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"Slapped by an Angel" - My photo with Summer Glau

04 Jun 2012
chrisdvanne 0 Comments

Or Summer pretending to slap a fan at Dallas Comic Con; this blog post is the second of a trilogy started with "Hugged by an Angel" and climaxing with the last one "Kissed by an Angel".
 
Mark attented this year Dallas Comic Con and got in line to have his photo op with Summer.
 
The first photo is a classic photo op showing Summer and Mark posing together but then something went wrong. This is what happens when you don't play nice with Summer Glau, especially if she's on Terminator mode.
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Summer Glau 'nuff said... Couldn't have been sweeter. Well, she could have been, but that wasn't expected, lol.
 
Dallas Comic Con  May 19 - 20, 2012
 

Except I said more....Summer no likey.
 
Dallas Comic Con  May 19 - 20, 2012
 

 
A huge thank you to Mark for his sense of humour and to Summer Glau for being a good sport!
 
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UPDATE : Mark granted us nice words on her meeting with Summer, exclusively for the Summer Glau Wiki :
 
She is an absolutely wonderful person to meet. Could not have been nicer. You should have seen her face when I asked her if she would slap me. She was like, "Slap you?!" And I was like, "yeah, just slap me like I said something or did something I shouldn't have done." "For real?" she said. "Whatever you feel like," I told her. My wife told her to go ahead and just smack the hell out of me, but Summer just jumped right into faux-slap mode. To be honest, if she would have had a baseball bat, I probably would have let her beat me with it to within an inch of my life if she had told me that's what she wanted. Hell, I probably would have killed for her. 
 
Before meeting her, I was only kind of a distant fan. We had just watched Firefly for the first time only weeks before. But after meeting her, I'm a big fan. Stood in line for 2 hours and 45 minutes. And keep in mind....I'm a dealer. That's nearly 3 hours I wasn't at my booth. My partner took care of it, but this was a convention that over 20,000 people. Probably lost some sales, but it was worth it. 
 
 
 
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