Friday, July 19, officially day two of Comic-Con. The crowds have grown. A lot. Please send food and help.
In all seriousness, we have another gallery to keep you folks busy, wherever you are. This set of photos focuses more on the cool stuff we saw today around the con and outside. Sideshow Collectibles always takes up a lot of our time each year, and given that they're one of the biggest fish in the sea, they do occupy a significant portion of the floor. Definitely one of the bigger booths.
This year, in addition to some returning Star Wars and superhero statues, Sideshow also debuted their Deathwing, in collaboration with Blizzard. Since Deathwing is an early model, we only have the unpainted version to show you. The details are, however, drool-worthy.
The abundance of Avengers and Iron Man statues comes as no surprise; Iron Man statues replaced last year's gigantic Malgus. Also joining the displays this year is Pacific Rim, featuring Gypsy Danger, Striker Eureka, Knifehead, and Slattern. Most of us are fans of Crimson Typhoon and Cherno Alpha, so here's hoping we'll see some of that next year.
We also swung by the Tamashii booth (Tamashii Nations) to look at their displays. If Western monsters and mechs aren't your thing, Tamashii might be what you're looking for, albeit on a much smaller scale.
The booth had plenty of Power Rangers -- the original show is celebrating its 20th anniversary -- Dragonball, One Piece, and other anime-inspired figures. But we're pretty sure many of you will be more interested in seeing the Mega Man figures. They had more than just Mega Man, obviously, so you may want to give it a good look-see and spot your favorite reploid. If your favorite isn't here, then... it's not our fault.
Meanwhile, outside: an Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag ship. Because why not an Assassin's Creed branded boat?
If you're looking for some more game-related stuff, our gallery from Thursday gives a nice visual tour of the Xbox Lounge and goes through the Halo panel. The gallery also shows the gaming section this year on the show floor.
As with every year, Saturday will mark the busiest day of San Diego Comic-Con, so pray that we manage to return with all our limbs intact. Honestly, why can't every day be as relaxing as Preview Night?
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