Suzette Valle (@SuzetteValle on Twitter and Instagram) is an author and entertainment blogger who wrote the book “101 Movies To See Before You Grow Up.” She is Owner and Founder of Mammarazi Knows Best, Hollyblogger for TheWrap.com and Staff Writer for CoronadoTimes.com. Suzette shares how she focused on the unique experiences and activations this year.
Jimmy Lexzczynski (@sdbatman66 on Twitter and Instagram) writes for BleedingCool.com, an Internet news site, focusing on comics, TV, film, and games. He lives for the original Adam West Batman, and that was a big part of his focus at this year’s Con. Jimmy has attended 24-years straight, and this was his first time attending as media, which for him was quite a different experience.
Andrew Lee (@Lee_Zy on Twitter, @leezy.jpg on Instagram) attended for the fifth year in-a-row this year. By day he works as a systems engineer programming liquid handling robots in labs, and he’s also co-owner of LeeZy Babe Oven, which is a private home-baking and catering company. Andrew talks about his experience as well as challenges as an attendee in the “HOT” Hall H to see the best panels.
The multi-genre entertainment and comic convention – San Diego Comic-Con – began as a small comic book convention in 1970. It’s the largest event of its kind, and one of the largest conventions in the world with more than 160,000 people attending over four days. Listen to Andrew, Jimmy and Suzette share their event insights as they each had different experiences.
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