Sunday! The last day of Comic-Con. This day seemed a bit quieter than in years past, when there is usually more sprinting down the aisles, trying to buy something at the last minute. This year it seemed like a normal day, as if there would be another day to browse on Monday (maybe at some point there will be). I found that I took fewer pictures on this day as I eased out of Comic-Con mode.
How did I miss seeing this Hulkbuster Iron Man display until Sunday?
I often marvel at seeing movie-quality outfits like these Star Trek uniforms. But then I wonder what someone would do if he or she would buy one. Would you wear these things out, to a party, maybe? What if you spilled ranch dressing on it? I bet you can't just toss it in the washer afterwards.
What a thrill it was to finally meet comic legend Sergio Aragones. Aragones is probably best known for his work on MAD Magazine, which he has been a part of since it's inception (and he's still going strong!).
Lookit this Frankenberry merchandise! I wonder if that metallic pink skull is part of the lot.
Here's some good Thor villain cosplay. The Enchantress and the Executioner!
DC had costumes from the upcoming Superman vs. Batman movie out on display. I hear that Cavill and Affleck showed up for a little while, though I never saw it for myself.
In the middle of the day, I went outside to visit the Adult Swim area one last time. I cashed in all of my carnival tickets for a Rick and Morty plush. Near the exit, they had an Aqua Teen Hunger Force memorial wall set up to commemorate the show's final season.
Everything is great with these (Extreme) Ghostbusters costumes, but I'm most impressed with the hair.
Toward the end of the day, I had a chance to sit down at the IDW booth for an Imaginary Drugs signing with Ally Cat, Eric Esquivel and Alexis Ziritt, all of whom are probably more awesome than I am. But, as we can see here, I'm the only one who wore an Imaginary Drugs shirt to the signing. I'm not sure if that's a good thing or not. It was a fun time and HEY, I got to sit behind the IDW booth for a whole hour and no one kicked me out. Awesome!
I wish I had a better picture of this. I have no idea what this lady is supposed to be, but wow, it was impressive.
And then, all that was left was the waiting. I went back to the small press section, and pretty soon...
...the show ended. And Comic-Con 2015 was a wrap!
BUT WAIT! There's one more batch of pictures to come. And then I can rest easy. Yes.