Comic-Con is in town for the weekend, and everyone from North County to downtown is celebrating. Searsucker San Diego in the Gaslamp Quarter has totally transformed its cocktail menu for the occasion and now includes 11 awesome Comic-Con inspired drinks that pay tribute to some of comic’s greatest characters. Take a breather from the crowds and enjoy one of these craft cocktails at Searsucker downtown.
In town for San Diego Comic-Con? Take a break from all of the mayhem that is Comic-Con — panels, exhibitions, long lines, crowds and off-site events and refuel at one of these downtown San Diego restaurants, some even offering Comic-Con specials and discounts!
San Diego Comic Con got you overwhelmed by the list of events? Are you scrambling for a last-minute backup plan? If you can’t get into H Hall or Ballroom 20, try out these less crowded but no less cool panels! Continue reading
Comic Con weekend can quickly wipe out your budget as fast as the worst supervillain! Luckily, these local La Jolla hotels and businesses will save you money, as they’re more affordable and accessible than what you’ll be able to find right next to the venue. Evade the San Diego Comic Con weekend traffic and high prices by checking out these last-minute options we’ve included here! Continue reading
Each summer, the city’s Gaslamp Quarter is injected with 150,000 people vying to attend San Diego Comic-Con panels, snatch exclusive merchandise and meet artists who create their favorite media.
This year, the festivities begin early with exclusive Comic-Con themed art shows around town starting on July, 8th and some running till the end of the year like the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Exhibition at the brand new San Diego Comic Art Gallery. Continue reading
[photo credit: Aaron Turkeltaub]
FOMO – Fear of Missing Out. It’s that feeling you get when you know you could be at San Diego Comic-Con International, but you’re not. You are badgeless, hopeless, and filled with FOMO-anxiety.
OK so maybe it’s not that bad, but you would really love to attend the week long event, but for whatever reason, swarms of pop culture fans inside ballrooms and meeting halls are just not in your future. And while you know there are several “No Badge Required” events going on in the city of San Diego, the thought of shifting through event guides makes you break out into a rash. Continue reading