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With great geek cred comes great responsibility. CNET heads to San Diego for Comic-Con 2014.
Mattel is celebrating a "Star Wars" line of toys by showing off a fully functional, life-size Vadermobile at Comic-Con. Ride at your own risk.
Where else but Comic-Con would you find Sonic Screwdrivers at a Sabbath table? A Shabbat "un-networking event" that got its start at SXSW comes to the massive geek-fest.
Foursquare users checking in at the San Diego Convention Center may see an ad for free movie tickets to "The To Do List."
Technically Incorrect: In something of a meta-event, a woman who is filming police during an operation is herself filmed as a deputy marshal grabs her phone and throws it to the ground.
Here are some scenes from this year's San Diego Comic-Con, featuring costumes and comics alongside full-size Bat-cycles and a 12-foot-tall Lord Business.
Didn't make it to San Diego Comic-Con this year? It's coming to you with this bundle of swag from the show floor. Comics, toys, T-shirts, and a Batman cape!
Ashley and Rich discuss the Marvel and Warner Bros. Comic-Con panels, and wonder why SDCC doesn't offer a digital badge. Also, Rich tries to guess who's dressed in what cosplay...and sort of half-succeeds at it. Would you buy a digital SDCC badge for Hall H panels?
Ashley and Rich tackle all the best news that came from San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend, including the new Wonder Woman costume, Avengers: Age of Ultron footage, and Nerdist's new unusual YouTube strategy.
Didn't win last week's Comic-Con gold mine? Try again this week for more free comics, action figures, and T-shirts from the show floor. Plus, a poster signed by Multiversity writer Grant Morrison.