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The Comic-Con Experience 2008

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Since that first convention in 1970, with just 300 people in attendance, San Diego Comic-Con has been devoted to the celebration of the popular arts. While the heart of Comic-Con may be comic books and graphic novels, over the years the event has developed into something of a geek haven, with little bit of everything, appealing to fans across genres. It is this culture of diversity, this unabashed love of popular art – including horror – that now draws over 100,000 people to the San Diego Convention Center, including the staff of Classic-Horror.com

While our main reasons for going to Comic-Con is to cover upcoming horror event and gain modern insight into horror past, even our dedicated staff isn’t immune to the draw and culture of Comic-Con. We may be press, but we’re also conventioneers. And, with this in mind, we at Classic-Horror.com will be bringing you The Comic-Con Experience, a series of six feature highlights from the 2008 San Diego Comic-Con.

  1. Cthuliana Corner
  2. Doctor Horrible's Sing-Along Blog
  3. Sideshow Collectibles
  4. Robert Aragon
  5. Cory Glaberson and Reel Art
  6. Costumes and Con Culture 


Whatever comes first it sure

Whatever comes first it sure do have something that would give us anything that would make it all up for what we believe should have been done according to what we are supposed to know well. - Paramount Song

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