Last week's San Diego Comic-Con International spawned scores of news stories, pop culture insights and cosplay photos. In fact, we're still catching our collective breath at ComicsAlliance. In the spirit of guiding our valued readers to the items they may have missed while in the belly of the news-consuming beast this past weekend, we've put together a helpful recap to efficiently deliver links to the things you may have missed, or simply want to indulge in again
This week, Comic-Con International kicks off in San Diego, and just in case there wasn't enough to do crammed into four days of the world's biggest comic book and pop culture convention, we here at ComicsAlliance have decided to add a little extra fun of our own. So if you're heading to
As you may have heard, this week kicks off Comic-Con International in San Diego, the biggest comic book convention in the world. For a lot of fans of comics and pop culture, this is one of the most important and most entertaining events of the year. And for others, setting foot on the Sa
If all goes according to plan, things are going to get swanky at Comic-Con. A proposed expansion of the San Diego Convention Center includes a five-acre rooftop park, which would be amazing for taking a break from the chaos of the con floor, or for outdoor programming, or for nighttime parties, all with a gorgeous view of the San Diego bay. The design by C
Update: According to the official San Diego Comic-Con International website, registration for the 2011 show is on hold due to technical difficulties. A new registration date will reportedly be announced on Monday, November 8.
Following tireless rumors that the world's largest comics and pop culture convention would move to Los Angeles or Anaheim, Comic-Con International confirmed via press release on Thursday that the show, better known as San Diego Comic-Con, will remain in downtown San Diego through 2015.
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It's easy enough to whine about the crowds or the lines or the food, etc., at Comic-Con International. But it's organizers certainly got the press room right.
This is where most of the stories you read online at TV Squad and other sites (at least I think there are other sites) are written and filed. General at
Comic Con. It's almost here. Can you feel it? Are you ready?
No, of course not. You're not going. While all of your friends are packing bags and taking out second mortgages for the Nerd Prom, you're looking forward to a "What Not to Wear" marathon, nine bags of eviscerated pork rinds, and a desperate struggle to stave off the tears that well behind the glassy veneer of your bloodshot, disappointed eyes. Just like
While John, Chris, and Wayne are basking in the glow of Comic-Con and I am stuck in the drudgery of Manhattan, I bring news that should brighten your day--I know it did mine. But first I pose a question: what do you do if you're an adult entert
This is the big one! The CBLDF holds its biggest auction of the year at Comic-Con, and this year brings some amazing one-of-a-kind items to raise money for free speech! This year's items include original art by Jim Lee, Jeff Smith, Todd McFarlane, Paul Pope, Neil Gaiman, Brian Bendis, Jim Starlin, David Lloyd, Juan Santacruz, Terry Moore, and many, many, many more! Click here for a full illustrated preview!
You will need a bidder number for this auction, which can be obtained, along with a full auction list, at the CBLDF booth #1831 or at the start of the event. The CBLDF Auction will b