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Offline Corran Horn

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Windsor ComiCon 2017
« on: August 14, 2017, 03:30:17 AM »
So, this past weekend was Windsor ComiCon, and a few of us from the general area of Southwestern Ontario got together for it.

A fun time was had by all, and I had the pleasure of meeting with Angus MacInnes aka Gold Leader from A New Hope and Rogue One. He is actually from Windsor, so it was pretty cool to get to meet a local that was in the original Star Wars. He was an absolute pleasure to speak to and he and I talked at length during and after the con.

Here are some shots of him signing my Gold Leader art print, messing around with some of our sabers, and a group shot of everyone that came out from the Lightsaber Society of Canada Facebook group.

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There are also a couple of shots from the Blast a Trooper booth with the Rebel Legion and 501st guys. I spent some time hanging out with some of them and even joined them for their group dinner afterwards.

It was a great experience all around and I look forward to doing it all again.

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Re: Windsor ComiCon 2017
« Reply #1 on: August 22, 2017, 03:10:35 PM »
Wish I could have made it down from Hamilton! Looks like it was a blast

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Re: Windsor ComiCon 2017
« Reply #2 on: August 22, 2017, 04:00:52 PM »
 :cheesy: :cheesy:

    I use to love going to events like this in the States ;but, I can't stand the long lines anymore and all the pat downs and all of the hoops they make you do.