2010 has been awesome for SDCC Blog. Our traffic increased 6x from last year and we were able to provide improved and increased coverage of Comic-Con. Unfortunately this year’s con has passed and we’re taking a break until next June when we plan to start our coverage of Comic-Con 2011 (barring any unforeseen circumstances)! There will still be infrequent updates … Read More
Though Comic-Con is an awesome place, it is also an odd place. People from every background and part of the world fill San Diego with costumes, experiences, and events that couldn’t happen anywhere else. In this post I’m counting down the five weirdest things that happened to me at SDCC this year.
Now that the attendees are back in their homes and San Diego has returned to its peaceful self, I’m tacking a look back at the highlights and lowlights of this year’s con. What blew SDCC away? What made every man, women, and child in Hall H shed a tear? Read on!
TNT brought only one show to Comic-Con but whether you realized what it was or not, it had a big presence. Though many attendees might find it’s viral “2nd Mass” more recognizable, Falling Skies invaded the con and we got a first hand look at the viral, the stars, and the first footage from the series. Read on for what … Read More
The final day of Comic-Con 2010 ended with a bang in Ballroom 20 with some of the biggest shows at the con trotting out talent, clips, and overall awesomeness. Read on for all that occured.
I’ve been traveling since I left the con around noon so the Sunday wrap-up won’t be online until tomorrow. In addition we’ll have interviews with the Falling Skies cast and crew. They include a ton of new and cool info. Check back soon!
The Community Panel – Photo by Chuck Young I’m back again with a rundown for the second-to-last day of Comic-Con 2010. Hall H was amazing and Ballroom 20 had some interesting programs too, so read on for everything that went down.
SDCC Blog reader Zach Marcus sent in these reviews of the Scott Pilgrim Experience, Xbox Room at the Hard Rock Hotel, and Flynn’s Arcade. I thought I’d pass them along as I don’t think I’ll be able to visit all of these.
Just like Thursday’s recap, I’ve decided everything into TV and Movies. I attended a lot more smaller panels today though, so I will also be talking about those. Read on for what went down.
Thursday was a pretty big day on both the movie and TV front with a variety of things filling Hall H and USA taking over Ballroom 20. Let’s take a look: