No more zombies!

Out & About

This was the first year that I spent two days at San Diego Comic-Con International.

I usually go on Saturday but I kept hearing that the first day was always the best.

In my humble opinion, no, the first day is not the best…. unless this year was an anomaly.

I’m thinking that there still are lots of people in the world who have to work on Thursday and Friday, and thus can’t get to Comic-Con until the weekend.

I have not experienced the final day, so next year maybe I’ll just spend the whole weekend at Comic-Con.

Someone might need to bring me my weekend margaritas and nachos….

Here are 76 pictures of San Diego Comic-Con International 2015:

Pictures copyright 2012 Russel Ray Photos

For my previous post about Comic-Con, see here:
Day One at San Diego Comic-Con International

Pictures copyright 2012 Russel Ray Photos

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36 thoughts on “No more zombies!

  1. storiesofourboys

    My San Diego friends go to this every year. They never share photos this good. The kid in Hulk costume looks like he’s thinking, “Oh my gosh…. Freaks come out at this place.” Haha! Thanks for sharing these for those of us who may never make it to Comic Con!

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    1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

      I thought it was interesting that Kid Hulk’s dad is on his smartphone in the midst of a crowd with all sorts of tripping and bumping hazards. Shouldn’t he be watching where he’s going since he has Kid Hulk on his shoulders?

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  2. arranqhenderson

    Great, great pictures. I’m WAY too square to ever attend something like this. Bizarrely, though (and Believe me, in my life, this is most unlikely + bizarre) I was actually reading about Comic-Con today, off an article i found and followed, on a whim really, off a Twitter link. Tweeted/RT’ed some stuff about the Comi-Con article too, (was good piece, was Game of Thrones-related, and was adaptation-issues related 🙂 – all even though I’d no idea really what Comic-Con was, and certainly not what it’s like. Then I visit here, and almost immediately really get some real sense of it all, through your great pictures and the pictures and people. Cool pics. And oh, i agree with the lady above. I loved the Hulk kid, up on his (maybe semi-irresponsible) dad’s shoulders.
    Nice work.

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    1. Connie Flanagan

      I’m totally square… I’m a cube! Still, I was once a member of the 501st as a storm trooper. We went to a camp for kids recovering from cancer and their families. One little girl, when I took off my helmet, asked, “Girls can be storm troopers?!” I replied, “Girls can be anything they want to be.” It was a great moment!

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  3. insearchofitall

    Halloween for grownups?? Those photos were excellent. Felt like I was there and don’t have to go. Bet I’d turn a lot of heads. :)) I’d go as a hunched old lady with a cane . What comic would that be from? That must have been a riot.

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    1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

      I always called it “Halloween in July.” I often wonder what I would go as if I dressed up. Star Trek, Star Wars, and Indiana Jones have always been my favorites, but characters from those franchises are half a dozen and then some………….

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      1. Connie Flanagan

        Many of the Star Wars costumes are quite expensive to order or make. If you dress as a Star Wars character, go as a Jedi. No makeup, and the costume is inexpensive and easy to make. –mostly just rags and a cheap light saber from Walmart. 😀

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