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  1. dogsoldierspoon

    Guest Suggestions

    I do recall that James Woods announced his retirement from acting last year. As unlikely as it probably is, I would absolutely love to meet him as well.
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    Guest Suggestions

    I'd love it if you could try and bring back Noah Wyle after his cancellation couple years back! And I wouldn't mind if you could announce some Librarians or Falling Skies guests to go along with him, for example Falling Skies: Drew Roy, Seychelle Gabriel, Mphoa Kao, Connor Jessup, Colin Cunningham, Scarlett Byrne, Jessy Schram, Sarah Carter, Maxim Knight, Luciana Carro, Brandon Jay McLaren, Terry O'Quinn, Gloria Reuben, Mira Sorvino, Robert Sean Leonard, Treva Etienne, John DeSantis The Librarians: Rebecca Romijn, Christian Kane, Lindy Booth, John Harlan Kim, John Larroquette And as every year, I'd like to renew my plea for guests from A Series of Unfortunate Events Malina Weissman, Patrick Warburton, Neil Patrick Harris, Louis Hynes, K. Todd Freeman, Lucy Punch, Avi Lake, Dylan Kingwell, Will Arnett, Usman Ally, Matty Cardarople, Jacqueline & Joyce Robbins, Patrick Breen, Sara Rue, Cleo King, Kitana Turnbull, Joan Cusack, Alfre Woodard, Aasif Mandvi, Don Johnson, Chaterine O'Hara, Rhys Darby, Timothy Webber, Roger Bart, David Alan Grier, Tony Hale, Peter MacNicol, Richard E Grant, Keegan Connor Tracy And Jacqueline Toboni and Billy Campbell
  3. Excellent announcement! More Lost guests would be appreciated
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    Latest Guest Announcement - TALA ASHE

    Excellent news! Been wanting to meet her and Jes Macallan
  5. dogsoldierspoon

    2019 Anniversaries

    Already mentioned it in the guest suggestion thread, but for me mainly: Lost (15th anniversary) The Abyss (30th anniversary) The Crow (25th anniversary)
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    Guest Suggestions

    I have a lot more to put down here, which I will do much later. But I do want to get started with this one: As unlikely as it'll be, I would love for Showmasters to do a reunion for one of my favourite films ever. Not to mention 2019 is perfect as it would be the 30th anniversary of the film. Which one am I talking about? None other than THE ABYSS! I know Ed Harris might be a longshot (but then again, they got James Caan), but perhaps there's a bigger chance for Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, Todd Graff, Kimberly Scott and John Bedford Lloyd. Please Showmasters, make it happen It's also the 15th anniversary of one of my all time favorite shows: Lost. Still misisng so many, but any of the following would most certainly do (and earn you a lot of fans and money): Jorge Garcia, Josh Holloway, Yunjin Kim, Daniel Dae Kim, Evangeline Lilly, Elizabeth Mitchell, Terry O'Quinn, Naveen Andrews, Ken Leung, Jeremy Davies, Matthew Fox (you never know), Maggie Grace, Malcolm David Kelley, Michelle Rodriguez, Cynthia Watros, Zuleikha Robinson, L Scott Caldwell, Sam Anderson, Adewale Akinnuoye Agbaje, Rebecca Mader, Mira Furlan, John Terry, Alan Dale, Tania Raymonde, Francois Chau, Kiele Sanchez, Rodrigo Santoro, Sonya Walger, William Mapother, Kevin Durand, Marsha Thomason, Frederic Lehne, Blake Bashoff, Patrick Fischler, Daniel Roebuck, Michael Bowen, Mark Pellegrino, Fionulla Flanagan, Kevin Tighe, Hiroyuki Sanada, Kim Dickens, Lance Reddick, Brett Cullen, April Grace, Titus Welliver, Paula Malcomson Other anniversaries! UHF (Weird Al Yankovich) Weekend at Bernie's (Andrew McCarthy, Jonathan Silverman, Terry Kiser) Clerks (Brian O'Halloran) The Crow (Michael Wincott, Rochelle Davis, David Patrick Kelly, Laurence Mason, Angel David) A Nightmare on Elm Street (Heather Langenkamp, Ronee Blakley) and Wes Craven's New Nightmare (Miko Hughes) Sixteen Candles (Anthony Michael Hall, Molly Ringwald, John Cusack) Alien (I keep hoping for Yaphet Kotto and I haven't met Sigourney Weaver yet) The Warriors (Deborah Van Valkenburgh, Michael Beck, David Harris, David Patrick Kelly, ...) The Mummy (Brendan Fraser, Arnold Vosloo, Kevin J O'Connor, John Hannah, Patricia Velasquez) Wakko's Wish (Rob Paulsen & Tress MacNeille) Star Wars episode 1 (Andy Secombe, Lewis MacLeod, Hugh Quarshie, Oliver Ford Davies, Steve Speirs, Alan Ruscoe)
  7. dogsoldierspoon

    LFCC 2018: Highs and Lows

    Some fans just can't afford one or are only interested in the autograph. And wouldn't you pay for a diamond pass if you're certain you're going to get twice the price out of it anyway, so to speak. And those 10 fans could've used the autograph service offered by Showmasters. Personally, I'd never buy anything from a dealer. In the end, this is just a matter of opinion and I guess we'll just have to agree to disagree
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    LFCC 2018: Highs and Lows

    I do understand the one positive point of having dealers there. It just doesn't make me hate them less when I'm behind one of them . And admittedly for the busier guests, it just saddens me that a dealer walks away with 10 signed items he'll be selling, while a real fan missed out on meeting the guest. For example, I'm quite sure quite a couple of dealers got Meat Loaf items signed while people - even when they were early enough to get a low VQ ticket - missed out.
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    LFCC 2018: Highs and Lows

    Thought it was a bit of a pity that both James Caan and Steven Seagal didn't personalise. Going by their queue sizes and signing speed, I'm guessing that it's more that they didn't want to do them rather than Showmasters asked them not to. Other than that, I've got almost no complaints. Most guests were lovely enough. I wish I did take more time to have a chat, but I always feel quite rushed when I know people behind me are waiting. The only beef I have with Showmasters is that they didn't use the "no personalisation" cards for the guests that didn't to them. For some guests this would be a dealbreaker to me and probably others as well. And of course, I absolutely hate dealers.
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    Question about the Doctors (WHO)

    Good to hear they put in all that effort, despite being so popular and being there for only a day (or 2 in Capaldi's case). Hopefully I'll get the chance to meet them next time :)
  11. I decided to skip Smitt, Tennant, Capaldi and Eccleston this edition because both budget and I figured they'd be so busy with only being there for one day (except Capaldi) that it wouldn't be possible to get their autograph anyway on a regular VQ. So, I was curious if they did get through all their diamond passes eventually? Did any of them personalise? Did I make a huge mistake in not trying after all?
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    Any Steven Seagal pics or stories?

    It's hard to say what he was like as he hardly bothered conversing with anyone. On Saturday we waited close to an hour for him to return from a small 10 minute break. Showmasters eventually found him in some room, chilling, in stead of being at the autograph booth where he was supposed to be. No personalisations even though he had plenty of time. I can't help but think that LFCC was the last place he wanted to be.
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    Peter Weller Auto Problem

    Not surprised as he did the exact same thing at German Comic Con Dortmund (which is co run by Showmasters, so yeah)
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    Friday temperature

    I'd suggest everyone just relax and skip LFCC tomorrow. Go to the pool, stay in your cool hotel room. No need to come down to Olympia
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    Guest Days & Prices LFCC 2018

    Johnn Whitworth also went up 10 pounds. Would be nice if those price changes could be announced as well. Nothing's more annoying than being at the event and suddenly noticing that you'll have to rethink your entire budget because some guest suddenly charge more. I know you guys are incredibly busy, so I'm not blaming you that it didn't happen, but communication wise it would be a nice idea in the future.