To close out my series of Comic Con 2016 posts, I wanted to share some lovely Star Trek art that was on display in a nearby art gallery in San Diego’s historic Gaslamp District. I actually went to this exhibit Saturday evening of Comic Con, but Saturday’s post was so full of all things Marvel that I thought I’d save these for later.
In honor of Star Trek’s 50th Anniversary, there was a special art exhibition called Star Trek: 50 Artists, 50 Years. I love the piece above by Mr. Spock himself, the amazing Leonard Nimoy. I don’t know why I didn’t take more pictures because there were so many incredible pieces, but I wanted to share a few of them with you here.
I’m finally wrapping up my Comic Con 2016 recap posts with the last day of the convention, Day Four AKA Sunday! Comic Con is always an overwhelming and exhausting few days, but it’s so much fun and I’ve truly loved going for the past 10 years. As a hugely sentimental and nostalgic person, my future self will someday thank me for these detailed blog posts. Now please, catch up on my recaps for Preview Night, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, and join me as I close out my Comic Con journey for 2016!
If you’ve heard of Comic Con, you’ve probably heard of all the lines and all the waiting. You pretty much have to wait in a line for everything — panels, photo ops, bathroom, food, the elevator to your hotel. Well, the wait is over! For this post at least. It’s finally time for my Comic Con recap for Saturday, AKA Day Three, AKA Marvel Day! Be sure to check out my Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday recaps first. Now on to the recap, where my waiting was actually just beginning…