Comic-Con Day 2, Ghoulia’s Dead-light
If San Diego thrilled on day one, guys and ghouls, I cannot begin to express my UHHHn-believable feelings toward the dead-lights that today brought.
Not only was today Friday the 13th (certainly my favorite howliday, by far), but it was also the first ever Monster High Panel at San Diego Comic-Con! I was absolutely ecstatic to be offered front row seats (along with friends Scarah and HooDude) to this other-worldly event. Imagine, if you will, Monster High designers and creators sitting mere feet in front of me (mere feet)! These guys and ghouls are legends at Monster High! It was so UHHH-mazing to witness their discussions up close and personal during the panel. I could not have crafted better questions than the ones that were presented from the audience. The air was filled with an electricity that can only be described (in Frankie’s words) as “voltage!” The panel ended with an award (which in my opinion is how every presentation should end) and while I did not win the costume contest, I will admit that the [guy/ghoul] who did win was absolutely deserving of the crown. Luckily, Cleo was not here, otherwise heads would have rolled, as she insists on always having the beast headpieces and always, well, winning.
Prior to the panel was another event that I had been anxiously anticipating. Early in the day, dozens of monsters materialized at the signing area for a Monster Meet Up of epic proportions! I have never seen this many student bodies congregating outside the boundaries of Monster High! It was an enchanting sight to see. I truly wish that all MHGG readers could have been there to experience the monster love. I am so proud to be a monster in this unique moment. Additionally, the day was filled with excitement as fans got to experience the new MH photo booth! I will surely be sending a few of those pictures back for this year’s Fearbook.
Finally, the day would not be complete without a report on yet another doll reveal. Yesterday, it was our beloved Headmistress. Today, administrators revealed that two of my closest ghouls will soon be transformed into superheroes! As you can probably imagine, I was shocked, awed and completely inspired by this creeperific revelation.
Until next time – stay comical, guys and ghouls!
you should be, at least for this weekend, they’re putting all the SDCC announcements there