Comic Con ended yesterday. I decided to go down there to see some of the things going out outside the event. Most of those events took place around Petco Park and the library.
I was greeted with a lot of building wraps all over the downtown area. I can't wait to see Minority Report. I loved the movie.
Game of Thrones trailer, one of many in front of the convention center.
This was a free event just outside Petco Park. Mostly, it had to do with video games.
On the other side of Petco Park, the Nerd Carnival was going on. These Lego dinosaurs were right outside.
They were promoting the Jurassic World movie.
I went inside and there were all kinds of video games to try out. But there were lines to all of them. I used to like playing video games, but not so much anymore. I wouldn't know what to do if I had tried to play.
They also had panels going on. I think this lady (I forgot her name, sorry), is part of Amy Poehler's Smart Girls online community. She was talking about doing voice overs for several of the games and videos that Legendary puts out.
Here are some shots of the outside of Petco Park. (By the way, there were tons of people in all kinds of costumes walking around, even on the trolley.)
The Tony Gwynn statue:
The Jerry Coleman statue and photos:
I didn't get a photo of my favorite thing that I saw because it was copyrighted. The library had an art exhibit feature the history of Comic Con over the years. There were program covers, banners, and drawings from many of the famous artists that visited Comic Con over the years, including the artists who drew the Family Circus and Beetle Bailey. You also got to see how the famous Comic Con toucan developed before they changed the icon to an eye, instead.