>>10619195> I'm happy all the covid restrictions are going out the window just in time, I guess.
Is this really impacting the con much, though? The only rollback on restrictions I notice that Colossalcon made was now you won't have to wear masks in the hallways. But you'll still have to wear them when you're in any of the major areas of the con (dealer's room, autographing areas, etc.).
That aside, it could still be a good time. If we're gonna be real here, the actual convention part of Colossalcon was always mediocre at best. It's mainly about the waterpark, parties, drinking, etc., and that stuff shouldn't really be hampered by covid stuff.
The big question is if the reduced attendance is going to make the con more comfy, or if attendance will be so low that it ends up being really dull.
Here's hoping it's the former.