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  • http://www.dramatica.com Chris Thorne

    Hello. My name is Chris Thorne and I work for Write Brothers software. We have been an exhibitor at the con for 10 years now. My boss, Chris Huntley is a story development expert and had a very successful panel last year called “Heroes, Villians and Dramatica Archetypes”, and this year he will be doing another session dealing with story structure and development. I wanted to know if you would be interested in interviewing him for the blog? We are also sponsors of the Comic-Con International : International Film Festival. (CCI:IFF). Let me know if we can be of service to you.

    Chris Thorne
    Write Brothers Software

  • Jamie

    Can you recommend a good resource for planning so we actually *get* a hotel room and a flight? How far in advance? Good places to stay? Not-so-good places to avoid? Etc.?

  • http://sdcc.co Chris

    Hi there!
    I currently own sdcc.co and am looking for ways to add unique comic con related content. I was wondering if you would be interested in possibly joining together and helping me?
    any input is appreciated
    thanks!
    chris

  • Jen Luchsinger

    Hi_Could you list a schedule of Con Events at-a-glance? Then update it as you receive more info. Do the same for the offsite events….and then list the details below, with links to the each event on the page You’ll save us some time, since there are many to choose from…and thta number is mounting every day! Thanks!

  • angel

    Hi, I have wanted to go for years but was not able to go. I met a lady on the Trolley who said she got a senior ticket. I know there is a senior and active duty military discount, is the senior discount a senior disabled discount like the Trolley has as well as low income housing. I was wondering if they have a disabled discount and I am not sure how to find out. Almost senior ….lol… but love all the shows and have been a science fiction fan for years and write short stories.
    Thanks
    Angel

  • http://google.com janislafreniere

    are there any tickets going to be made available for Sunday?

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  • Chris

    If at all possible, please do an in-depth article on the after-math of the changes in the registration system for 2012.

    I was in line at 4 a.m. outside the Hyatt on Thursday morning and was one of the few who scored 4-day, plus preview night passes. Contrary to reports elsewhere, I actually purchased my tickets at 9:30 a.m. Thursday’s alotment of tickets DID NOT SELL OUT at 6 a.m. or 8:30 a.m. or some other randomly made-up timeframe.

    When I left the pre-registration room with my invoices for next year, the graphs at the sides of the auditorium showed that the tickets were only about 1/4 sold for the day. An announcement had gone up that all folks who had made it into the preregistration suite would have an opportunity to at least buy some tickets to some aspect of the con.

    Please if at all possible, try to update the situation on the 2012 ticket situation. I think such a story would be fascinating.

  • http://noneatthemoment Nick Palma

    Hi,

    I wanted to apologize for my behavior on Sunday at the Gaslight Pizzeria during lunchtime at the San Diego Comic Com. I was an extremely rude ASS@#% and would like to say I am sorry to them for my behavior.

    I am sorry.

    Can you also get me to an Official San Diego Comic Com blog or other blogs to send this apology out there.

    Sincerely,
    Nick

  • http://google.com janislafreniere

    I am sure that no one would hold it against you, that it was in the heat of the moment. I certainly wouldn’t have held it against you , and believe me I am french, I hold a grudge!! #SDCC on twitter is the best place to go for comic con information as far as I can tellhttp://sdccblog.com/contact-us/

  • mig0

    Do we know how many attendees there were each day, and how many tickets have so far been sold?

  • Bryan

    Hello,
    I have been to SDCC three times but will be attending Sunday for the first time. Is the exhibit hall just as exciting as the previous days? I hear that on Sunday a lot of the booths begin to tear down early. I have family that are only able to attend on a Sunday so I am hoping that it will be as enjoyable an experience as it would be if they attended any other day.

    Thanks, Bryan

  • Lisa

    If you hadn’t seen it yet, exhibitors info is up on the official website.

  • Fernando A

    Hi good afternoon, I could tell if outside the sdcc can buy some gifts such as shirts, figures, etc., and which do not have tickets and already had the trip planned, thanks

  • http://AspenSpin.com AspenSpin

    Comic Con 2012 was awesome. You guys really have it wired. Don’t leave San Diego.

    Click my article and photos.

    http://www.aspenspin.com/journal/2012/7/17/nerd-herding-at-comic-con-2012.html

  • Lavar Lacy

    hello im Lavar Lacy from salina kansas just went to my first comic con it was FRAKING AWESOME!!!!just got a sunday bage for 2013 can we have a chance to get SINGLE DAY Thurs – Sat when the bage go on sale again? 

  • Mitch Politi

    Press Release

    Mitch Politi
    D’Bomb Comics
    dbombcomic@gmail.com

    ADVENTURES IN HOTTIEWOOD, A REVOLUTION
    IN COMICS

    Ground-breaking new web comic using
    real models over comic book art.

    Arts Colony in Pomona, CA, March 15,
    2013. A new experience in comic book entertainment has been launched
    that integrates real super beauties as superheroes for a new online
    comic, “Adventures in Hottiewood.”

    A local photographer and a comic book
    illustrator have combined their respective talents into a newly
    developed web comic. Using real models in ‘cosplay ‘ motif,
    layered on top of detailed comic book layouts, these two have created
    a new wave on the comic scene in Adventures in Hottiewood. With
    gorgeous ladies, intricate costumes, and dynamic backgrounds,
    Adventures in Hottiewood has something for everyone, and an
    opportunity for everyone to help bring it to final production.

    Adventures in Hottiewood is a story of
    city corruption challenged by common people who become real heroes.
    When underdogs of downtown gain the powers we all want, you’ll want
    to find out what happens.

    The kickoff to
    help finish the comic has begun. The creators invite all to help by
    contributing to the campaign. Willing supporters even have a chance
    to be in the comic, either being an actual character, or showcasing
    their businesses inside the artwork.

    Find out more on Adventures in
    Hottiewood by going to kickstarter or going to url:
    http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1759561647/adventures-in-hottiewood.

    Real models, real participation, real
    opportunity to be part of the Adventures in Hottiewood!

  • Zombie Apocalypse Store

    Zombie Apocalypse Preview Store in the basement of the Haunted Hotel at 424 Market Street will extend a 10% discount on all merchandise for those with a Comic Con 2013 badge.

  • matt

    Just wondering with all the non comic book related panels and appearance, when do you think San Diego Comic Con will give up the ghost and rename itself San Diego Entertainment Convention or something to reflect what it’s really become

  • no one

    Tried the registration with Epic. Huge mistake as my computer froze and wound up costing me $712.00 to repair as well as several days to reload every program (they were corrupted beyond saving). Epic registration has been hacked, and is continually hacked during the Comicon rush, causing untold loss and suffering to woeful would-be attendees as I am sure I am not the only one to suffer such catastrophic failure only to be left without a working computer, no tickets, and no way to get tickets without a computer. The Epic system is broken and you are hurting people by still using it. Please stop now.

  • HarleyQuinn_xoxo

    I have a question for San Diego Comic con 2014. I will be a junior when I buy my ticket but by the time comic con is here I will be an adult..so which one do I buy?