But during one of Saturday's sessions, married and monogamous Bane skewed the results -- for Sharcoff, anyway. "I met some that I liked, but they didn't feel the same way. I'll go again." Ryan Glitch, the event's founder and self-proclaimed Geek Doctor of Love, said that plenty of participants got second dates out of the deal. July 12, 2017 20 2Tell us, what was your worst first date like? If you see a person walking with one of our signs, you can sign up right there with them! I attended main events for the first two days, but my third was spent doing interviews with Maria Canals Barrera, meeting fantastic, innovative artists (watch for upcoming interviews) and checking out the trade show floor. I can’t really remember why I nixed the series, but after watching her panel it’s a decision I’d like to rectify.Here is a recap of what Nathan Fillion, Kate Mulgrew, Millie Bobby Brown and Felicia Day had to say at DCC2017 on Day 2. They share the same charm & charisma, the same easy humor and killer one-liners. Fan: What was your most hellish experience filming? Of all the fantastic celebs I got to see, I think Kate had the greatest impression on me.Many Comic Con attendees dress like their favorite comic book, video game, anime, sci-fi, movies, and TV characters to celebrate their fandom — a ritual called cosplay.
For those unfamiliar with what I’m talking about, I’ll leave you to ponder that little tidbit and cajole you to watch the show."So I mentioned that she was 'too cute to be expendable'" — the inside joke being that most red shirts on "Star Trek" wind up dead.He teased that they should visit a power plant on their first date.Since then Glitch’s Sci-Fi Speed Dating has kept him busy full-time.Dressed as a Jedi Knight he hosted the event with a comedic air that playfully poked fun at himself and every stereotype.In fact, my summary could best be summed up with those witty rejoinders. Nathan: You want to see me cranky, put me in a spacesuit. She’s been acting since she was 17 and boy howdy does the woman know how to command a room.