I made it to Nerd HQ which moved to Petco Park.The stadium was amazing.It was Nerd HQ third year and my second time.Like before I travelled alone and felt terribly brave doing this adventure on my own,but it is so worth it.
Petco Park was a large space so after getting use to the environment i felt very at ease,of course it helped with the always nice volunteers.
Nerd HQ offered video games, and cool things to look at – including an Iron Man suit and free photo booths.They also had an auction. M0re details can be found at – http://stores.ebay.com/Auction-Cause/_i.html?_fsub=5160452014
Nerd HQ was a great place to sit down and unwind outside the hectic pace of the convention center. While sitting down i met so many generous fans who talked to me and helped me with tickets.However most people attending were there for one reason: the panels.
Nerd HQ panels :(Pink I went to)
The Maze Runner
Zac Levi & Mystery guests
300:Rise of an Empire
Thrilling adventure hour
Kick Ass 2
Serenity Movie in the park
Nathan Fillion x2
Jared & Jenson
The panels were held throughout the week in an an intimate room with only 250 seats and a stage.The best is that all proceeds benefited Operation Smile.
It was also a great place to have a guaranteed seat for some of the mostly highly anticipated smaller SDCC panels, including Dr Who and Haven. It was also a place to see many unique panels like Yahoo! webseries Tiny Commando.
Zachary levi who was currently doing broadway show First Date was saving his voice so this year he had assistant hosts Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion.
I had a fantastic time and recommend anyone who to come and join the nerdolution