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MegaCon Tampa 2018
2020-01-14 00:19:45

In late September of 2018, All Cool Things™ attended MegaCon Tampa 2018 in Tampa, Florida.
MegaCon 2018 was not like most cons we have attended as it seemed to have a strong element of horror and fans of horror.

There were many special headlining guests but I found the con to be lacking.  It was very expensive to get autographs and signed pictures and the accommodations for food could have been handled much better.  On Sunday, lines lasted for hours just to get a $10 confection burger and fries or con pizza.  There were also a lot fewer attendees than I expected.

By the way, I was very impressed with the Teddy Bear Walker Girl.  When I commented on how well her face looked like a zombie, her mother replied, “Oh that’s how she usually does.  That’s just teen angst!” When they walked away, sure enough, that’s just how she still looked.

Road Crew of HERETICPRIME

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