This is not to be cocky, but, I go over real well at Comic-Con. I've done quite a few Comic-Cons, and I enjoy the hell out of them. They are so much fun, and so bizarre. I've done the FX Show in Florida, Wizard-World in Chicago, Comic-Con in San Diego, Wonder-Con in San Francisco, the Comic-Con in New York, and I've done them numerous times.— Kristen Bell
Valuable Comic Con quotations
People dressed up like me, at the comic-con in San Antonio. It's very rewarding.
Every time I go to Comic-Con, I'm jacked.
I want to dress up and walk the floor and answer questions, because I'm excited about it. It's like making new friends.
We live in a bubble sometimes, and you can get out of touch with your fans.
You go to the studio, you come home. But coming to Comic-Con is a real opportunity to connect with the people that made your show happen and are responsible for its continued success. It's really humbling.
If you want to go on the floor, go in disguise because otherwise you won't be able to. I would just put on a full Darth Vader costume and walk through Comic-Con so I can actually check it out and enjoy it as opposed to being approached by everyone, which is lovely, but it gets very difficult to enjoy because there's so many people there.
Comic-Con has been an amazing experience.
It's overwhelming, I have to admit, because of the lines and the crowds.
Comic-Con fans are so affectionate, and it's always a lovely way to start a new season.
I've never been to Comic-Con, but I'm certainly aware from this side of the Atlantic that it's a very important part of film marketing now, even when the films are not directly linked to a comic.
You see people who are disenfranchised elsewhere coming to Comic Con and making lifetime friends. I love seeing the outcasts of society all bonding together.
The difference between a GOP convention and Comic-Con is that the people at Comic-Con have a much firmer grasp of reality.
If the people of Comic-Con ruled the world...then tomorrow would be invented every day.
I think that, if the world was a bit more like Comic-Con, we'd all be a little happier.
I'm a geek who loves fashion. There's been a reinvention of the word geek. It means being passionate about anything that's under the radar or sort of frowned upon, like Comic-Con.
I think Hollywood has seen what fandom can do for a project.
You can definitely see that when you go to Comic-con.
My favorite part of Comic-Con? The groupies.
Man, they have loose morals, really. Men, women, I'm just saying that it gets weird on Sunday night. No, that's sadly never happened.
I'm not a comic book guy. I've never been to Comic-Con. I don't know anything about that. It's a whole different world.
These people who come to Comic-Con and dress up - all across the country, the rest of the population who doesn't understand are scoffing at them.
The absolute favorite part of Comic-Con is seeing like a Mass Effect guy hanging out with a Sailor Moon, and they're just having a great time. Nerds, we love what we love with a passion and sometimes it's an angry passion, and to see that all sort of bleed out and everybody just connect.
I am a fan of the vampire shows, especially 'True Blood.
' I'm obsessed with it. I got to meet the entire cast at Comic-Con and hang out with them. And that was awesome. I basically died and went to heaven.
Comic-Con is nerd Christmas. People go wanting to have fun.
I love nerds. Comic-Con junkies are the tastemakers of tomorrow. Isn't that funny? The tables have turned.
We went to Comic-Con and there were people dressed up as the characters.
There's a whole canon of Ninjago history that I didn't even know about until the process of making the movie had started. Especially at Comic-Con, I realized that people really, really care about this, and I hope they like it because it's meaningful to them. It did actually change my feelings about it.
I'm open to anything. I always pick projects based on their content. I mean, any time I get to be a part of something that's socially relevant, I'm always interested. And anything that makes me more of a rockstar at Comic-Con is fine by me.
When I go down to Comic-Con in San Diego, people remember me for some of the strangest things. They go on and on about it, and I reminisce about it, and it's great fun. It's interesting to see what people remember me for.
Gay bars in America aren't weird sex clubs.
They're sanctuaries. I know so many straight friends that go to gay bars more than I ever do, male and female, because they can go there and be social and there's no expectation there. It's a safe place. It's almost like the real world version of Comic-Con in some places. You can go without judgment.
There is a chapter in my book that is dedicated to the whole Comic-Con world, dedicated to the fans, and it features all the biggest names from the con world out there saying the most outrageous stuff you can imagine. If you want to see the entire cast of "The Avengers" going off, you gotta read it. It's super fun. Even George Lucas is there, and he's filthy!
I'm a big nerd. I geek out when I walk into Comic-Cons. This is like my heaven.
I felt like it was something that didn't represent how I wanted to present myself. Now I'll see kids I come across on Twitter or Comic-Con, and they'll smile and I'll be like, "You have a crooked mouth like I have a crooked mouth!" We just sit there, and I talk about it with them and they feel better about themselves.
Going to Comic-Con for me is always hard and weird, so it just makes me feel guilty. There's always a hundre thousand people out there who have copies of things that I've written and they really want signed and they're not going to get them signed.
I think that you're very aware that you're shooting a 3D film for a movie that's beloved to the fan community, and that it's going to be on people's radar, and that you have to be excellent. I think it evolved over time how epic it has become. The first time we went to Comic-Con after we finished shooting I went, "oh my goodness, oh my goodness!"
Comic-Con is definitely grown from just being about comics to being about all forms of media.
I had been at Comic-Con, and I have the same manager as Bob Morley, so we ended up at a Warner Bros. party. I met Jason Rothenberg for the first time, and he's a fan of Black Sails and Shameless and some of my work, and was like, "Hey, we've been having trouble casting this part. I think you'd be perfect for it, if you'd be willing to come up and have some fun for some episodes."
I haven't been to Comic-Con.
It is not lost on me that I'm spending my honeymoon at Comic Con.
I think that Comic-Con is just a wonderful forum.
It's just the perfect place for our show and the fans have embraced us so wonderfully. I would be shocked, if we weren't back every year.