8 JULY 2014
For a few years now, I've followed the experiences of first-timers at the Con. It's always fascinating to see Comic-Con through the eyes of a newborn fawn, but it's also enlightening in that it points out clearly where CCI could improve and where the mythos of San Diego Comic-Con misses the reality by a mile.
So if you want to share your experience with me, I am all ears. You can keep in touch with me by email throughout the Con, meet up with me if scheduling permits, or shoot me an email at the end of it. (SDCCguide@gmail.com.) I also like hearing from people who are returning after a long Con hiatus; if your last SDCC was circa 2006, let me know the changes that please or disturb you the most. (And of course, I'll protect your privacy so feel free to be as honest as you want.)
You only lose your Comic-Con virginity once - and like all rites of passage, you usually come out of it with a good tale to tell. If you want to share yours, I'll be waiting.