The event has become at Ferencváros Cultural Center this time, and I’m already quite comfortable with this, thanks to TimePass. A series of lectures await all visitors on the grand stage, projector, and in the outbuildings where the various cosplay clubs held reports and an interesting teahouse story within their own fandom. For me, the most anticipated program is Superheroes vs. Politics, Dr. Csaba Tóth’s lecture, and the usual sci-fi round table discussion. Meanwhile, during the break, the Hungarian Doctor Who team released the video of the Ghostbusters Parody video, which I even saw a lot.
In the great hall, the cosplay clubs themselves took their seats, and they had all we wanted to do: Stargate, Doctor Who, Throne Fight, Star Trek, Star Wars – and almost everybody made some interactive games. It was a pleasure to see so many familiar faces. However, there were not too many visitors to the event, and unfortunately, they had the stamps of the afternoon programs, many of which were left out.
At the same time, due to the reduced number of visitors, the mood of the cosplayers was much more liberal, and a wave of photography began, which Teddy Bear’s adorable troll remarks made even more fun. These moments put the balance of the Sabbath day in place, but it is unfortunate that this was due to the runaway company rather than the organizers. I’m a bit sad as I’ve been to Hungarocon for years and I did not use this visitor number. I hope that the next such event will be much better off – I will, in any case, hold back and look forward to the next event in good faith.