Comic-Con 2012: Final Set of Showfloor Photos Give One Last Look
by Alex Billington
July 16, 2012
As is my tradition, I usually make one last run through on the Comic-Con showfloor on Sunday, primarily because it's the only other time I can actually make it on there besides Preview Night, and because I love snapping a few extra photos of any cool stuff I can find before the doors close until year. Tired as always, I still made my annual trek over to the showfloor yesterday one more time to find what I could and snap some photos. I stopped by Marvel's booth again for that new Iron Man armor, plus Sideshow Collectibles, as well as the Bond booth, and I found a pretty good Bane costume/mask. Our final set of SDCC 2012 photos below.
Up first, here's a banner outside of the hall for the new Evil Dead remake. Only marketing for it I saw here.
The Indiana Jones Blu-Ray (real, live) snake display - not as impressive as I was hoping, but cool anyway.
They had the actual screen-used Aston Martin from The Living Daylights out on Sunday to end the Con.
Good shot of one of my favorite booths - Acme Archives (website), fine artwork sellers extraordinaire.
Here's the Bane I found, pretty good work on the mask. I'm sure there were other Banes lurking around.
Bonus! A shot of the Django Unchained "Old West town" pop up area where they did giveaways/events.
There were a few cool things I actually missed grabbing photos of, so here are some links: half-naked Prometheus engineer guy as part of Weyland viral, The Avengers/Marvel Phase One Blu-Ray set on display, the Alien queen inside Sega's place, plus all 16 of those Hobbit lenticular 3D posters. I always have to stop by that Prop Store (PropStore.com) booth, because it's awesome and has so many cool things, hence more photos. Be sure to browse my original Preview Night photo gallery as well, as I've got plenty shots in there of the Frankenweenie booth, more Weta, and Elysium. I just love browsing the showfloor to find cool stuff and give everyone a look at Comic-Con 2012 as it wraps up. See you next year.