What You Missed: BlizzCon, OC Zombie Walk, "What the Eff R U Wearing??" Party

What'd you miss this weekend? Halloween got off to an early start: First we went to BlizzCon at the Anaheim Convention Center and ogled all the awesome/nerdy costumes. Then that night, we headed over to the "What the Eff R U Wearing??" party at Club M in Laguna Beach. Thennnn, lastly, we checked out the OC Zombie Walk at Triangle Square in Costa Mesa for some good, clean, undead fun. As usual: More pics, more info, more links after the jump! 

What You Missed: BlizzCon, OC Zombie Walk, "What the Eff R U Wearing??" Party
Doug Neill/OC Weekly

On Friday night, the Fourth Annual "What the Eff R U Wearing??" Party took place at Club M in Laguna Beach. Hipster fun, yep. Take a look at the full slideshow here.

What You Missed: BlizzCon, OC Zombie Walk, "What the Eff R U Wearing??" Party
Keith May/OC Weekly

Starting at 4:45 p.m. on Saturday night, the living dead gathered on the top level of the Triangle Square parking structure in Costa Mesa and draaaagged themselves around the block for the OC Zombie Walk. The event benefited the OC Food Bank. See the photos here!

What You Missed: BlizzCon, OC Zombie Walk, "What the Eff R U Wearing??" Party
Christopher Victorio/OC Weekly

The fifth annual BlizzCon took place Friday through Saturday at the Anaheim Convention Center. 20,000 fans of titles like World of Warcraft, Diablo and StarCraft convened, while nearly a million viewers watched from home. The first day of BlizzCon featured costume contests, an appearance by comedian Jay Mohr, and two Blizzard fan even got engaged live onstage. Aw. See the pics from Day One here! Day Two of BlizzCon centered more around the actual gaming aspect of the convention, as well as appearances by celebrity designers. See Day Two images here


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