San Diego Comic-Con 2018 is in full swing. Here's a peek at the goings-on.
From Wednesday to Sunday, more than 135,000 fans are flocking to the San Diego Convention Center for this year's Comic-Con. We'll keep updating this gallery with more booth photos as we take them.
The iconic view as you head upstairs to enter the convention center.
The Lego booth is always fascinating because of the massive figures. This year the company is featuring an enormous Thanos, with an Infinity Gauntlet that lights up.
With the next Lego Movie around the corner, the company decided to include one of the characters we'll meet next February.
Lego also has a wall that lets fans contribute.
You can take a selfie in the cockpit of the most famous piece of junk in the galaxy.
The Mattel booth welcomes you with incredible Hot Wheels inspired by superheroes.
Lego's mesmerizing display for Pokemon fans.
Get your dino on.
A life-size statue of Andre the Giant -- all 7 feet, 4 inches and 525 pounds of him.
Insert "something's fishy" joke here. Or don't.
That guy oughtta be more careful with that lightsaber.
Wandering around in a galaxy far, far away.
Sideshow Collectibles is displaying all kinds of high-end movie statues. Here's a roundup of Marvel heroes from Avengers: Infinity War.
Nickelodeon is returning to Comic-Con with plans to appeal to kids of the '90s and current kids.
The original Double Dare hamster wheel will be on display for fans to take photos, but the Nickelodeon representative let us know that the wheel is not safe to run inside, pointing out that it truly is the one used in the 1990s.
The TMNT version of Times Square makes up one of the sides of the Nickelodeon booth.
Rugrats in the house.
Nickelodeon's booth will let fans make custom T-shirts outfitted with as many cartoon logos as they can fit onto the shirt, which prints out in 3 minutes.
Shirt's so good.
Nickelodeon will be doing its signings against a backdrop of illustrations of several characters.
Nickelodeon was in the process of assembling a 10-foot Reptar during our visit but had this concept art to show in the meantime. Reptar will be celebrating the Rugrats revival announced this week. A Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles area was also in the works during our visit.
Nickelodeon's booth also features a re-creation of the living room from The Loud House, which will let fans pose characters from the show into their shots.
It's a bird... It's a plane... Etc.
Don't make him angry, you wouldn't like him when he's angry. He'll take all of your money and buy up even more Funko figures than you've already bought at Comic-Con.
We got a first look at the costumes for Shazam.
During the press tour while the show was still under construction, we got to see the Marvel booth and this display celebrating the 10th anniversary of the launch of Iron Man.
Here we see the first version of the suit, from the original movie.
This display will change every day.
Dark Horse is representing both its comic books and its toy lines at Comic-Con. In particular, The Umbrella Academy, soon to be a Netflix series starring Ellen Page, is getting a big push.
IDW is showing off its board game based on Batman: The Animated Series.
Alp, I need somebody. Alp, not just anybody... (Sorry.)
Spandex never looked so good.
Beep-beep, beep-beep, yeah!
The morph, the merrier.
Take a seat and rest your weary Comic-Con feet while we take you gently into hyperspace.
Collectibles company Weta Workshop.
A Weta worker spruces up a smile.
Hey, it ain't CBS, but what the heck. (Disclosure: You knew this, but CNET is owned by CBS.)
A live match of the trading card game.
A Deadpool version of the Chuck E. Cheese show.
"Walking Dead" is not, we promise, a reference to the dazed and exhausted attendees.
CNET's Roger Cheng, about to get his brain eaten. It's been fun, Roger. Can we have the Clash of Clans figurine on your desk?
His hygiene's not so great. Cool shirt though.
A fan bones up on the dino park.
The Viz booth tries its best to lure attendees.
Dueling Hairdos, Part II.
A pair of browsing attendees thinks, "WB or not WB? That is the question."
Comic-Con Museum is on a mission to build a year-round way to represent San Diego Comic-Con. The museum hopes to come to Balboa Park in the next few years, giving Comic-Con fans a chance to get the experience whether or not the convention's in town.
Drink up! says the crew from Disenchantment, the new series from Simpson's creator Matt Groening (rhymes with "complaining").
Jodie Whittaker plays the first female Doctor Who.
And here she is again.
Step right up.
R2 takes a break.