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Guide to Autograph Ticket Drawings in the Sails Pavilion

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Even for convention veterans, getting autographs at San Diego Comic-Con can be one of the most confusing procedures there is – and that’s in large part because almost no two autograph sessions are run the same way. For some, simply showing up at the booth on the exhibit floor in time for the signing is enough. For others, you must ... Read More »

What to Expect: SDCC Preparation for July 2014

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It’s now July, which means that Comic-Con is this month. Are you prepared? Well, alright, no one is probably ever completely prepared, but your best option for ensuring you make the most of the behemoth that is Comic-Con is keeping up with the important information. But don’t worry! We’ve got you covered. Here’s what you can expect over the few weeks ... Read More »

Five Steps to Planning a Fan-tastic SDCC Event

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When we talk to our organizers of comic cons, gamer tournaments, and fan meetups, one of the top items they ask for help with is getting the word out and attracting more fans to their event. As San Diego Comic Con quickly approaches, we wanted to share our favorite ways to drive higher attendance so you can spend more time ... Read More »

SDCC Pro Tip: Prepping Your Offsite Schedule

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Our Offsite Event calendar has been going strong for five years. We’ve captured hundreds of events – over 150 in 2013 alone – and each year we see more and more organizers setting up events outside of the Convention Center, capitalizing on the built-in audience traveling to San Diego for Comic-Con. But 2014 will be particularly important for attendees, as this is ... Read More »

What To Expect: SDCC Preparation for June 2014

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It’s now June, and that means that we can officially state that San Diego Comic-Con is next month. Are you prepared? Well, alright, no one is probably ever completely prepared, but your best option for ensuring you make the most of the behemoth that is Comic-Con is keeping up with the important important. But don’t worry! We’ve got you covered. Here’s ... Read More »

A Tour of Ace Parking’s New Comic-Con Parking Sales System

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During our conversation with Ace Parking Chief Information Officer Jon Gjerset, we were able to get the first public demonstration of the company’s new parking sales system built for Comic-Con. Users won’t be able to kick the tires on it until closer to the announced May 20 sale date, but we are able to share with our readers an early peek at ... Read More »

What to Expect: SDCC Preparation for May 2014

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It’s now May, and that means in less than 85 days, San Diego Comic-Con will be upon us.  Are you prepared? Well, alright, no one is probably ever completely prepared, but your best option for ensuring you make the most of the behemoth that is Comic-Con is keeping up with the important important. But don’t worry! We’ve got you covered. ... Read More »

WonderCon 2014: A Tour of the Convention Center with The Con Fluence

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Our pal Shawn “The Con Fluence” Marshall is THE authority on conventions. With us covering WonderCon Anaheim for the first time this year, he was gracious enough to give us a tour with commentary from his vast knowledge and experience of attending in prior years. Come with us, won’t you? As we take a walk around the inside of the ... Read More »