Pop Culture-Personal Narrative

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From the moment I stepped past through the set of large, orange colored, double doors into the exhibit hall floor I knew it was everything I had ever dreamed it would be. The first thing I laid my eyes on was a blue and white poster that stretched from end to end titled "Welcome Nerds! To PLANET COMIC-CON!" If you can imagine the smell in the air was a mix of excitement and the overwhelming passion for pop culture. Over the past few months, my friends and I recently made the bold decision to embark on an unforgettable adventure like never before. We set our eyes on the grand-prize for our senior year spring break trip we decided to go to Kansas City Comic-Con held in Missouri, Kansas prior to graduating high school. Comic-Con is a jam-packed three day weekend event filled to the brim…show more content…
Spider-Man, Batman, Stormtroopers and even The Predator from Alien V.S. Predator movie. We took part and visited each panel seeing the array of astonishing artwork and sketches from people that have utilized their creative talent to make. Meeting new friends, and finding those rare hidden gems of graphic novels we were anticipating to add to our personal collections. I personally waited over two and half hours for a measly two-minute talk and autograph with the current lead writer of Batman Detective Comics Scott Synder; one of the most caring and down to earth individuals I had ever had the chance to meet. Mike had the opportunity to meet to meet his role model, Wil Wheaton from The Big Bang Theory or Star Trek for the first time in person. Alex now currently has his most prized position a limited edition Daredevil: The Man Without Fear issue number one hanging above his desk. Lastly Will met a childhood hero David Yost the Blue Power Ranger from the television series Mighty Morphin ' Power Rangers. Over the course of the weekend I couldn 't have asked for a more overwhelming experience. Filled with many memories and shared with life-long
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