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Comic-Con (officially known as "Comic-Con International: San Diego" or San Diego Comic-Con International) is traditionally a four-day event (Thursday through Sunday — though a three-hour preview night on Wednesday is open to professionals, exhibitors, and some guests pre-registered for all four days) held during the summer in San Diego, California, United States, at the San Diego Convention Center. Comic-Con is both the name of the annual event and the common name of the organization.
The organization also represents WonderCon Anaheim and APE (Alternative Press Expo, San Francisco).
Blizzard Entertainment doesn't usually have much involvement in this convention, but has had Q&A panels.
Warcraft movie director, Duncan Jones, held a signing at the Blizzard booth on July 26 at the 2014 Comic-Con. The official movie logo was also revealed at the Legendary Pictures booth. There was a panel, but it was mostly to push products with almost no useful info.
2014 Blizzard product showcase Edit
- Panel with Chris Metzen and a host of people associated with Blizzard products from Upper Deck, Wildstorm, Tokyopop, and J!nx, including Nick Carpenter, the creative director for Blizzard cinematics.
- Highlights of current and upcoming licensed products.
2011 Gallery Edit
Only Warcraft-related images courtesy of Kotaku (Gawker).
- ^ Legendary 2014-07-21. #WarcraftMovie signing at Comic-Con. Meet director Duncan Jones (@ManMadeMoon) @ Blizzard booth (#115) 2pm Sat, 7/26!. Twitter.com.
- ^ Legendary 2014-07-24. Revealed at the @Legendary booth, here's your first look at the #WarcraftMovie logo! #LegendarySDCC. Twitter.com.
- ^ a b Medievaldragon 2011-07-21. SDCC 2011 Blizzard World of Warcraft, StarCraft and Diablo Swag Show Panel Round Up. Blizzplanet.
- ^ Michael McWhertor 2011-07-21. From Painsocks to Demon Belts, All the Diablo, StarCraft and World of Warcraft Loot You Can Handle. Kotaku.com.