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Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Comic-Con 2011 - Saturday: The Dorkly Hallows

Saturday at Comic-Con is the biggest day of the show, and here's the photo roundup including Domo creator Tsuneo Goda and highlights from the 2011 Masquerade. If you like half-naked women with the clothed half being some sorta geeky superhero outfit, check out the pics after the jump.


Props from the Green Lantern movie. Oh, you actually saw the film? Sorry.


Tsuneo Goda, the creator of Domo, brought in the actual Domo model used in his videos.
Goda received a 2011 Ink Pot Award (to the right of Domo) during his panel.

Goda's first color illustration of Domo.

Goda's first-ever sketch of Domo.

Sketches for Target's Halloween promotion with Domo.

That's a BFG.

Halo marines bustin' a move.

Jorge Garcia (LOST) promotes his new fall series on FOX, Alcatraz

The heralds of Galactus Minimates

Hasbro's Avengers Mini Muggs with a super-sized Giant Man

Ms. Marvel

Hasbro's giant Sentinel figure with the giant blister pack.
To put its size in perspective, the TV in the pic probably has a 20" screen.
Monster High cosplayers: Ghoulia Yelps, Cleo de Nile, Frankie Stein and Lagoona Blue.

The Nightmare before Christmas's Oogie Boogie and Sally

The Legend of Zelda's Link

Toadette from the Mario games.
She flashed her knickers without me asking. I have that effect on people.
It gets really awkward for me at family photo shoots.

Benches shaped like Perry from Disney's Phineas & Ferb

The Genki Car from the video game, Saints Row: The Third

Photo op stations for Discovery Channel's Shark Week


Hello Slave Leia Kitty

Inflatable Smurf

Snoopy showed up to sell MetLife insurance.

Steampunk Ash from the Evil Dead movies

New ThunderCats action figures for the new Cartoon Network series

The Sword of Omens from ThunderCats

VIZ Media mascots

Saturday night at Comic-Con closed with the 2011 Masquerade and Ball, and here are some highlights:

Cinderella and the Little Mermaid

Dr. Who cosplayers


Arkham Asylum inmates, Harley Quinn, Bane and Poison Ivy

Batman and Poison Ivy


The Rocketeer

Chewbacca girl puts the "Woo!" in Wookiee.




Transformers Dinobot, Grimlock

Transformers: Shockwave


Leeloo from The Fifth Element

Another Wolverine

Thug Life Ronald McDonald. I like that he has Burger King's head.

Assassin's Creed


Jessica Rabbit

Quorra from Tron: Legacy

Alice in Wonderland...
Apparently, she thinks "Wonderland" is a synonym for latex.

Wolfpack Clone Trooper
(voted Best Young Fan)

Sora from the video game, Kingdom Hearts


Ghost from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2

The Mad Hatter

"Nuclear Yellow Submarine"
Judges' Choice winner

"Brak-est Night"
Brak and the Space Ghost crew meet Green Lantern

Thank you for the nightmares.
Princess Vespa and Dot Matrix from Spaceballs

Hypnotoad from Futurama

My Neighbor Totoro.
My other neighbor is Mr. Rogers.

Jin Saotome and a Servbot from Marvel vs. Capcom 2
(voted Honorable Mention for Best Re-Creation)

"Ugly Stepsisters"
(voted Best Presentation)

Arkham Tango
(voted Most Humorous)

"Iron Clad Man" with Abe Lincoln and Iron Man
I actually would've called it "Civil War Machine."
(voted Honorable Mention for Best Workmanship)

Hyunkel the Knight
(voted Best Workmanship)

"Saligia: The Court of Sin"
(voted Best in Show)

Zombie Red Riding Hood

Baby Doll from Sucker Punch

Here are the freebies I scored on Saturday...
I went to Whitney Matheson's annual Pop Candy party at Wine Steals and met some cool and friendly conventioneers
and made off with the always-awesome gift bag. This year's goodies included a Spider-Woman/Iron Man Blu-ray, a Battle Beyond DVD, a Rocko's Modern Life DVD, a Transformers Japanese lithograph and a cell phone holder from Shout Factory, and Chronicle Books' SCRWL: Triptych Journal Collection by James Jean. Everyone also got a free, random Hasbro exclusive, and I managed to get the sold-out Zarana figure from GI Joe.

A giant Real Steel bag

Whew! That's all my coverage from San Diego Comic-Con International 2011. Finally, I can pry myself out of this slave Leia bikini. I think it's turned my private areas green.

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