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Hello everyone. Here is a small video that was taken at the Star Wars Pavilion at this year’s San Diego Comic Con. I will be putting a blog together with full coverage of our trip this year. My hand is still in the cast, so again I’m using my voice program. That may come in handy when it comes to writing about our Comic Con experience this year. Spoiler Alert it was as crazy as it always is.

Stay tuned…More to come

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uopfCXTzNBs&w=1280&h=720]

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5 Comments

  1. Jay Krebs
    July 30, 2014 at 08:12 Reply

    Such stage presence, you have, Troy! Nicely done! 😀

    I’m sure it was an amazing experience to be there. I’ve been whining about not being able to get tickets since March 15 (that was a bad, bad day for this fangirl), but it’s great to get to see the Con from a fellow fan’sPOV!

    Can’t wait for more videos! Oya! 🙂

    1. troy metzler
      August 1, 2014 at 12:53 Reply

      Yeah Jay, tickets are the first nerve-racking experience of SDCC. We’ve been lucky. Comic Con is all about luck.

  2. Melinda Wolf
    July 30, 2014 at 09:31 Reply

    Troy, it’s so great to see that you aren’t letting that cast slow you down! 🙂 I can’t wait to read what you have to say about your adventure to CC 2014. Always a pleasure! 😀

    1. troy metzler
      August 1, 2014 at 12:55 Reply

      I told people I was the main character for a new Marvel project called “The Glowing Claw”.

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I was Darth Vader for Halloween when I was 5 almost 6 (1978). My mom wouldn't stand for the plastic bag Vader outfit which we bought for the mask. She made me a costume while my dad made me a lightsaber. At that time no one had a lightsaber. It was an old Ever/Ready flashlight - remember the classic all chrome with the red cap on the end? He electrical-taped a clear golf club tube - the ones that go into golf bags - onto the lens. The costume was a fabric cape and a shirt complete with chest box made from a box top covered in fabric and felt squares. Of the 5 or 6 Vaders on the block that year I was the coolest. Now I am in my 40's, have my awesome and supportive wife Brandy, an impressive collection, friends that I consider family, and not ashamed to be a lifelong Geek.

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