I had a great time this year. There was a lot to see. Four panels/workshops alone on "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic." I'm still trying to understand this, but I will be writing something up on Examiner.com about it tomorrow night.
(Speaking of which, stories will be a little slow going this week because I'm booked all week at my other job as a substitute teacher, so having time to write and bring my son back and forth to different sitters this week is going to be a challenge to writing.)
Right now at Examiner.com I have some great pictures up from the con, as well as a starter story -- sorry for the lack of detail, but I'm going to be touching base with the chair at some point this week to get more details to add to it, and I needed something to be up there for the time being.
I was happy to see some "Madoka Magica" love there -- I bought a whole six pin set of the characters from the show, and took a picture of someone dressed as Kyubey. She told me that people have been stopping her to get pictures telling her she looks "cute," not realizing that the character is "evil."
I do have some Masquerade videos up at the YouTube channel, although not all the skits because my camera died, and I have to check to see if the footage from the last two sketches that I took from my cell phone is still going to have sound towards the end of it -- I was having issues with the cell phone cutting the sound out towards the end of videos that I was taking, so I took the footage just in case it actually did work out. Another sketch/walk on will be up as soon as I re-edit it to be able to put it back up on YouTube -- first the download stopped, then it was rejected as a "duplicate." Eventually I will have all the sketches either up or re-directed.
At some point in the next few weeks I will have interviews up for the voice actors that appeared at AAC this year -- Robert Axelrod, Quinton Flynn (of which I have some hysterical footage from his "Shenanigans" panel on Sunday that I will be posting up soon), Chris Cason, Christopher Smith, and Cynthia Cranz. I'll be doing e-mail interviews with all five of them, so those will be up once the interviews have been conducted.
Overall, great con. I love hanging out with fellow geeks. :-) I will most likely be attending Queen City Kamikaze next, then Anime Boston in April. So keep an eye out!