Comic-Con A-No-Go!

3 Mar


Less than one and a half hours. That’s how little time it took to sell out ALL of the San Diego Comic-Con badges. We all started out around #38,000 in the queue and figured we would get at least one day passes. As we approached #10,000 – zup! Gone. Pisser.

“Depression’s got a hold of us;” Black Flag says it best.Yes, yes … we’ll get over it! Just give us a moment to mourn. Cripes.

Comic Con badges

We are displeased.

6 Responses to “Comic-Con A-No-Go!”

  1. Arno Axolotl March 3, 2012 at 11:15 pm #

    Pretty much the same story for me. Oh well, I’ll be going to Wonder Con in a couple of weeks. What Comic Con was 10 years ago.
    Strangely, I’m not that disappointed. Comic Con has grown to be such a zoo in recent years, and almost all the major panels are on YouTube.

    • comicsagogo March 3, 2012 at 11:44 pm #

      So. We’re thinking of going to WonderCon as well. Sort of a runner-up prize, we suppose. We haven’t been in years — what’s it like now? Easy to get in to various panels and events? Is it what Comic-Con was like about 20 years ago? Do tell.

      • comicsagogo March 3, 2012 at 11:46 pm #

        Oops. You already answered the “what it was like x years ago.” Worth it, then?

      • Arno Axolotl March 10, 2012 at 7:06 am #

        WonderCon is much smaller than Comic-Con and retains more of a focus on comic books, although I suspect being near Hollywood this year will bring out a bit more movie and TV presence. So, yes, it is more like Comic-Con of yore.


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