While we wait on news about the general badge sales for San Diego Comic-Con, for those who qualify as a Professional and either need to
As previously announced, San Diego Comic-Con will be requiring masks during the event, and verification of full COVID-19 vaccination status or proof of a negative
[UPDATE July 8] Comic-Con International has e-mailed out instructions for those who requested. At long last, yes, you can register your aged out child-to-junior. [UPDATE
Comic-Con International is once again offering badge auctions via eBay with proceeds going directly to the Comic-Con Museum in Balboa Park. Each auction will be
If you’re staying on Coronado Island during San Diego Comic-Con, one of your biggest concerns may be how to get the convention center every day.
Badges are being mailed out this year — but there are still a few reasons you might need to pick up your badge on site.
The single most frequently asked question about San Diego Comic-Con this year hasn’t been, “When will badges ship?” It’s been, “When will Professional Registration open?”
A lot has changed at the Hilton Bayfront, one of the most popular hotels during San Diego Comic-Con and home to the Indigo Ballroom, since
For those who missed out on badges to San Diego Comic-Con 2022, back when they sold in 2019, there is one door still open to
It’s been three years (and some change) since we had to suffer through Hotelpocalypse, otherwise known as the General Hotel Sale for San Diego Comic-Con.
Shortboxed, an app for buying and selling comic books, wants to send you to San Diego Comic-Con this summer. Throughout the month of May, Shortboxed
If you thought getting a badge to San Diego Comic-Con was tough, you better buckle in for the bumpy ride that is the General Hotel
It’s the moment you’ve waited years for (and dreaded for years as well). Comic-Con International has finally given us some more information about the dreaded
When are Early Bird Hotel Sales happening? The answer is right now. The Early Bird Hotel Sale is back for 2022, with reservations now
[UPDATE March 26] Comic-Con International appears to have corrected the situation. Their statement reads in part: “ALL “Not Due” professionals, including those who last verified