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[LBCC 2013] Cosplay Gallery

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[LBCC 2013] Cosplay Gallery

Perhaps more known for the drama, the LBC is also host to a growing Comic and Horror convention that has continued to impress every year.  This year on their own front lawn greeting all the convention goers was the nerdiest car show ever assembled.  The ’89 Batmobile, Knight Rider’s “Kit”, The Turtle Van, my favorite The Delorean, and so much more.  Beyond the doorstep lies rows and rows of amazing artists, beautiful models, and fantastic costumers.  That and a ton of comic books!

Unfortunately there’s way too many comics to photographs, so I guess you’ll just have to settle for some of the best cosplay that LA has to offer.

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[SDCC 2013] Cosplay Gallery Part 6

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[SDCC 2013] Cosplay Gallery Part 6

Every year the cosplay community continues to step up their game with better and better costumes.  We love their dedication to their craft and their confidence to wear their geek on more than their sleeve.  That’s why every convention we give them praise and support by showcasing their talents and love for the icons of geek culture.

Don’t miss Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, and Part 5 of our gallery! Welcome to Part 6!!

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[SDCC 2013] The World’s End at Hall H

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[SDCC 2013] The World’s End at Hall H

With the final installment of The Cornetto Trilogy to be released in US theaters on August 23rd, Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, and moderator Chris Hardwick met with fans at San Diego Comic-Con’s Hall H to answer questions about the film The World’s End.

It’s easy to see there’s a long-standing friendship between Pegg, Wright, and Frost, going by how well they played off of each other while answering the audience’s questions. And by how much they made fun of each other.

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[SDCC 2013] The Visionaries Panel

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[SDCC 2013] The Visionaries Panel

Entertainment Weekly’s “The Visionaries” panel in Hall H was a true meeting of the minds: directors Marc Webb (The Amazing Spider-Man 2, 500 Days of Summer), Alfonso Cuarón (Gravity, Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban, Children of Men), and Edgar Wright (Spaced, The World’s End, Hot Fuzz, Shaun of the Dead) sat down and just talked about filmmaking.

While other panels have exclusive video footage or superstars up on the screen, these three can tell stories for an hour and have the audience completely entranced.

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[SDCC 2013] Europa Report takes over Hall H

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[SDCC 2013] Europa Report takes over Hall H

One of the surprises of this year’s Comic-Con was the panel for Magnolia Pictures’ movie Europa Report. The surprise wasn’t the panel itself, but that it was held in Hall H. Compared with the splashy, big-budget productions that usually take over the hall, the science fiction “documentary” Europa Report seems an odd fit for Comic-Con’s biggest room. Many of the attendees were just holding their places in anticipation of the Dexter panel later.

But that didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of the cast and crew, who treated the audience to a lively discussion and exclusive footage of the film.

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[SDCC 2013] Divergent and Ender’s Game panel

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[SDCC 2013] Divergent and Ender’s Game panel

For one hour San Diego Comic-Con’s Hall H was the stomping ground of two movies based on best-selling novels. The first was Veronica Roth’s Divergent, and the second the long-anticipated Ender’s Game.

The cast and crew of both movies, plus moderator Chris Hardwick, met to show exclusive footage and answer fan questions.

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[SDCC 2013] Dexter Panel Photo Gallery

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[SDCC 2013] Dexter Panel Photo Gallery

With filming wrapped for the eighth and final season, the cast and producers of Showtime’s Dexter gathered in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con to bid farewell to the fans.

Attending the panel were stars Aimee Garcia, Desmond Harrington, David Zayas, Yvonne Strahovski, Lauren Vélez, Erik King, Julie Benz, Jennifer Carpenter, and, of course, Dexter himself, Michael C. Hall. Also present were executive producers John Goldwyn, Sara Colleton, Scott Buck, and Manny Coto.

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