.
Jeff Smith (Bone) was promoting his book Rasl. He had on a carpal tunnel thingy the last time I saw him about 10 years ago. I wonder if he’s done permanent damage after years of drawing. Jeff’s a really nice guy and I feel bad I had already spent my budget since I would have liked to take a look at his new work.
I have no idea who the dude is signing at the Legendary booth. I think he was attached to the Pacific Rim movie. Couldn’t see anything but his profile unfortunately.
Archer was the one panel I would have loved to attend (besides the unattainable Breaking Bad). Here are Adam Reed, Lucky Yates, Aisha Tyler, and Chris Parnell were at the Fox booth. Incidentally, I think I want my imaginary girl friend to be Aisha. She’s funny, crude, and beautiful. What more can a guy want than a girl that thinks “dude humor” is funny and can one-up us. Sigh.