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Fans of the novel The Ender's Game can immerse themselves into Battle School at San Diego Comic-Con this weekend.
Summit Entertainment and HGTV have created The Ender’s Game Fan Experience, which is so big they couldn't fit into the convention center. Located outside the Hilton Gaslamp, the experience takes fans through sets created for the upcoming movie.
As we wrap up another year of San Diego Comic-Con coverage, we would be doing future Con attendees a disservice if we didn't mention what else there is to do in and around San Diego. It seems like it would be a shame to spend the time and money it takes to get to San Diego and never leave the convention floor.
So, here are our Top 5 must-see attractions outside the San Diego Convention Center:
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This week San Diego Comic-Con's line-up is beginning to shape up as more panels, autograph signings, and special events are finally announced.
Yesterday, Comic-Con mainstays Walt Disney Studios and Marvel announced their panels, including Frankenweenie director Tim Burton, a special look at the Oz The Great and Powerful, the voice cast of Wreck-It Ralph, and a look inside Iron Man 3.
When tickets to San Diego Comic-Con went on sale March 3rd the badges sold out in 90 minutes, but many fans were left out in the cold due to problems with the link Comic-Con sent out to registered users.
In an attempt to make it up to those fans, Comic-Con is going to resell returned tickets tomorrow morning. The resale event will be open only to those who already have a confirmed Member ID and have not already purchased a 4 day pass or a Saturday night ticket. The online ticket resale will take place on March 27 at 8:00 a.m. PST so get your alarm clock ready.
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San Diego may be the mother of all Comic-Cons, but New York Comic Con is holding its own, especially for hardcore comic fans.
As San Diego Comic-Con has grown, some comic fans have criticized them for focusing too much on panels for upcoming movies and TV shows while NYCC seems to be staying true to its geeky roots. This year, they brought back The Cultyard, which brings together the art, design, collectible toys, pop-tech and fashion of the underground pop culture scene, while extending gaming areas and the annual Anime Alley.
Important sidenote: we experienced both Cons in person this year.
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After a couple failed attempts to begin selling their 2011 badges to the public, San Diego Comic-Con is going to give it one more shot this morning. The first 1,000 four-day badges, or tickets to the event which takes place July 21-24, will go on sale at 8 am PST on Wednesday, December 15. That's today!
Here's how to get one...