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We’ll have one more, very special, countdown post later today, and if we’re lucky, I may be able to post some photos from the convention over the weekend. It’s all a matter of time management.
I’ve told you about some of the cool things planned for JoeLanta and The Great Atlanta Toy Convention. Today we’re going to show you even more of the wild and fun things happening this weekend.
Now, to be honest with my readers, we’ve been down here for several days. I wrote almost two week’s worth of PopCult posts in advance so that I could take my time to pack, hunt down items for the lobby swap, and make my way down here in a leisurely fashion.
As you read this, I’m probably on my way to Stone Mountain to see the Cody lane Memorial Toy and Diorma Museum temporary exhibit at the Historic Train Depot. Registration for the deluxe packages is Friday night and the onslaught begins Saturday morning.
I’ll be back home on Monday and will jump feet-first into editing the wrap-up video, which I’m hoping will be online less than one week after you’re reading these words. I will offer up one spoiler: Don’t be surprised if, next year, the name is simplified to “ToyLanta!”
Okay, it’s not so much a spoiler anymore. Next year the name will be shortened to “ToyLanta,” but the JoeLanta roots will still be honored with the Commander’s Package and exclusive figures.
Understandably, I’ve got JoeLanta on my mind, so that’s what the PopCulteer is about today. Check out these cool parts of the grand puzzle that is JoeLanta and The Great Atlanta Toy Convention.
That’s if for this week’s PopCulteer. Check back for all our regular features and with luck, some special updates from the show.