Countdown to Comic-Con: Let's Hash Things Out

San Diego Comic-Con kicks off this week, and from the opening of the Preview Night showroom on Wednesday to the final announcement on Sunday evening, DCComics.com will be helping you stay on top of all the exciting DC Comics news through our Con Away From Con coverage. However, this year we’re giving you more opportunities to participate from home than ever before. Provided you’re on Twitter, that is.

5.2 Reasons DC Entertainment is the Place to Be for SDCC

San Diego Comic-Con is upon us! It's a celebration of all things great—from comic books and movies to toys and video games and everything in between—but for comic fans especially, it's the chance to meet the makers, get access to exclusive items, and discover the latest news and announcements concerning your favorite heroes and titles. It's absolutely fan-tasmic! That's a word, right? That should be a word.

 

Exclusive DC Dog Plushes – Free at Comic-Con!

For those of you who feel guilty about leaving your dog at home while you head to San Diego for Comic-Con, we think we might have just the thing to help.

 

DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Consumer Products have partnered with Fetch…for pets! to produce a line of unique DC super hero-themed pet products which will be available at Petco stores in the fall. However, if you’re going to Comic-Con, you won’t have to wait till then to unleash your dog’s inner geek…

 

SDCC Survival Tip #3: Set Up a Strategy

This is it. One more day until the official start of Comic-Con. As you read this, thousands of comic book professionals and fans the world over are boarding flights heading in to San Diego. They’re locking down signing schedules and confirming dinner reservations. Why? Well, if you’ve been to Comic-Con before, you know preparation is key. And the heart of preparing for Comic-Con is to have some sort of strategy.

 

SDCC Survival Tip #1: Getting Around

Comic-Con is now only three days away (or two if you count preview night), and as survivors of many SDCCs past, we thought we’d help prepare those of you who are going for the first time by putting together a few Comic-Con Survival Tips. Comic-Con can be loads of fun and an experience you’ll remember for the rest of your lives, but it can also be overwhelming and many people spend an entire day just getting acclimated to the sheer scope of the show.

 

Countdown to Comic-Con: Jimmy Palmiotti on SDCC

Every day until the start of Comic-Con, we’re bringing you something cool to help you count down the days to the start of the big show. Last week we debuted our new Comic-Con print ads. For this week, we reached out to some of our favorite writers and artists to ask them what they enjoy most about San Diego Comic-Con.

 

Today’s creator is Jimmy Palmiotti, the always memorable writer and artist who’s been keeping busy by co-writing All-Star Western and G.I. Combat. Here’s Jimmy short and sweet thought on Comic-Con:

 

Countdown to Comic-Con: Adam Glass on SDCC

Every day until the start of Comic-Con, we’re bringing you something cool to help you count down the days to the start of the big show. Last week we debuted our new Comic-Con print ads. For this week, we reached out to some of our favorite writers and artists to ask them what they enjoy most about San Diego Comic-Con.

 

Today’s Comic-Con recollection comes care of Adam Glass, who’s been showing us what it’s like to live (extremely) dangerously in the pages of Suicide Squad. Here’s what Adam had to say about Comic-Con:

 

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