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Old 02-17-2015, 03:21 AM   #26
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Comic-Con International is pleased to announce that Open Online Registration is finally here! Comic-Con 2015 Open Online Registration will begin shortly after 9:00 AM Pacific Time (PT) on Saturday, February 21, 2015.

The EPIC Registration landing page will open at 8:00 AM (PT) for you to enter your personal registration code and authorize your device to enter the waiting room.

You can find your registration code by logging in to your Member ID account and selecting the “Registration Info” tab.

The link to the EPIC registration landing page will be sent to you via email at least 24 hours prior to the start of the sale. We suggest you add do-not-reply@comic-con.org and registration@epicreg.com as an approved/authorized sender to your email account.

You must authorize your registration code prior to 9:00 AM (PT) on February 21. The waiting room will close to new entrants at 9:00 AM (PT) sharp.

Are you wondering what a registration code is? Confused about why there are two different opening times? Trying to buy badges for others? For answers to these questions and others, we strongly encourage you to read the Comic-Con 2015 Open Online Registration instructions at: http://www.comic-con.org/cci/2015/op...registration-0

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Old 02-17-2015, 03:26 AM   #27
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Once again, this is ridiculous.

Last year, they had non refundable hotel reservations go up before badge purchases. So you took the chance of puting a few hundred down before you even knew you had a badge.

This year, open Reg is before professional/press badge Reg. So, if I try and get my professional badge and miss out, it will be too late, as regular registration will already be done.

Just making my decision easier
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Old 02-17-2015, 03:19 PM   #28
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It'll depend on when Hotel registration starts. If I had to I guess, it will be a few weeks after the dust settles for regular badge registration.

Last year's order made no sense with Hotels going on sale before people even knew if they had badges. I'm glad they at least cleared that up.
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Good luck to everyone trying to score badges tomorrow.
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I'd planned on trying to help a friend of mine out by trying to score a pass for her during tomorrow's open reg, but it would appear that my success/luck during pre-reg disqualifies me from participating tomorrow.
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Old 02-21-2015, 05:08 AM   #31
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SDCC addressed the "professionals after open registration" issue. Stating if your credentials are not due (you have to renew every 3 years), than you are garunteed a badge after open reg. Thats cool. But still no promises for your guest pass


Good luck to everyone tomorrow. Hope to see many of you again at the Tilted Kilt
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Old 02-22-2015, 05:56 PM   #32
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Cheryl Ferris and I aren't going this year. Since it is earlier than usual it would cut off my last week of summer school. Since I use my summer school checks to fund our SDCC time it didn't work for us this year. We're disappointed we won't be meeting up with you guys. Have fun. Since I won't be eligible for presale next year I may need some help from fellow lanterns in getting tickets...
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Yeah, I wasn't crazy about SDCC changing the week, thus making it earlier in the month.

A friend of mine on the East Coast got 4 days with Preview Night. I logged in to assist where I could, but I was basically shut out. I didn't get into the registration room until only Thursday and Sunday were available. Nothing like looking at that spinning blue circle for an hour while reading those goofy messages. "Inventory is running low, Preview Night is sold out, but you can still enjoy 4 wonderful days of SDCC." Yeah.

Funny thing was, there was some kind of glitch in the system, and people weren't allowed to log in and get their registration codes prior to the badge sale, so CCI had to mail them all out at the last minute. I believe it was 30 minutes before the actual sale took place. Man, people were furious on the Facebook SDCC page.
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Cheryl Ferris and I aren't going this year. Since it is earlier than usual it would cut off my last week of summer school. Since I use my summer school checks to fund our SDCC time it didn't work for us this year. We're disappointed we won't be meeting up with you guys. Have fun. Since I won't be eligible for presale next year I may need some help from fellow lanterns in getting tickets...
Bummer. Sorry to hear that guys.

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Yeah, I wasn't crazy about SDCC changing the week, thus making it earlier in the month.

A friend of mine on the East Coast got 4 days with Preview Night. I logged in to assist where I could, but I was basically shut out. I didn't get into the registration room until only Thursday and Sunday were available. Nothing like looking at that spinning blue circle for an hour while reading those goofy messages. "Inventory is running low, Preview Night is sold out, but you can still enjoy 4 wonderful days of SDCC." Yeah.

Funny thing was, there was some kind of glitch in the system, and people weren't allowed to log in and get their registration codes prior to the badge sale, so CCI had to mail them all out at the last minute. I believe it was 30 minutes before the actual sale took place. Man, people were furious on the Facebook SDCC page.
Yeah, I reading on Facebook about the problems with registration. There are always gamut of reactions on Facebook from the elated euphoria of getting a four day pass with preview night within like 5 minutes of the open of registration to the angry and frustrated that didn't even get an opportunity to buy a pass for any day.

What always bug me are the people that say they have a guarantee system for getting four day badges and what not. Which I think is BS.
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What always bug me are the people that say they have a guarantee system for getting four day badges and what not. Which I think is BS.
Those are merely people with the luck of the Irish on their side. The only thing you can do is have a group, and keep in constant communication, having everyone's user ID handy. Nothing is guaranteed as I've read about people with groups of 8 all getting shut out. If you go onto the FB page now, people are still furious.
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I was just reading some of the comments on Facebook. Many people want the event to move out of San Diego and either go to Las Vegas or Los Angeles as they supposedly have bigger venues to host the event. I don't know if that's true or if allowing more people to attend the show will be the solution. I mean, it feels over crowded as is and adding more attendees would just make the event less enjoyable as there would be longer lines and more pushing and shoving on the con floor.

There are numerous suggestions on Facebook on how to improve the registration process and to make it more fair. The typical suggestion over the years has been that only "true" comic book fans should be able to attend. I would be interested on how someone would be able to determine a "true" comic book fan as I probably would fail the test as I didn't read a lot of DC comics growing up and pretty much only read X-Men and Spider-Man comics.
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Why make it for only TRUE comics fans when these conventions are becoming less and less TRUE comic conventions. They should just change it to SDPCC: San Diego Pop Culture Con (with special guests, Comic Books).
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One solution could be to open up Petco Park and use that for all of the major market movie production panels and charge a separate "Petco" fee for that badge. Some people attend SDCC strictly to rub elbows and breathe the same air as the celebs; I know a few people on this board stay in Hall H the entire day, so that would alleviate a great deal of the crowding that goes on at the convention and open up more badges for those that want to attend for comics and cosplay. With the available space, they could turn Hall H into the everything comics section with its artists, writers and creators, and keep the main convention floor for all the other stuff: video games, toys, tv studios, anime, etc.
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Why make it for only TRUE comics fans when these conventions are becoming less and less TRUE comic conventions. They should just change it to SDPCC: San Diego Pop Culture Con (with special guests, Comic Books).
True dat. Most of the foot traffic on the con floor is by the movie and TV booths. There hardly any people over at the other end of the floor where all the comic books are.



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One solution could be to open up Petco Park and use that for all of the major market movie production panels and charge a separate "Petco" fee for that badge. Some people attend SDCC strictly to rub elbows and breathe the same air as the celebs; I know a few people on this board stay in Hall H the entire day, so that would alleviate a great deal of the crowding that goes on at the convention and open up more badges for those that want to attend for comics and cosplay. With the available space, they could turn Hall H into the everything comics section with its artists, writers and creators, and keep the main convention floor for all the other stuff: video games, toys, tv studios, anime, etc.

Someone on Facebook suggested that they sell badges just for Hall H and a lot of people agreed with that. However, that's only 6,000 or so badges, so I don't think that will help that many more people getting badges or prevent the event from selling out. I feel everyone would still want to head into the con floor for the spectacle that it is and the curiosity. No one really wants to be on the outside looking in.

I don't have any answers that will make everyone happy. But there's a lot of people that have their own ideas to make getting a badge more fair... for them.

I remember when I was on the con floor last year, there was a person saying "This is ridiculous. This is comic convention and conventions should be designated to only to people that work in the industry."

To be honest, I like having to need only one badge to have access to any event. What's killing the event is the popularity of it.

Sylent, do you miss the days when just attending on Saturday was satisfactory?
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reminds me of this


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Ha! That scene was funny, but completely inaccurate. If you refresh, you're done.

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Sylent, do you miss the days when just attending on Saturday was satisfactory?
I've evolved beyond one day of SDCC satisfying my tastes because there's too many things I want to accomplish. Ideally, Thursday would be for exclusive hunting and roaming the main convention floor. On Friday, I'd like to catch a small panel or two and explore the surrounding areas and maybe cosplay in the evening. Saturday would be all about cosplay as that's when the big cosplayers are out and Sunday would be reserved for searching for deals from vendors that don't want to take their stuff home.

Since there are so many things and events happening simultaneously, there's no way that one day would be enough, at least not anymore. As SDCC has grown and evolved, so have I. Even being at SDCC for 4-5 days, I still feel like I've missed something, and when I see other people's photos, I usually have. The key is to enjoy your time at the convention and accept that you can't be everywhere at once.
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At last years BBT panel someone called them out on this not actually being how the whole process works. It was awesome.
One of the few awesome things about that panel, actually.
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Ha! That scene was funny, but completely inaccurate. If you refresh, you're done.



I've evolved beyond one day of SDCC satisfying my tastes because there's too many things I want to accomplish. Ideally, Thursday would be for exclusive hunting and roaming the main convention floor. On Friday, I'd like to catch a small panel or two and explore the surrounding areas and maybe cosplay in the evening. Saturday would be all about cosplay as that's when the big cosplayers are out and Sunday would be reserved for searching for deals from vendors that don't want to take their stuff home.

Since there are so many things and events happening simultaneously, there's no way that one day would be enough, at least not anymore. As SDCC has grown and evolved, so have I. Even being at SDCC for 4-5 days, I still feel like I've missed something, and when I see other people's photos, I usually have. The key is to enjoy your time at the convention and accept that you can't be everywhere at once.

I hear you. Sometimes you're caught up on trying to do something that you forget or don't make time to have breakfast or lunch.

SDCC is what you make of it, so I don't get why veteran attendees complain about it. I mean, veteran attendees know what to expect and know how to avoid the crowded areas on the con floor. No one is forcing anyone to wait in line for hours to get an exclusive. People are in that line to get that exclusive because that's what most important to them.

It's because there's so much going on that I did not cosplay last year and made a general rule about attending the event and that's no hunting for exclusives after 11am, set a definite time to have lunch with my wife, don't wait in a line that going to be longer than a 2 hour wait unless there's no other place I rather be. For the last couple of years, I've always gone into SDCC thinking this will be the last time and how I want to spend that time.




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At last years BBT panel someone called them out on this not actually being how the whole process works. It was awesome.
One of the few awesome things about that panel, actually.
That's funny. Did the panel respond to it?

I was thinking about attend the Big Bang Theory panel last year, but none of the cast members were going to be there because of the contract negotiations so I did not attend.

IIRC, that scene was accurate a few years ago.
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That's funny. Did the panel respond to it?

I was thinking about attend the Big Bang Theory panel last year, but none of the cast members were going to be there because of the contract negotiations so I did not attend.

IIRC, that scene was accurate a few years ago.
Well it's not like they have to gamble for passes, but I don't think refreshing one's screen several time has ever been something the SDCC people have recommended, as it always put you at the back of the line.

It was by far the best panel of theirs I've had to sit through.
I'm not a fan of the show, and was camping out for something later in the day.

Craig Ferguson was the moderator, Wil Wheaton was a panelist, and Garfunkle and Oates performed the opening.

This was my favorite part of the panel:
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i wouldnt know. i always wondered though is sdcc that great everyone makes it out to be or is it just over hyped? id love to go sometime but im always afraid people make it more than what it is
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i wouldnt know. i always wondered though is sdcc that great everyone makes it out to be or is it just over hyped? id love to go sometime but im always afraid people make it more than what it is
It's definitely all it's cracked up to be and then some, but you have to be prepared and do your research as it can be overwhelming. Whenever I go, I always have a mental itinerary and a team, especially when it comes to exclusives and panels; planning ahead is the ONLY way SDCC will be a positive experience for you... unless you just want to cosplay all day and don't care to do anything else.

Last year, I did everything I wanted to do... well, except get that Green Ranger Flute dagger, but I wasn't sleeping in the grass for it, especially after spending bookoo bucks for the Hotel.
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It's definitely all it's cracked up to be and then some, but you have to be prepared and do your research as it can be overwhelming. Whenever I go, I always have a mental itinerary and a team, especially when it comes to exclusives and panels; planning ahead is the ONLY way SDCC will be a positive experience for you... unless you just want to cosplay all day and don't care to do anything else.

Last year, I did everything I wanted to do... well, except get that Green Ranger Flute dagger, but I wasn't sleeping in the grass for it, especially after spending bookoo bucks for the Hotel.
well the only thing id be paying for is airfare. i got family who live there and my cousin has a guy who hands out free tickets so yea.......... what kills me is he didnt know how much those can go for online so
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Hands out free tickets? LOL!

You can't really sell tickets online. Each individual badge has to be purchased and picked up with a valid ID. I suppose he could buy a badge, pick it up and then drop it off to a buyer, but that's the only way it'll work.
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i wouldnt know. i always wondered though is sdcc that great everyone makes it out to be or is it just over hyped? id love to go sometime but im always afraid people make it more than what it is
As I always say, it depends on what you make of it. I mean, I read blogs where people loved and were amazed by the event and others that complain about the over crowding and long lines, the hoops they have to jump through to get exclusives, the attitudes of the security personal, the overall management and handling of hosting an event this size, the ignorance of the volunteers when seeking information and other attendees.

Some people will be turned off by the crowds and longs lines, others might thrive on the chaos of getting exclusives as it's like shopping on "Black Friday" and so it's like getting a trophy for your efforts.

For me, I pretty much like everything about SDCC and that includes the crowds and the power tripping security staff. I think it's entertaining to watch hoards of people rush a booth for free swag, which most of it they'll end up throwing away. I also observe and witness the people that are truly enamored by the booth displays, celebrities, artists and writers. I thinks it's pretty awesome that the stars from movies and TV shows are on the main con floor signing autographs for a select few, while others crowd around to take pics of them, which generates a huge amount of buzz and excitement as you're only a few feet away from them. Other cons may have the celebrities and stars located in a designated area away from the main floor, which is very clinical and strategic and does really generate any excitement for the attendees as security is heavy and you won't be able to take a photo of the celebrity or much less a glimpse. I mean, I love when the Marvel booth roles out the stars from their TV shows and movies. Last year, the cast of Agents of SHIELD rolled off the stage and started taking photos with the fans.

Here are my pics of Chloe Bennett aka Skye taking selfies with the fans at the Marvel booth.





You can see Chloe hold up a cell phone and take a selfie in the phone's screen below.




I ran into a few celebrities just walking around the convention themselves. Seth Green blends in really well with the comic con crowd.

I love the cosplay around the event as well. For me, it's one of the highlights of the event.

Also, the Gaslamp Quarters across the convention center is a great place to hangout too. I ran into a couple of celebrities there. I've ran into quite a few celebrities in the hotels I stayed in.

Hopefully, you'll have the opportunity to attend SDCC and it will live up to the hype.
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As I always say, it depends on what you make of it. I mean, I read blogs where people loved and were amazed by the event and others that complain about the over crowding and long lines, the hoops they have to jump through to get exclusives, the attitudes of the security personal, the overall management and handling of hosting an event this size, the ignorance of the volunteers when seeking information and other attendees.

Some people will be turned off by the crowds and longs lines, others might thrive on the chaos of getting exclusives as it's like shopping on "Black Friday" and so it's like getting a trophy for your efforts.

For me, I pretty much like everything about SDCC and that includes the crowds and the power tripping security staff. I think it's entertaining to watch hoards of people rush a booth for free swag, which most of it they'll end up throwing away. I also observe and witness the people that are truly enamored by the booth displays, celebrities, artists and writers. I thinks it's pretty awesome that the stars from movies and TV shows are on the main con floor signing autographs for a select few, while others crowd around to take pics of them, which generates a huge amount of buzz and excitement as you're only a few feet away from them. Other cons may have the celebrities and stars located in a designated area away from the main floor, which is very clinical and strategic and does really generate any excitement for the attendees as security is heavy and you won't be able to take a photo of the celebrity or much less a glimpse. I mean, I love when the Marvel booth roles out the stars from their TV shows and movies. Last year, the cast of Agents of SHIELD rolled off the stage and started taking photos with the fans.

Here are my pics of Chloe Bennett aka Skye taking selfies with the fans at the Marvel booth.





You can see Chloe hold up a cell phone and take a selfie in the phone's screen below.




I ran into a few celebrities just walking around the convention themselves. Seth Green blends in really well with the comic con crowd.

I love the cosplay around the event as well. For me, it's one of the highlights of the event.

Also, the Gaslamp Quarters across the convention center is a great place to hangout too. I ran into a couple of celebrities there. I've ran into quite a few celebrities in the hotels I stayed in.

Hopefully, you'll have the opportunity to attend SDCC and it will live up to the hype.

heh thats awesome about chloe. is she very hot in person?
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