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Comic-Con 2010 - SDCC - Part 1

By Takchun - Con Editor / Photographer, OpenHappy.com by OpenLoop Technologies, Inc.

The full name for SDCC is Comic-Con International: San Diego. It is the biggest of all cons in the United States. Originally showcasing comic books, science fiction/fantasy and film/television (as was evident by the three circled figures appearing in Comic-Con's original logo), and related popular arts, the convention has expanded over the years to include a larger range of pop culture elements, such as horror, anime, manga, animation, toys, collectible card games, video games, webcomics, and fantasy novels. The convention is the largest in the Western Hemisphere, and second largest in the World after Angoulême International Comics Festival in France, filling to capacity the San Diego Convention Center with over 125,000 attendees in 2007.

With over 125,000 attendees since 2007, the convention has drawn toy and collectibles designers who sell "Comic Con Exclusive" products. Such companies have included Hasbro, Mattel, and Sideshow Collectibles. Most such exclusives are licensed properties of movie, comic book, and animation characters. There are many one of a kind toys being sold there in SDCC every year. It is just super funnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn.

Here is part 1 of picture report for SDCC 2010. Make sure you check out all the parts using the suggestion at the end of the page.

You get in line waiting for something ... normally, you will be kind of down ... but then, these pretty ladies will cheer you up at the start and end of the lines :)

The big WB green bags are given to every attendee, so everyone has one :P

Love their art work.

Something to put on top of your fire place?

Hot import night models at comic con?

 

Don't miss the other pages in the series


SDCC 2010-1

SDCC 2010-2

SDCC 2010-3

SDCC 2010-4

SDCC 2010-5

SDCC 2010-6

SDCC 2010-7
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