Thursday at Comic-Con 2013 was quite the hectic day. Jam packed full of panels, it’s amazing how this convention is a mere four days long. Trying to see everything is almost suicidal. It’s like an amusement park. However, I made it today’s mission to get the most out of the time I had at SDCC. With five panels on my agenda, Thursday was quite the adventure. Check out what photos I was able to take outside the panels after the break.
Last year I went in with the mentality that if it was going to be my first and only time going to Comic-Con I was going to see everything I could. With that in mind, I had no time or interest in waiting in lines all day to potentially, maybe getting into panels. But this year is different beast. Today I made it a point to see what it would be like to attend a full day’s worth of panels. There were a few that interested me and it was a quiet day based on the panel schedule, so I figured today would be the best time if I were to make this happen.
Attending panels is no easy task, it’s practically a full days worth of careful timing and patience. I was shocked that I was able to get in all the panels I wanted to. Unfortunately, that meant I had very limited time to see the show floor. I had a grand time at each panel I sat in, but wish I had the opportunity to see more of what SDCC has to offer. The convention is so big and spread out this year, I don’t know how I’m going to see it all.
I merely chipped away at a fraction of what there is to see on the convention floor. And all I did was breeze by and take a few pictures. I figure it will have to be a full day’s energy just to see the entire showroom floor. Other than the fun panels I saw today, I got the chance to go through Legendary Pictures’ Godzilla Experience. I’ll have something posted on that soon.
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See what happened on Preview Night or check out the panel coverage from previous posts:
- Masters of the Web with Adam Wingard and Simon Barrett
- Batman: Arkham Origins
- The Visionaries Panel with Edgar Wright, Alfonso Cuarón, and Marc Webb
- Summit Entertainment Presents ‘Divergent’
- Summit Entertainment Presents ‘Ender’s Game’