Monthly Archives: July 2011

VIDEO: Nathan Fillion and the Castle Panel SDCC 2011

Nathan Fillion is the consummate showman at Comic-Con. He’s a fan, first and foremost, just like all of us; he just happens to be lucky enough to sit on the other side of the table. And as a fan, he knows just what the audience wants, and he delivers in spades. On Sunday, I asked all of our readers via ... Read More »

See My SDCC 2011 Photos on Flickr!

SDCC 2011, a set on Flickr. If you followed us at all during Comic-Con this year, you would know that my thumbs were getting quite a workout keeping all of you up to date on pre-registration news, line queues and swag giveaways. On top of all that, we did manage to take a few pictures during the con, although not ... Read More »

Attack The Block Screening at Comic-Con 2011

This isn’t meant to be a review, but we just have to say it: If you’re lucky enough to live in seven cities – New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Austin, San Francisco, Seattle and Toronto – you must include going to see Attack The Block in this weekend’s plans. The British import, executive produced by Edgar Wright and written and ... Read More »

San Diego Comic-Con 2011: Sunday

Traditionally, Sunday at Comic-Con is a subdued affair. Most of the AAA panels have already come and gone, exhibitors have run out of their exclusive merchandise and the schedules and audience is focused on family fare. But this year was a bit different – Ballroom 20 was closed, we still had some anticipated television panels, and the 2012 pre-registration saga ... Read More »

Hosting a Panel at Comic-Con 2011: A Firsthand Account reader Tyler Miller sent us a firsthand account on how he went about planning and hosting his SDCC panel, geekEd: Bringing Geek Back to Higher Education, at Comic-Con 2011. Interested in what it takes to pull off a successful panel? Read on. It was Comic-Con 2010.  My first.  Overwhelming to say the least as my wife and two kids ... Read More »

Post Comic-Con Plans

Thanks to all of our readers for following the site and our Twitter account during the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend. The coverage doesn’t end here. We’ll continue to update the site over the next couple of weeks with our annual wrap-up posts, as well as first-hand accounts of the Cowboys and Aliens premiere, video of the Castle ... Read More »

San Diego Comic-Con 2011: Saturday

I’ve talked before about how front-loaded the programming schedule was for Comic-Con 2011. In my analysis of the schedules, it was hard-pressed to find a panel I didn’t want to attend, and Saturday and Sunday it was nearly the opposite. I also wrote how I was expecting a surprise from Hollywood, as it seemed they were clearing the schedule for ... Read More »

San Diego Comic-Con 2011: Friday

Day two of Comic-Con had attendees a little on edge. First, the pre-registration had most freaked out about the line that snaked even farther down the marina than on Thursday, and they worried about their chances on attending in 2012. And the wait time throughout the day Thursday for Ballroom 20 was in jeopardy of being eclipsed by Friday’s maxed ... Read More »

San Diego Comic-Con 2011: Thursday

The first day of Comic-Con was a day of surprises. And not the kind those who have been going to the con are normally used to. The big news leading into the con was that Twilight was going to open the Hall H schedule. A couple of years back, Twi-hards filled the convention hall and caused some ill will with ... Read More »

The Controversy of the 2012 Comic-Con Pre-Registration

It’s been no secret how trying the ticket registration process has been for this year’s con. First it started when it was announced all Preview Night tickets for 2011 were sold to attendees last year, during pre-registration. That created a frenzy for everyone who wanted to get tickets this year, to make a mad dash to the online ticket registration ... Read More »