When it’s July in San Diego, California, thoughts turn to peaceful outings to the beach, sunning in the sand and letting the relaxing, cool waves flow over your feet… Naaah, the beach is for wusses! San Diego Comic-Con is where it’s really at, and Wednesday evening the 2018 edition of the world’s craziest pop culture event kicked off with huge crowds at its exciting “Preview Night” – despite Thanos recent population thinning efforts.
We always make a pit-stop at Tatooine on our way to San-Diego Comic-Con. We couldn’t tell if the creatures here were Jawas or Tusken Raiders, and we didn’t stick around long enough to find out.
Some lucky fans got to avoid fighting San Diego traffic by taking the SyFy Sharknado bus to the convention.
Get used to that line – waiting for the exhibit hall to open for Preview Night at San Diego Comic-Con.
It’s always fun to run into hometown heroes from the AZ, like “Cousin Harold” comic-creator Denny Ricelli (left) and friend.
Throngs of fans were eager to get their paws on the San Diego Comic-Con exclusive edition of “Star Wars: Thrawn Alliances.”
The Deadpool Super Duper Dance Party was a big hit at San Diego-Comic-Con.
Supergirl as imagined in 1888, by this super-fan in her custom costume.
Fans were having fun at Matt Groening’s “Disenchantment” booth at San Diego Comic-Con.
“Planet of the Apes” is celebrating is celebrating its 50th anniversary at SDCC this year.
“The Walking Dead” always scares up crowds at San Diego Comic-Con.
Come Sunday at SDCC, everyone will feel like this Walking Dead zombie.
Wonder Woman makes an appearance to pick up some Star Wars merchandise. Who knew she was a fan?
You shall not pass… this life-size Gandalf at the Weta Workshop booth.
Weta Workshop sculptor, Sam Gao, works on creating an Orc at San Diego Comic-Con.
LEGO Pokémon characters at SDCC 2018.
Has anyone seen my car? Life-sized Bumblebee Transformer at San Diego Comic-Con.
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