SOURCE: Bruno Wang Taiwan
LONDON--(Marketwire - July 14, 2012) - Bruno Wang, a lifelong fan and critic of film, anime culture, science fiction and other types of popular culture, hereby provides the public with a recap of his experiences and perspectives regarding the 2012 London Film and Comic Con that took place from July 6 through July 12 at the Olympia Grand Hall. Bruno Wang and his wife traveled across the Atlantic Ocean from California to attend this happening, and the entire event was one to behold and one that provided something special for everyone who attended.
For someone like Bruno Wang, a long-time anime fan, the anime exhibit and zone at the event was really something to see. There were more displays and discussions than Mr. Wang could possibly have attended as just one person, so he spent his time attempting to pick out his favorites and learning a little bit more about a form of entertainment that he truly loves.
In terms of specific events, Mr. and Mrs. Wang really enjoyed the discussion regarding The X Files with Gillian Anderson. While the show itself may seem somewhat dated now that it's been several years since it's been on American television as a new series, anyone who listened to those speaking including Ms. Anderson quickly began to understand just how groundbreaking this television series was. Mr. Wang was never aware of all of the controversy that existed behind the scenes regarding some of the topics of the episodes, nor was he fully aware of the amount of fan loyalty the show created all over the world.
The science fiction zone was also something to behold, as it provided demonstrations regarding different film and technology techniques that are used to provide audiences with thrills and alternative experiences. From there Mr. Wang spent some time with the Batmobile that has been used in that series of films and got to see just how advanced this piece of transcendent technology is and what vehicles could look like someday in the distant future.
Overall, the 2012 London Film and Comic Con was worth the effort to come and experience, and Bruno Wang is one American film and culture critic and commentator who highly recommends these types of events to anyone around the world who wants to obtain an up-close and personal perspective on what this aspect of our global culture is all about.