The annual locust swarm of pop-culture nerds descends on downtown San Diego every July, and 2009 is no different as Comic-Con International celebrates its 40th anniversary in America’s Finest City. With pop culture being a key component of Blogcritics’ wide-ranging coverage, it’s only natural to find some of our intrepid writers covering many facets of the event and sharing those experiences with readers through reporting and interviews. The submissions of this feature will inform those who were unable to attend and enhance the adventure for those who made tough choices, and those who had no choice, what they would or could see over the extended weekend.
Other stuff happened at Comic-Con too. Like comics, games, and other vendors.
The CW is putting their established Thursday night at risk. At least they have a pair of hot brothers to work with.
The trial by fire in season one is over. Season two has a strong plan and new identity.
Chuck cast and producers have no ideas for season three, and they love the fans. Jeffster to the rescue!
Part two of the roundtable conversation with Bill Prady, plus Kunal Nayyar and Simon Helberg stop by to share stories.
Bob Holt and Mike Adair, creators of Hallmark's hoops&yoyo, find themselves celebrities at the Comic-Con exhibit hall.
Executive producer and co-creator Bill Prady dishes on Howard, Leonard, and the rest of the gang at The Big Bang Theory.
San Diego’s Comic-Con has never been disappointing.