Ahh San Diego Comic Con, it’s a magical convention for nerds of all shapes and sizes. Comic Con 2012 will mark my 10th SDCC since first attending way back in 2000. Since the dawn of the new millennium I’ve seen the convention grow each and every year at an almost alarming rate. [...]
Things are changing for the world’s biggest nerd-fest. For the first time ever people are camping out for next-year’s con DURING this year’s con… How meta is that? From reports we’ve been hearing Comic-Con fans have been lining up as early as 11pm just for the opportunity to get passes the following morning
The biggest, scariest, and most hectic nerd convention in all the land is almost upon us, San Diego Comic Con International! Even if you’ve been your fair share of nerd conventions, I assure you, there is nothing on Earth like San Diego Comic Con. For the next few days I’ll be dropping some Comic Con knowledge bombs so that you can have the best time humanly possible at the world’s biggest nerd gathering.
Have a look at Crabcat’s Garrus sculpt by Neil Tambini and tell me that it isn’t incredible.
Bioware will have a large presence at this year’s San Diego Comic Con! On top of having their own setup right outside the convention center (in the gas-lamp), complete with demos of Mass Effect 3, SWTOR, and the new Dragon Age II DLC, Bioware will aslo be be participating in a handful of panels.
Comic Con 2011 is right around the corner, and we can’t wait for the chaos. Zachary Levi, star of NBC’s Chuck, also happens to be the co-owner of Nerd Machine, a company that is hell bent on bringing nerd-culture to the masses. Levi apparently has friends in high places because he convinced everyone’s favorite captain to shoot a PSA on Swamp Ass
A few years ago we missed this very small window that one has to get Comic Con tickets (now hours) and were stuck waiting for extra tickets to become available. With some luck we were still able to attend Comic Con using the very deal they they’re running now. You’re in luck because MOMENTS ago SDCC opened up some more 4 day passes for you to enjoy!
According to Comic Con’s official Twitter feed, all 2011 4 day passes are all gone. As little as 3 years ago, one was be able to buy a 4 day pass in May or even June, my how things have changed. My wife and I got in line at last year’s Comic Con to buy passes for 2011, and preview night was already sold out. I’m anticipating the line for 2012 Comic Con tickets will be very very long… bring a bucket.