Sign This Oh Mighty Emma Caulfield!!!!
Tien and I am gearing up for Wizard World this weekend. I must say that I am so excited about the line-up. There's famed artists like Mark Millar who is creator of the hit comic, Image's Kick Ass and also writes for Marvel's Fantastic Four, . Celebs that are showing up are Michelle Rodriguez, the girl that kicks butt in the Fast and the Furious, Gary Coleman (I am at a loss of words right now), Lou Ferringo (the original Incredible Hulk), Margot Kidder ("Lois Lane" with Christopher Reeves as "Clark Kent" in the classic Superman movies), Todd Bridges, Billy Dee Williams, Doug Jones (that scary one eyed Cyclops in Pan's Labyrinth that gave me the heebie jeebies), and a host of other names. I must say that I am very, very excited for this year.
But being a big Buffy, the Vampire Slayer fan and an avid collector of all things Slayer, I am so happy to see that Emma Caulfield will be gracing Chicago with her presence. I don't know what she's supposed to be signing, but I'm most eager for her John Hancock to grace my one of a kind Anya featuring bunny suit action figure, a itsy-weensy replica of the one she wore in Season Four's Halloween episode, "Fear Itself." Now that would be all kinds of sweet! Anya is this funny ancient demon in the body of a mortal high school chick who is deathly afraid of bunnies. She wears the costume thinking that we mere humans would be afraid as well, lol.
What's so frightening about something so cute, so harmless? I laughed so many times at Emma's portrayal of this hilarious character. Boy! I bet she'd be a real hoot to meet. Maybe I'll even manage to get her to sing her part of the "I've Got a Theory" song.
"Bunnies aren't so cute like everybody supposes,
They've got those hoppy legs
And twitched little noses.
And what's with all the carrots.
Why do they need such good eyesight anyway?
Bunnies! Bunnies! It must be bunnies.
Or maybe midgets."
Maybe not, but LMAO!!!!! That's some memorable stuff.