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CNET descends on San Diego for Comic-Con, the massive annual show that has become the epicenter of geek culture, bringing together sci-fi and fantasy movies, TV shows, games, toys, and--oh yeah--comic books.
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Cosplay spilled out of the San Diego Convention Center and onto the streets of the Gaslamp District during the first day of Comic-Con 2011, with fans showing up in both store-bought and homemade costumes.
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No costume is too big, or too skimpy. Check out some of the best from Comic-Con 2011
Cosplay spills out of the San Diego Convention Center and onto the streets of the Gaslamp District during the first day of Comic-Con 2011, with fans showing up in both store-bought and homemade costumes.
CNET TV's Brian Tong talks to Buffy the Vampire Slayer creator and Avengers director Joss Whedon about all things geek, while the 1960s television Batman Adam West discourses on tights, taffy, and Family Guy.