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Summer Glau is going to be a Guest of honor at Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo to be held October 30 - November 1 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. As usual, she will sign autographs, take photo with her fans and attend a Q&A panel. Note that she will be there on Saturday only.
There will be a "very special meet and greet signing event Comikaze-style", though we're not sure what that actually is.
Show hours are as following.
Fri. October 30th, 2015, 1pm - 7pm Sat. October 31st, 2015, 9am - 6pm Sun. November 1st, 2015, 10am - 4pm
If you plan to go to the convention, you can buy your tickets for the convention as well as Summer's autograph and Photo op tickets through Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo website.
The following tickets are available.
MULTIPASS (3 DAY PASS) $75.00 FRIDAY One Day Pass $30.00 SATURDAY One Day Pass $35.00 SUNDAY One Day Pass $30.00 SUMMER GLAU AUTOGRAPH EXPERIENCE $40.00 SUMMER GLAU PHOTOGRAPH EXPERIENCE $40.00
Marvel legend Stan Lee and "Star Trek's" William Shatner will unveil a new collaborative project at Comikaze Expo 2015. According to Deadline, no further details are known at this time, including in what medium the project will appear. You can also find me on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr or Youtube
Summer's line is quite long and was always full throughout the day. It's a testament to her popularity. Fans love to see her because of the special way she treats them. My daughter and I had a great time to finally meet, talk, and take photos with Summer. Summer rocks !!!
I managed to get my photo-op with Summer Glau (yay!), and didn’t stump her as much as I thought I would with my autograph choice. I brought both the steel-box Serenity and the bluray sleeve for Knights of Badassdom, so that she could choose, but she took about a second to pick Serenity, although she did comment that KoB was becoming more popular of late. (I agree: watch it. I don’t even care if you like it or not. It’s still awesome)