Sideshow's booth was nearly dead center of the main exhibit hall, and while not the most extravagant affair, the large cylindrical Sideshow curtain in the middle made it stand out from the booths around it. It didn't hurt that Sideshow nearly always had something cool going on, whether it be interviews with Stan Lee at the far end or the wandering photo ops with Darth Vader.
Some of the material covered at their panel up in room 10 was similar to their panel at Star Wars Celebration IV, while other parts were not Star Wars related. One new aspect to the panel was the inclusion ...
The actual comic area has gotten even smaller. The video games, which were in the back left, have been moved to take up what was two aisles worth of vendorsEl Chuxter 2 Hours Ago
Virtually every online and print article I've read about COMIC-Con has been about the movies and TV shows either previewed or talked about. Almost nothingBel-Cam Jos 2 Hours Ago
I see the SSG news page has one on Comic-Con's news about the "canonical" comics due out (two ongoing series, and a Leia mini series). I don'tBel-Cam Jos 18 Hours Ago
I was able to ask most of these questions at Comic-Con. Here's the interview with design manager Bill Rawley, where we discuss articulation, weak paint,Mr. JabbaJohnL 22 Hours Ago