Guides

Countdown to Comic-Con: You’re In Hall H, Now What?

Inside SDCC Hall H - Right

We’re counting down the weeks leading up to Comic-Con by reposting some of our important SDCC tips which have appeared on the blog over the years, updated with current information. You can find all of our guides under the main menu, or by clicking here. Our favorite part of Comic-Con, and the aspect that takes up most people’s time, is the ... Read More »

Video: SDCC Hasbro Exclusives Tips

As you might have noticed, there is no shortage of exclusives at San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC). While obtaining these elusive treats is a hobby for most of us, there are a lot of pros out there that we’ll be competing with on the crowded convention floor. One quick search on eBay for “SDCC” will quickly show you how much these exclusives can ... Read More »

Countdown to Comic-Con: Schedule Anxiety!

We’re counting down the weeks leading up to Comic-Con by reposting some of our important SDCC tips which have appeared on the blog over the years, updated with current information. You can find all of our guides under the main menu, or by clicking here. When the schedule is released, you’ll undoubtedly go through the descriptions for each panel and give ... Read More »

Which Day Pass Should You Select? Here’s What We Know

Three months and counting until SDCC!

Now that the details regarding badge resales have been announced, it’s time for you to make some hard decisions. If you can pick just one day (and we’re waiting to confirm you will be able to pick more than one day if you are selected in the drawing), what day should that be? That’s a difficult question. There’s so much ... Read More »

Twitter Tips: Who To Follow ‘Outside’ Comic-Con

In our series of which Twitter accounts to follow (see also Inside Comic-Con) we bring you the lists below to help you in staying up-to-date with outside events and parties, virals, celebrity sightings, and other things to do during SDCC. News, Updates & Events Geek & Sundry @GeekandSundry – The creators of awesome web series and hosts of an outside event during SDCC. The Nerd ... Read More »

Twitter Tips: Companies to Follow During Comic-Con

With not long to go, now is when some of the most important planning for San Diego Comic-Con takes place. Just like the start of a sport’s season, the month leading up to the opening is crucial for a successful season. We revisit this topic each year and have found that one of the most frequently underestimated components of preparation for ... Read More »

Countdown to Comic-Con: Exhibit Hall

Three months and counting until SDCC!

We’re counting down the weeks leading up to Comic-Con by reposting some of our important SDCC tips which have appeared on the blog over the years, updated with current information. You can find all of our guides under the main menu, or by clicking here. Navigating the Exhibit Hall an integral part of almost every attendee’s experience. Whether you’re looking for ... Read More »

Video: Survival Tips Outside San Diego Comic-Con

As you might have seen, there is no shortage of lists and tips on the internet on how to survive the rigors of San Diego Comic-Con. However, this is no longer a simple convention that attendees can roll into without serious prep. As such, we decided to take our survival tips to the next level and provide a video guide ... Read More »

I Am Hall H: A Guide To The Biggest Stage At Comic-Con

Inside SDCC Hall H - Right

With San Diego Comic-Con fast approaching, and many of you already starting your 2013 preparations, we wanted to take a step “inside” the San Diego Convention Center to give you a look at some of the rooms and locations in which you’ll be spending most of your time. Today’s look is at the infamous Hall H. Site of some of ... Read More »

Tech Tips from @evico: Build Your Environment!

The San Diego Comic-Con information stampede has already begun, so it is a good idea to start building that EGO PLAN we talked about earlier. The key to a good plan is a sound foundation and the base for my EGO PLAN is the Environment. That being said the Environment should be something that you are fairly knowledgeable and comfortable ... Read More »