I would like to think that I have going to conventions down to an art form. I’ve been one of the kids who grew up upon convention floors, running through Sifi, horror, comics, and anime cons. I’ve done cosplay, panels, sold, shop, worked, and so much more. Conventions is a high light that is to be enjoyed, an event where people who have a common interest can come together to embrace what makes them happy. Though here comes Comic Con International. The largest of the events I go too and one of the hardest one for me to get through. With overnight camping, long lines, huge crowds, and cattle herding security. This is my fifth time going to Comic Con International and I still need to find away to where I can handle this event to enjoy, instead of feeling like I’m always on the run. Here is my review of San Diego Comic Con International 2013.