If you don’t regularly pay attention to the news in San Diego, there’s a few transportation related things you might have missed over the past year. Bikes The DiscoverBikes that have been a staple in San Diego are now gone! Some people who frequented the convention would use these to get around the Gaslamp and … Continue reading How do I get there – Update!
The end of convention is always bittersweet. If you attended, you’re probably sad to be going home (because conventions are a blast), but you’re also pretty glad not to be walking so much anymore. There’s a few things you can do to help fill that void that the end of the convention has left Unpack … Continue reading Comic-Con is over! What now?
Smartphones sometimes get a bad reputation, but they can be very useful, especially for conventions. There are a lot of great apps out there for both Android and Apple phones that you can use, and we’ll even give you some links to help you out! Official Comic-Con App Your mobile convention guide, the Comic-Con app … Continue reading iCon
Comic-con is full of industry professionals. For some people, they're attending the con just for fun (or as a “fan”) or others who are there for work, there’s lots of opportunities around. Whether or not you’re actively working in “the business”, SDCC is a great location to network, and if you aren’t, to learn how … Continue reading How to Do Comic-Con like a Professional
While a lot of people plan out every minute of the con, others take a more casual pace. Southern California offers a lot for people to do outside of the convention. San Diego Country There is always the easiest option of spending your free time doing things around town. My personal favorite is to spend … Continue reading Con Casual
Since SDCC brings a ton of big-name stars, you get a lot of what people call “superfans”. These fans won’t just be in line for (or inside) of Hall H, they will be all around the Gaslamp area. Some groups of fans can definitely cause some traffic jams and more than a little stress in … Continue reading So how about those Superfans?
Cosplay has been around for almost a hundred years, which is a really cool thing to think about. Tons of people love their fandoms enough to proudly show their love by wearing it (literally) on their sleeve. SDCC is widely regarded as a cosplay mecca and this is a fun place to join in on … Continue reading Cosplay and the Con