by Chris Tobias
By now Comic-Con International is already in full swing in San Diego, and while Take Back the Sky wasn’t lucky enough to make it out to the world’s biggest, most famous festival celebrating all that is great about geekdom this year, we are happy to say that we won’t be staying on the bench for the entire convention season!
It has been confirmed that Take Back the Sky will be in attendance at the Pittsburgh Comicon again this year. The 2014 Pittsburgh Comicon will be held September 26-28 at the Monroeville Convention Center, and Take Back the Sky will have a table at the con where Browncoats, space enthusiasts and anyone else who’d like to support the cause can stop by, sign our petition and learn about other ways they can convince Elon Musk and SpaceX to name their first Dragon V2 capsule Serenity.
We won’t be reprising our Browncoats in Space panel this year, but we will be on hand all three days to meet and greet anyone who’d like to drop by and chat with us about Firefly and Serenity, the future of space exploration and the efforts of companies like SpaceX, the latest in science and science-fiction in general or anything else that people like us love to geek out about. So if you plan to be at the con, please stop by and say hello, because making new friends is shiny.
For more information about this year’s Pittsburgh Comicon, visit their website at www.pittsburghcomicon.com.
Hope to see you there!