When I realized that Val Kilmer would be attending Terrificon this August, I immediately thought of my Warwick Davis signed Willow photo, and how incomplete it was without his signature. A decision needed to be made. Was it too far away? Would I regret not attending, since he makes rare appearances? I did not hesitate, and I immediately purchased a ticket.
I recently added Val Kilmer to my Warwick Davis signed Willow photo at Terrificon.
When I realized that Corey Feldman and Ke Huy Quan would be attending Fan Expo Boston the following week, I immediately thought of my Sean Astin signed Goonies photo, and how incomplete it was without their signatures as well. I asked myself the same questions, and I made the same decision. I did not hesitate, and I immediately purchased a badge. I hope to add Jeff Cohen to the photo one day as well. Hopefully I will not need to travel to Astoria, Oregon in order to accomplish that.
I recently added Corey Feldman and Ke Huy Quan to my Sean Astin signed Goonies photo at Fan Expo Boston. I hope to add Jeff Cohen to the photo one day as well.
In our hobby, we more often regret not getting an autograph than we do getting an autograph. I did not want to have any regrets. As exhausting as my back to back trips were from New York, I was able to add the autographs to my photos, and I am very happy with the results.
My Swamp Thing #1 comic book that Derek Mears recently signed at Terrificon. I plan to add Adrienne Barbeau's autograph as well in October.
I am currently planning a trip in October to Salem, Massachusetts in order to add Adrienne Barbeau to my Swamp Thing #1 comic book. I already had it signed by Derek Mears at Terrificon. Is this taking my hobby too far? How far would you go to add an autograph to one of your pieces? How far have you already gone?