Top moments from Comic-Con 2011

Published: Thursday, July 28 2011 1:48 p.m. MDT

Associated Press
Comic-Con happens each year in San Diego and has become an integral marketing platform for television and film. It attracts stars but still devotes programming to comic books, books, monsters, video games and all manner of the popular arts. Selling out many months in advance, somewhere in the neighborhood of 150,000 attendees, professionals, panelists, media and volunteers stage a mammoth event that spins into culture everywhere. Covered by national and international media, here are some of the best moments from the 2011 edition.
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Bountiful, UT

I took my family this year...Comic Con was fun but coastal San Diego was the star of the show for me and my family. It is one of the most beautiful and fun cities in the world. The locals are very friendly, hotels are excellent, incredible choice of restaurants, weather is unbelievable (mid 70's high, mid 60's low), great beaches and surfing, sailing, the list goes on and on and on. One of the best family getaways EVER!!! Already made reservations for next years Comic Con. Thanks Comic Con and San Diego.

West Jordan, UT

Thanks for following Comic-Con. Great piece!

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