That is a great point. I love pop culture and fan art, and completely understand that most of it falls into a grey area of what is legal. Pins/patches are very much in this category too. I think 80% of it is trash but the average consumer resonates with it because it is a different aesthetic take on a character they love. It would be interesting to see all these artists at a con with original work and ideas. I understand the majority of these artists work in some form of pop culture, comics, animation, games, etc. and so they naturally are drawn to pop culture icons. The 20% that are successful only do their take on characters that appeal to them, not every character that is currently popular. Even those walk the fine line of what is actually legal. The growth from Pasadena to Anaheim and the growth between last year and this year, I can't see them going back to Pasadena just based on size restraints alone.