Glen Weldon talks to Comedy Bang Bang's Scott Aukerman, contemplates the rise of geek culture, and gets a Batmobile.
Monkey See posts about Comic-Con
Glen Weldon gets the stink eye from a legend of the comics industry, enjoys hijinks onstage, and has to pee in the middle of the ceremony.
Glen Weldon encounters Batman and Superman, greets the public, and is late for dinner.
Glen Weldon talks about costumes, panels, and finding a book in the middle of nowhere.
Correspondent Glen Weldon orients himself in the convention center and fights every instinct he has by striking up conversations with strangers.
Our correspondent Glen Weldon tracks his path to Comic-Con, from nervous departure to the first glimpses of his people aboard a flight to San Diego.
Dissatisfied with the scope and costs of the biggest fan convention in the country, one fan started a new gathering of her own, and she quickly brought some big names in to help out.
Sometimes, a guy just has to make a phone call.
Actor Andrew Garfield (who stars in next year's Amazing Spider-Man) surprised fans at Comic-Con last weekend, which got our comics blogger thinking about Hollywood, Comic-Con and the things that make us geek out.
Neda Ulaby reports that a Comic-Con panel discussion with writer-director Guillermo del Toro led to an intriguing offer to fans who might be looking for an opportunity to get really up close and personal with the films they love.
Arts reporter Neda Ulaby opens her Comic-Con 2011 coverage with a few thoughts about getting into the swing of things in this unusual "pop-culture city-state."