and no people from the board were there. So figured I'd share what it was like. A couple of months ago, we decided to host Johnny Cupcakes on his Suitcase tour. (Check out http://www.johnnycupcakes.com/tour/ for some info). We knew of his great brand/t-shirts and his crazy fan base. Also since johnny is a old straight edge kid, he and I had a few common friends. Win/win situation. Well people started getting in line on Thursday night for the Friday event. At about 9 pm, I stopped by the store to check out the line and there were about 10 people in line. We brought them snacks as we knew it would a long night for them. By 10am the next day there were about 20 or so in line. I had expectations but was blown away to see the biggest line Japantown has ever seen. By 6pm, an hour before the event even started, this is what the line looked like: the scene inside I snapped a photo as Johnny got stopped in the mall for an autograph as we went to go get some food before hand. Here is the line at 12am,( we didn't leave until 3am) General count at end of the night. There about 500+ people for a "low key" event Despite whether you "get it" or not. Johnny is a very nice guy(he stopped and talked to just about all 500 people) with an incredible work ethic. If he is coming through your town on the cupcake tour. Stop by and say hello to him and his staff and tell him Super7 says hello. PS- I love you guys and all but maybe we should stop making toys and start selling "Brian Pancakes" shirts.