Comic-Con International has always offered panels in locations away from the convention center, like the Indigo Ballroom. Now they've taken it another step further and added the Lyceum Theatre at the Horton Plaza. This venue is being called more intimate than other rooms and requries tickets as well. That's right, no lining up for hours! Here's what you need to know according to CCI: Ticket Information:
Entry to the Lyceum requires a separate ticket and a wristband, plus your Comic-Con 2013 badge. Drawings for panel entry tickets at the Lyceum Theatre will be held at 9:00 AM in the Autograph Area (upstairs in the Sails Pavilion) on Friday and Saturday morning. Each winner will receive entry for two into the Lyceum Theatre at Horton Plaza. (Pl…Read more >
We're all going to be waiting in line for one reason or another. Maybe it's a panel. Maybe it's a signing. Maybe it's a long line for exclusives. There are a few things that can make your life, and the lives of those around you, a little easier.
1. If You're Solo
Yes, some people come to Comic-Con solo. If you're one of them and you're worried about waiting in line, don't. You'll have no problem starting a conversation around you. If you're worried about someone saving your spot while you run to the restroom, relax. 99% of the people around you will have no issues watching your spot for you. Just be sure to say something before running off.
2. Holding A Spot
We're not talking about a spot for 10 other people. If you're holding a spot for anoth…
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Today the Thursday schedule for San Diego Comic-Con was finally announced. As attendees everywhere started going over the panels being offered, one might have slipped under the radar.
If you're a fan of John Barrowman you might want to check out "Comic-Con: Anything Goes" on Thursday, July 18th. The panel is being held in the Indigo Ballroom from 5:00PM-6:00PM. But why should Barrowman fans care?
John Barrowman (Arrow, Torchwood, Doctor Who, Sing Your Face Off) discusses his past, present, and future projects, including playing the Dark Archer and Captain Jack Harkness. John's sister and co-author, Carole Barrowman (Hollow Earth, Bone Quill), will join him in the final segment to discuss their collaborations.
That's why! There's nothing in th…Read more >