Wolverine with the Carnage symbiote, vs. Nightcrawler with the Venom symbiote has one obvious answer: Stalemate. The Earth would be destroyed in the epic battle the came as a result, and that is the fair and balanced reporting you can expect from Las Almas Gazette.
Now that we’ve settled that, yesterday in the West End, Comic-Con went down with the usual festive nerd glamor that attracts all types of superhero and mere mortals alike. Whether you’re young, old, man, woman, ghost, horse, or shark, Comic-con takes all kinds. That’s exactly the kind of inclusive good times that took place. Not even the sweltering heat was enough to discourage some from showing up in very serious costumes with convincing props in hand, or bolted on.
The show was kicked off with a panel from top comic book artist Hana Yoon, who took autographs afterwards. Several Las Almans lined up to get their memorabilia or body parts signed by the star. When asked if there was anything the 30 year old artist could recommend to young unknowns struggling to find creative inspiration, she told the Gazette:
“Don’t take yourself too seriously. Writing that tries to fixate on one strong emotion is doomed to developing caricatures rather than characters. In my own writing, it’s a healthy mix of satire and serious. There’s a duality of what’s presented as to what is written behind the lines.”
Strong advice from an industry pro. We here at Las Almas Gazette wish all the best for Ms. Yoon and her family as well as all of those out there that wish they could have gone but couldn’t. There’s always next year! And if you can put aside some time for next year’s bash, we’re pretty sure you’ll find something to enjoy, as everyone has at least one nerdy bone in their body.