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CCN: NECA TMNT Interview with Trevor!

 

Comic Con International Hall H - Discrimination against Handicap people who walk

Being handicapped is difficult.  Some handicaps are obvious such as missing a limb, wheelchair bound, or using a service animal.  But there are less obvious handicaps: difficulty breathing, continuous pain, sudden onset pain and neurological problems to name a few.  Having a handicap makes life for that person just a little harder than for others.  And everyone with a handicap has their personal story to tell of why they are how they are, and what pain they manage in their lives.  This does not mean that handicap people do not deserve to live a normal life. It just means we need a little assistance.

Comic Con International 2015 : Weekend Review

Comic Con International is one of the biggest events of the year.  And every year this is one of those events that come with the good, the bad and the crazy.  From panels, shopping, autographs and meeting up with friends there’s never a dull moment at this event.  This here is the highlight review of the Comic Con 2015 weekend.  Following the panels that I went to, the booths that made the most memory for me and the friends that I met up with.  Following we will share some Comic Con Panels, some more detailed reports and even a major discrimination report about Comic Con.  Let’s start with the fun.

Comic Con International: Hall H

Comic Con International is here.  This week thousands of people will be traveling into San Diego, California for one of the biggest events in the United States.  With comic artist and writers, tv show producers, directors and actors and movie stars.  This event brings the city of San Diego into a full swinging party.  And we’ll like to do some Comic Con International stories for everyone to share the hype of the event.  What makes Comic Con International different from any other Comic Con?  One of the big differences is Hall H.