So the smaller version of the bash held in San Diego in the summer time still had plenty to offer last weekend. I’ve actually never been to a Comic Con myself, but I think it’d be a worth while experience. There were actually a number of panels that I would’ve liked to see involving some of my favorite shows and their cast members. Not the Heroes cast, mind you, but still, plenty to see.
The Chuck panel, for example, was moderated by Alen Sepinwall, and I wholeheartedly recommend checking out his full write up of the experience right here. Less interesting to me was the Dollhouse panel with a preview of the newest episode. Life on Mars had a panel as well, although apparently it wasn’t all that popular by comparison.
As you might expect, Fringe also managed to pull in a great crowd. This was probably because every single major cast member from the show since the show is filmed in Brooklyn. What can we expect for the future of Fringe? Well an important note is that the icons that appear before commercials do in fact mean something and that it “will eventually speak to the larger controlling mythology behind the show.”
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