You are out of luck if you want to get a four-day pass for Comic-Con International in San Diego. In an interview at The Beat, Comic-Con Marketing and PR man David Glanzer reports that those are sold out. Don't fret; single-day passes are still available, though it looks like Saturday is well on its way to selling out, too. There will be no onsite registration, so if you want to go to Comic-Con you have to act now! Comic-Con is taking place between July 24-27, and if you have never attended, you should. It's astounding in its hugeness, really.
Comic-Con filled up really fast this year, despite the high cost of travel and hotels in a economically slumpy year. So much so that the SLG crew didn't get our regular hotel, the Gaslamp Hilton. We'll be at the Omni. It's going to be disorienting.
But, in any case, our booth will be our real home base. It's where we will spend 11 hours a day, relentlessly offering the public comics, graphic novels, T-shirts, posters, and toys. Many artists will also be there, to sign books and exchange pleasantries. Here they are, in no particular, other than alphabetical, order:
Jon "Bean" Hastings
Faith Erin Hicks
Karl Christian Krumpholz