Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Lots of fun things going on in San Diego for Comic Con
There is so much happening around the Gaslamp Quarter for Comic Con. Below are a few things you can explore:
The Walking Dead Escape: To celebrate the landmark 100th issue of The Walking Deadgraphic novel, the comic-turned-TV phenomenon will be the subject of a massive obstacle course at PETCO park from July 12-14. You can either play as a “Survivor” or a “Walker.” Tickets are still currently on sale, but don’t expect that to last long. (Official website.)
Warner Bros. is hosting a free outdoor festival at San Diego’s Bayfront Park. Presented by the newsmagazine Extra, the stage promises to feature live interviews with stars from WB-owned shows (like The Big Bang Theory and Fringe.) They’ve also announced appearances by unofficial Comic-Con mascot Kevin Smith and a performance by the Bacon Brothers — as in, Kevin Bacon and Other Bacon. More importantly, “Extra at Comic-Con” will feature every single Batmobile, from Adam West’s Lincoln Futura to Christian Bale’s mega-tank. (Official website.) at Comic-Con:
NBC at Gaslamp Square Park: The network will be taking over a stretch of town at 5th Avenue and K Street. Tin Fish restaurant will be transformed into a Grimm playpen, complete with professional makeup artists applying skin carvings to anyone willing. The network also promises to show off the actual Ferris wheel from the Revolution series premiere and something called “Revolution Village,” which hopefully won’t end with Giancarlo Esposito killing some or all of your loved ones.
Posted by Staff member at 1:22 PM