How do you feel about becoming a Comic Con veteran at this point?
Jon Huertas (Javier Esposito): Oh, this is nothing. I’ve been doing this for two years now. It’s fun, it’s amazing. Actually, I’ve always wanted to come to Comic Con before we ever did. To be honest with you, I was kinda scared to come to Comic Con, because I just didn’t think that I would know or understand how to navigate it and actually let it be entertaining to me. It just seemed daunting, it seemed overwhelming. So I’m glad I was able to come down with the show and be steered in the right direction. Now, every year I will come to Comic Con whether we’re invited or not, and check things out. I love comic books, comic book characters and superheroes.
Did Nathan give you some pointers about how to handle Comic Con,the crowds and all that?
Huertas: No, he’s selfish. He doesn’t give me anything. No, I actually haven’t seen much of Nathan during this Comic Con. We’re staying in two different hotels so we don’t meet up until we have a Castle event. I just go downstairs and walk the floor and go into the Gaslamp. People stop me, but I think that’s part of the fun for them. They get to see Stan Lee or people that they hope to get their stuff signed and photos with. I think that to hide from that and take that away from fans is just wrong. I think that our show wouldn’t be what it is today without our fans. You always have to give back to the fans. I remember being a fan of television and film when I was growing up and if I would’ve had the opportunity to meet somebody that I watched on television, it would’ve made my day, it would’ve made my life.
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