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TR!CKSTER: San Diego’s Creator-Owned Pop-Up Store, Gallery and Party
As part of the growing creator-owned comics activism (and perhaps as a response to the increasingly extra-comics nature of Comic-Con International), a large group of comics writers and artists have conspired to created TR!CKSTER, a multi-purpose event and retail space across the street from the San Diego Convention Center, site of this summer's massive comics convention...
ONE MORE TIME: Comic-Con Tickets Go on Sale February 5
Delayed almost as many times as the Spider-Man musical, registration for Comic-Con International is now set for Saturday, February 5 2011. Attendees are advised to visit the official registration page beginning at 9 a.m. Pacific Standard Time to book their tickets, which are available as four-day passes for $105 ($52 for children) or single-day passes for $37 each ($18 for children)...
San Diego Comic-Con Convention Center Expansion Includes Rooftop Park
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...
For Real This Time, Comic-Con Registration Begins on November 22
Alright, let's try this again. Set your alarms for 6 a.m. (PST) on November 22, when Comic-Con International makes its second attempt to open registration for the 2011 San Diego show that runs Thursday, July 21 through Sunday, July 24. Adult attendees will be able to purchase either four-day memberships for $105 or single-day memberships for $37...
SDCC: The Prisoner Looks to Escape the Odds
It's always daunting to remake a classic. In TV circles, it doesn't get much more "classic" than The Prisoner. In a press conference at Comic-Con International Friday, the cast and creative team from AMC's six-episode remake discussed the rigors of re-envisioning Patrick McGoohan's landmark show...
Comic-Con: They Got the Press Room Right
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...

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