Comic-Con 2013 in pictures: chaos, costumes and culture
Established in 1970, San Diego Comic-Con has since blasted into an astonishing popular society celebration, pulling in more than 130,000 guests and the consideration of Hollywood studios, distributers and retailers much the same, all willing to pander to their generally committed fans.
"Funny Con is an unbelievably out of this world blend and fervent community for individuals who love clique popular motion pictures and popular society experience," Hobbit and Lord of the Rings star Andy Serkis told Reuters. "There isn't an additional place on the planet that tops it."
Accompanying is a determination of photographs (taken by Heather Beschizza and myself, where not generally showed), which offer only a minor cut of the costumed celebration-and sheer tumult-that fills the show floor's million-square feet.