SDCC ’12: Preview Night and Day 1 Photo Album

This year’s Comic Con is off to an amazing start!! Check out our totally math photo gallery from Preview Night and Day 1. There is so much Adventure Time cosplay going down, it might as well be called FinnCon! Algebraic!!!

Giant Finn watches over all of us here:

Outside the convention center:

Screen Invasion in the house:

Awesome new hardcover Scott Pilgrim editions, in color!:

Massive Red Ranger:

Shepard Fairey shiz:

20 years of Cartoon Network:

Warner Bros. booth:

Get your photo taken chained to Michonne:

Giant Finn welcomes you to the Adventure Time: Keyper Seeker experience:

The entrance to Keyper Seeker:

The signage of Keyper Seeker:

In the Land of Ooo:

Keyper Seeker experience was AMAZING!:

British Princess Bubblegum and British Marceline:

You say you want a Revolution:

Animation Domination:

Jesus freeaaks, out in the streeeets:

Crazy Tim Burton talkin’ ’bout Frankenweenie:

2 Mad Hatters. Eww:

Girl cries in the presence of her idol, Tim Burton:

Milla Kunis talks Oz the Great and Powerful:

Sam Raimi, Mila Kunis, and Michelle Williams:

The voice actors of Wreck-It-Ralph:

Sarah Silverman and John C. Reilly:

One of the many sites of Artist Alley:

They sell regular books here too:

A very accurate Indy cosplayer:

Floor crowd:

Steampunk family:

An extremely plastic Daenerys:

Gaslamp craziness:

Party in the “Historic Heart of San Diego”:

Red Ranger mural:

The Geek and Sundry lounge at Belo:

Fix-It-Felix Jr. game at Tilt Arcade, Horton Plaza:

Fix-It-Felix is authentically 80’s:


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Brian Rudloff

Brian Rudloff

Brian loves two things: movies and vacations. He has a B.S. in Cinema/Television Production and an M.S. in Recreation and Tourism Management. While he certainly anticipates the latest releases, he is more often found dancing on flying sarapes through the ether of yesteryear and wistfully prancing on clouds of nostalgia. He does not understand kids these days or the entertainment they consume.