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Wynonna Earp Dominated San Diego Comic-Con 2018 for Fans

In Features, Interviews by Andy WagnerLeave a Comment

San Diego Comic-Con 2018 could (arguably) go down in history as the year of the Earper. The SYFY show took their parent network’s SDCC slogan “It’s a Fan Thing” and turned it up to 11 by practically being everywhere. Wynonna Earp is one of those rare TV shows whose entire cast and crew has embraced their fandom by showing massive … Read More

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Proceed with Caution: Comic-Con Attendees Experience Highs and Lows of Using Airbnb for Convention Lodging

In Badge/Hotel News, General News, Interviews by Kerry Dixon2 Comments

Hotelpocalypse. The word alone strikes fear in the hearts of many San Diego Comic-Con attendees, as there simply aren’t enough downtown hotels to lodge the 130,000+ attendees who descend upon the Gaslamp Quarter and surrounding areas every July. Obviously, not everyone attending the convention needs a hotel or even wants to stay downtown – but with only 11,000 or so … Read More

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SDCC 2017- Riverdale Interviews

In Interviews by Kara DupreeLeave a Comment

CW’s hit show Riverdale wrapped its first season back in May, and the second season which premieres tonight promises plenty of surprises and fun. We had the opportunity to catch up with the cast at San Diego Comic- Con to learn all about season two. Riverdale, which is based on the Archie comics, brings all your favorite characters to your TV … Read More

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Cryptozoic Entertainment Talks San Diego Comic-Con Exclusives, Process, More

In Exclusives, Features, General News, Interviews by Kerry Dixon2 Comments

Cryptozoic Entertainment jumpstarted this year’s San Diego Comic-Con exclusives season with the very first pre-sale of the year — for their gorgeous DC Comics Bombshells Golden Goddess Series. The pre-sale for the first 50 of the limited 250 sets sold out in minutes, though you’ll still be able to get your hands on a set if you hurry to Booth … Read More

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CCI, onPeak Offer Insight to San Diego Comic-Con General Hotel Sale 2016

In Badge/Hotel News, Features, Interviews by Kerry Dixon67 Comments

Securing a hotel to San Diego Comic-Con is a crucial piece of the puzzle for any attendee, but it may just be the most difficult one. Although Comic-Con International works to secure reduced rate room blocks for those at the convention, there are simply more attendees than there are rooms in that block, and that rooms outside of that block … Read More

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Dead Rising: Watchtower Director Zach Lipovsky Discusses Zombie Apocalypse, Comic-Con, More

In Features, Interviews, Panel & Autograph News by Kerry Dixon1 Comment

Capcom’s Dead Rising seems like the kind of video game that’s tailor-made for a film – it’s got action, it’s funny, it’s got darker, scarier vibes, an intricate plot line spread across the franchise, and of course, it’s got zombies. And this month, the series will finally get a cinematic release in the form of Dead Rising: Watchtower, from studio … Read More

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Super7 Reveals Details On Two Big Comic-Con Exclusives – Interview with Owner Brian Flynn [Video]

In Exclusives, Interviews by Jeremy Rutz2 Comments

We had the opportunity to speak with Super7 owner and founder Brian Flynn and gain insight on the company’s big plans for Comic-Con this year. We also got the big scoop on not one but two unannounced Super7 exclusives as well as a big Friday night event the company has planned for SDCC. After last year’s success with the Alien ReAction … Read More

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WonderCon 2014: Talking Food Trucks with Burger Monster

In WonderCon by Kerry Dixon4 Comments

As anyone who attended WonderCon can probably attest to, one of the most prominent features of the convention this year was actually outside the convention center — the food trucks. This year Comic-Con International upped the amount of four-wheeled eateries to ten, and the food trucks formed a line along the plaza in between the Hilton and Marriott hotels, where … Read More

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Zachary Levi Reveals Nerd HQ Crowdfunding Tactics

In Editorials/Opinions, General News, nerd hq, Offsites by Kerry Dixon2 Comments

Three years ago, whether he intended to or not, Zachary Levi changed San Diego Comic-Con for the better. While there had always been offsite events and installations in the Gaslamp surrounding the convention center, often referred to as the “Comic-Con campus”, there had never been anything quite like Nerd HQ. With its alternative panel programming, meant for those both who … Read More