Well, this is not really hotel-o-ween. It is a nice, orderly, adult process known as the Comic-Con International early bird hotel sale. Basically if you don’t mind a brief 15-20 shuttle ride and paying the whole amount upfront, you can book a perfectly nice hotel room in Mission Valley or Hotel Circle RIGHT NOW.
Another 20 guests have been announced for this year’s San Diego Comic-Con and they are:
Tweet Here’s a little round-up of San DIego’s two mayoral candidates, running to fill the seat left vacant when serial groper/haarasser Bob Filner got the boot. Both support the convention center expansion but lawsuits may mean it will be years before groundbreaking begins on the planned expansion, meaning…Comic-COn will stay compact for now. Meanwhile, letters […]
Tweet More guests have been announced, as a reminder that this is still the biggest COMICS based event in North America. It’s nice to see some veterans line June Brigman and Dixon getting the spotlight: June Brigman, artist, co-creator, Power Pack Mark Brooks, cover artist, Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers Colleen Coover, artist, co-creator, Bandette […]
Tweet Speaking of anxiety dreams, Comic-Con International has announced the their first 20 guests. ta da! And they are: Amanda Conner, artist, Power Girl, Before Watchmen: Silk Spectre Brian Crane, cartoonist, Pickles Eleanor Davis, cartoonist/illustrator, Stinky, How to Be Happy Jane Espenson, writer/producer, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Husbands Raymond E. Feist, author, Riftwar Saga Drew […]
Tweet It is never too soon to fret about San Diego Comic-Con! We’ve already had badge PRE-REGISTRATION, Film Festival registration, professional registration, and now press registration has opened. There are quite a few changes this year—documentary film crews will not get press badges, but will be approved to buy badges. I guess there were a […]