Saturday, April 17, 2010

Wizard World Anaheim 2010 - Day 2

Today was day 2 of the R2 Builders appearance at Wizard World, and a busy day for the booth it was.

Jerry Chevalier brought Salacious Crumb, which turned out to be a big hit.

Who's Mike Senna?

Speaking of Mike, he paid $75 an undisclosed sum of money for William Shatner's autograph for his daughter Justine, who is a big fan.

"I got drunk at the Mos Eisley Cantina." And what better droid to get drunk with than Mike's?

I was asked to bring R2 backstage for pictures with Mickey Rooney, which was cool.

R2 again helped the Purrfect Angels with their sci-fi show and got a picture afterward.

My favorite visitor so far during this convention has been Kaitlyn. She brings her parents to visit the R2 Builders booth about once every hour or two.

This pit droid crossed Ken Stubbert one too many times.

At the end of the day we had an impromptu droid parade around the convention center. My droid headed up the line, with Disney's "Main Street Electrical Parade" blaring out of the speaker. The crowd was quite delighted at this surprise. At the finish line, the droids all went crazy, spinning around and spraying each other with mist.

It was another fun day. Two down, one to go.

Today's full photoset is here.

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