I’m writing this from the lobby of the San Diego Convention Center, taking full advantage of the free wi-fi offered this year. Comic-Con International 2008 has been in full swing for four days now, and it’s massive to say the least. Another amazing year, with undoubtedly record attendance.
It’s Saturday morning, and so far we’ve have some great panels (the Modern Masters: Live and the BrickJournal/Lego were packed, with people being turned away from the Lego panel, due to overcrowding). All our new books are selling briskly, and we’re already making plans to add more booth space next year.
Food’s great, weather’s wonderful (back in the 70s, after two years of record heat waves), and everyone seems to be having a great time. I’ll report more fully after we return to the office on August 5, but if you didn’t make it this year, start making plans for 2009. It’s an unforgettable experience.