Comic-Con 2011: Final Set of Movie Geeks' Sunday Showfloor Photos
by Alex Billington
July 25, 2011
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 cool stuff before the doors close until year. Tired as always, I still made my annual trek over to the showfloor one last time, albeit it briefly, to snap a few more photos. There's some shots of that Total Recall police hovercraft on display outside on the street. Plus plenty more, from Tintin collectibles to Captain America and Batman costumes and lots of props. Here's my final 2011 set of photos.
I really love that hanging upside-down display for The Amazing Spider-Man, which is why I've taken so many photos of it. Yes that's Khan's jacket next to the Total Recall police robot. And the awesome props in the very last photo come from a fantastic website that has props from all over the world - PropStore.com. The props just above that are from Watchmen and Inception at the Legendary booth. Be sure to browse my original Preview Night photo gallery as well, as I've got plenty shots in there of Ghost Rider, Avengers and more. I just love browsing the showfloor to find cool stuff and give everyone a glimpse at Comic-Con 2011.
Reader Feedback - 7 Comments
Sigh.. someday, I'll go to Comic-Con 🙁
fem!anon on Jul 25, 2011
i second that, it is on my bucket list.
rocKKicker on Jul 25, 2011
Definitely on my list of things to do.
Lamar on Jul 25, 2011
As a 20 year vet of comic-conning (made a new word :P). I highly recommend it. Thats more than half my age lol. Go to at least one in your lifetime. It's something you'll never forget. Trust me!
AP on Jul 26, 2011
that photo with the Nathan Drake and Robin is great... just look past Robin and you'll see why.
DaftBot on Jul 25, 2011
Alex - can you buy all this stuff on display? I would totally spend a heap of cash if I went.
Guest22324 on Jul 26, 2011
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