If you’re a fan of the show “Bones” on Fox, then pay attention! A group of dedicated fans are planning a meetup for those who are going to be attending San Diego Comic Con. San Diego Comic Con Bones Fan Gathering 2011 is going to be huge from the sounds of it. I had a chance to ask the founders, Erin, Cally, and Christine, a few questions.
How did this idea come about?
The idea of a Bones gathering had been brewing for a while, small groups meeting the last couple years at Comic-Con, but with the large amount of fans around the world who became friends via twitter, we thought it best that something such as this Bones Fan Gathering should happen. Everything happens eventually, right.
How many fans are involved at the moment?
At the moment there are just over 50 fans around the world involved.
Does your group have any parties or meet-ups planned for San Diego Comic Con?
There are some meet-ups and possibly parties being planned, we are still working out the details of what will be going on. Most of the Bones Fan Group are staying at the same hotel and will most likely have meet ups and such there. As well as at the San Diego Comic Con Bones panel.
Which hotel is your group taking over?
The Hotel most of us are staying at is the Courtyard by Marriott San Diego, Mission Valley Hote. We reserved our rooms through the SDCC website to get a lower rate and the free pass on the bus directly to the convention center.
If someone wants to join in on the “Bones” fun, who should they contact?
All fans are welcome, the more the better. It’s always great to meet fans and make new friends. To contact us and find out more about the Bones 2011 SDCC Fan Gathering, please check out our website! There you can email us, check out our facebook page and tweet us and meet other fans going.
I want to thank the ladies for taking the time to answer some of my questions! I might have to check this out since I’m a “Bones” fan myself. If you have a fan meet-up or special event planned for San Diego Comic Con please email me the details. I’d love to spread the word!
The photo used in this post was one I took during the panel last year!