Library Comic Con 2016 - Boise Public Library join the library and other pokémon fans as we celebrate 20 years of pocket monsters at library comic con!’s nothing like taking poorly socialized nerds and attractive women – geek or otherwise – and cramming them into the pressure-cooker environment that is your average con. taking a step back from the loaded topic of privilege and women and look at another aspect of why cons are bad places to try to pick up women:Conventions are like hot houses for drama.. creator spotlight: chris hunt chris hunt returns to library comic con and boise to discuss the process of completing his first creator owned series, carver: a paris story, the impending release of its trade, and his upcoming projects. and in my experiences and never-humble-opinion, comic conventions are a poor place to look for sex and especially for any relationships that are going to last longer than that weekend. since 1997, the 501st legion has been dedicated to re-creating film-quality costumes of the “villainous” characters of the star wars galaxy and entertaining star wars fans with their public appearances, and has become a leading force in fan-based charity events around the world. think the crux of the matter is that at comic cons there are going to be a lot of unattractive guys outnumbering (mostly relatively attractive) women.'ve never tried hitting on women at conventions because i'm to busy trying not to die by being crushed to death. all they did was start talking about how much they love each others costumes.
17 Best ideas about Comic Con Costumes on Pinterest | Cosplay but i got lucky and met my now husband at sakuracon 2 years ago. know, i wish i read this before i made a move at the con. known on the comic con scene by visitors as captain america, myers is a seasoned comic book fan accompanied by her partner in crime, kellie sansouci (the winter soldier). example, i may strike up 20 or 30 conversations with different girls before i find one that i think i can talk to long enough to even want to spend the night with, and as a rule, if i feel comfortable chatting to a girl for more than 10 minutes then i think i’m i’m with a reasonable chance. people with no game or are hideous don’t get laid at cons. and while you may have convinced your friends that helping you get laid is a noble goal, her friends aren’t going to be quite as obliging. there was one con where i saw a guy and girl meet cute on thursday night. if a still-reforming serial-offender can offer any advice, it is to not go to these conventions for the sole reason of trying to get-laid. bothers me a little at the assumption in the comments that women are going to cons specifically to get attention or to get free drinks or other freebies from male admirers.