Here a just a few photos from Ray's trip. <BR><BR>Keep an eye out for the October or November issue of Wired Magazine. Maybe something special will show up on the online site...that I am sworn to secrecy of but can say was real fun standing on the sidelines watching.<BR><BR>Fanboy: I peeked back out from behind the magic curtain and you were gone. Sorry.This message has been edited. Last edited by: jkt,
John King Tarpinian You know what you are, Mr. Bradbury? ... You are a poet! -- Aldous Huxley
25 July 2010, 05:31 PM
Figures the ONE year I decide to NOT wade through the crowded sea of smelly people and "Twilight" twits, there's an autograph signing. I DID get my copies of The Stories of Ray Bradbury, so it worked out. *shrug*
I *AM* big... it's the pictures that got small! - Norma Desmond
26 July 2010, 09:04 PM
That's okay, jkt! I had my 80 year old mother with me, and she was getting a little tired after the second day of the intensity of Comic-con, wanted to take her for a snack and a rest. We both enjoyed Ray's lecture very much, I thought Sam Weller did an excellent job interviewing him, asking all the right questions and such.
I was glad to be able to come up and say hi, people didn't mob the stage afterwards this year.
I took little vids of the lecture on my camera, and I will post them on youtube over the next few days for fans who weren't able to be there. There are some priceless gems of wisdom!
27 July 2010, 06:55 AM
Thanks JKT for adding the link so that we could read your fine comments.
27 July 2010, 10:54 AM
Just got off the phone with Sam Weller and read your post to him. He said to say thank you. Ray Bradbury told us over the weekend that this was the best interview anyone had ever done with him at Comic Con. Sam is very committed to Ray's legacy and it showed big time on Saturday. It also helped that Sam hosted a radio show for a year. He's damned good at this sorta stuff.