San Diego Comic-Con Report #4 - Where are the Comics?


In my innumerable essays about the convention, I have tried to illustrate in prose my fervent belief that the San Diego Comic-Con sold its soul to large media corporations and Hollywood in the early 2000’s in order to cover the prodigious costs of growing into the expensive new convention center. Check out these random photos that I took today. I think that they make my point for me pretty easily. Not a comic book to be seen. The very last photo features my own humorous take on who now controls Comic-Con, the world’s largest toy show...)

Happy collecting!

Chuck Rozanski/Bettie Pages,
President - Mile High Comics, Inc.
July 20, 2019

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