WHO Poll
Q: 2022/23 You are the Chairman what do you do with Moyes?
a. Stick with him obviously, he's delivered two good seasons back to back and will see us out of this dip in form
32%
  
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
28%
  
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
32%
  
d. I've just got my new Orange & White 3rd Kit with Moyesinho on the back, I can't wait to wear it down to the supermarket, they call me Mr West Ham around here
7%
  



delboy 2:11 Sat Jun 17
comic con in october
taking the granddaughter for her birthday at the excel

anyone been to one of these things before, aint really got a clue as to what to expect other than a load of comic fans dressed up. is it gonna cost a fortune in souveniers etc

any advice would be greatly appreciated

Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

DocMarten 8:21 Sat Jun 17
Re: comic con in october
I went last year with my wife and young nephew.

Defo buy tickets with priority entry. Other than that, enjoy it. At first you just think weirdo's, but hats off to them. If that's your escape from a days drudgery, then good luck to you.

I came away with an awesome Hulk picture/painting..

Doc

WSM Hammer 6:52 Sat Jun 17
Re: comic con in october
Just noticed there's one down here in Weston Super mare he anyone is down by the seaside in August!!



http://www.starsoftime.co.uk/Tickets.html

Grumpster 9:25 Sat Jun 17
Re: comic con in october
My mates all went in May and loved it.

They're all 43 and are massive geeks, like my good self.

Slipster 9:12 Sat Jun 17
Re: comic con in october
Yeah, very easy to get too. From WH get the Jubilee to Canning Town and then the DLR to Prince Regent. Then it's about a 5 min walk from there.

It's very well organised and marshalled along the whole route. Leave with plenty of time as it does get busy (there were about 100,000+ visitors across the whole weekend I read somewhere) and security will be tight. Avoid bringing a bag if you can and you'll be a lot quicker getting in...

delboy 2:58 Sat Jun 17
Re: comic con in october
shes 14, doubt she'll want her face painted, tatts more likely, we'll probably have to get the iron throne pic for her mum(massive game of thrones fan), her mum sorted tickets as gone for priority, dont know how much.

think priority have been on sale since december, wouldnt swear on that though. be going from west ham station is getting there relatively easy?

Slipster 2:46 Sat Jun 17
Re: comic con in october
Exactly! Yes, bring plenty of money - food and drink at the Excel is pricey.

As for the rest of the show you can spend as much or as little as you like. Plenty of merchandise for sale and you could have your picture taken on the Iron Throne (Game of Thrones) for a tenner. Plenty of free stuff too (not sure how old your granddaughter is but there was free face painting / kids tattoos etc)

Where did u get tickets from? I can't see any for sale on the net yet....I'm tempted to go again!

Blunders 2:33 Sat Jun 17
Re: comic con in october
seen some ridiculously hot geeky girls going to these things.....


if you like that kind of thing.

delboy 2:27 Sat Jun 17
Re: comic con in october
brilliant mate thanks for the advice, bit like the ideal home exhibition for comic geeks then, do i need a full wallet? food and drinks etc

Slipster 2:25 Sat Jun 17
Re: comic con in october
Delboy, I took my 6 year old daughter to this in May (also at Excel) and didn't really know what to expect. We really enjoyed ourselves - loads to see and do, loads of gaming, people dressed up (most of the costumes are brilliant), film memorabilia, plenty of 'D' list celebrities (though u have to pay for autographs / photos - we didn't bother), gadgets, technology. Basically there is something for everyone.

I thought we'd be there for 2 hours max, and ended up being there for nearly 6...





Copyright 2006 WHO.NET | Powered by: