STAY AWAY! No one goes there; it’s too crowded! Another sell-out at Comic-Con:

Comic-Con, the nation¹s largest comic book and pop culture event announced that Sunday admissions have sold out.

“I guess this was bound to happen, but it¹s still surprising,” said David Glanzer, spokesperson for the non profit event, “for the first time in our 38 year history, Comic-Con has sold out of Friday, Saturday and= now Sunday admissions.”

Because of capacity concerns during last years Comic-Con, organizers made a concerted effort to address potential overcrowding.

“One way to anticipate attendance was to encourage early online registration,” continued Glanzer “which progressed much quicker than in previous years.” Pointing out that while registration was closed for a time last year the facility never reached capacity.

Comic-Con¹s efforts at early registration presumably will help them better control crowd issues at what has become the largest comic book and pop culture event in the United States.

Comic-Con International is a non profit educational organization dedicated to creating awareness of and appreciation for comics and related popular art forms primarily through the presentation of conventions and events that celebrate the historic and ongoing contribution of comics to art and culture.


  1. Thanks for the updates…I live here, and when I dropped a friend off at the Covention Center, decided to pass on even attempting to go in..have never seen the Con as such a mob scene..I will fondly remember as recently as 3 years ago, when Thursday was relatively quiet, and you could catch up with old friends.


  2. the more I hear from heidi, the more I am glad I am not there.

    The last couple times I went to SD, I cared less about the con itself and more about things like going to the Padres game or going to TJ to see Lucha Libre Friday night.

  3. this is gettin” crazy. they should make it a full week, 7 days, and just like take over the whole town for the time being! ;)

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