It's a common refrain among locals who have been to San Diego Comic Con (SDCC): If you think Singaporeans like queuing up, you haven’t seen Comic Con.
SDCC, the world’s largest pop culture event, ended today. A showcase of the latest comics, movies, TV shows, games, anime and more, it attracts some 130,000 attendees each year.
Comic Con is also the place where you will see more queues than anywhere else on Earth. For the all-important panels with celebrity creators and actors, for free swag, for special exhibits, for coffee, even for the damn toilet.
The centerpiece of it all: The 6,500-seater Hall H, where the biggest panels are traditionally held. It’s a chance to catch exclusive content from upcoming movies before anybody else, and to attend panels with the most high-profile stars.
For example, this year’s Hall H panels included those for X-Men: Apocalypse, Deadpool, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Game of Thrones. The likes of Emilia Clarke, Jennifer Lawrence, Henry CavillRead More »from San Diego Comic Con: It’s just like Singapore