You’ve seen Aidan’s Saturday photos from Fan Expo Regina. Oh sure, they’re good. But what about Sunday? Huh? What about Sunday? THAT’S WHAT I THOUGHT, AIDAN. Fortunately, I have a camera too. Here are my pics from the second and final day of Regina’s Big Nerdapalooza. Okay, there’s one photo by Aidan here. But he took it Saturday, not Sunday. AIDAAAAAN!
This is cartoonist and game designer Allan Dotson. He lives in Regina. This is his booth.
Wonder if noted sport and Firefly fan Stephen “Rosie” LaRose saw this Serenity jersey.
Both ComicReaders shops were out, and parked next to Kay Pike’s Cosplay Canada booth. Trivia: the downtown ComicReaders won Best Comic Book Shop in our 2013 Best Of Regina reader poll. The south store won in 2012.
This is WolfCop accusing me of impersonating a journalist. Photo by designer Paul “Awesome” Klassen, who seemed perfectly happy to let an enraged werewolf police officer tear me to bits.
Oh great, WolfCop bit me during my arrest so I’m a werewolf now, I guess.
Photo by Saturday Aidan. Also: Tia Carrere’s mere prescence was enough to cure my lycanthropy. Yay! Though I still get an urge to put on a police uniform when the moon rises…
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