NY Comic-Con was over two weeks ago, but I wanted to cap off my coverage of that fateful weekend with a short video I put together. In it, I try to make sense of Wario dancing to Michael Jackson, anime dancers, and an accordion-playing Boba Fett in the Big Apple.
Comic-Con: it’s weird, it’s wonderful, and if you’re reading this site, you owe it to yourself to go at least once in your life.
The redheaded chick and the bee guy are Molotov Cocktease and Henchmen 21, or 24, from the show The Venture Bros.
So, is Boba Fett playing music from the movie Amelie?
Indeed! La Valse d’Amelie, to be precise. So add French Romantic Comedies to the pop culture soupbowl of ComicCon.
i might contest that the culture represented isnt “pop” because popular culture would be directed more towards mainstream franchises such as (fill in your favorite one here)
media-con might be more apt just because they are all represented; gaming, comic, television, movie, internet
perhaps to pick up a topic worked and over-worked by the podcast, its a geekcon. the most enthusiastic come out to show their undying love for different aspects of the media culture and there is much geeking out.
*p.s. question: are there crazy-insane after parties? because that would be hilarious and awesome