With interest in Comic-Con growing each year, consumer brands have literally paired up with Hollywood to court the same audience making the trip to San Diego each year. Best Buy and Qualcomm will…
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The nerds may come to Comic-Con for the comicbooks, collectibles and chance to meet the creators of their favorite properties, but much of Hollywood also has the parties to hit up in San Diego.
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With 35 films and 80 TV shows competing for attention at Comic-Con Intl. in San Diego this year, studios are eager to find any way to stand out among the 130,000 attendees with their properties.
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