Posts Tagged ‘Comic Con’

Comic-Con Injury Update, The Pen is Mightier Than The Fake Swords

July 25, 2010

SAN DIEGO – Authorities say a man was arrested at Comic-Con in San Diego for injuring another man with a pen amid a crowd of thousands awaiting a film preview.

Police Officer David Stafford says the two men got into an argument over sitting too close to each other. He says one man was struck with a pen and hospitalized with a minor cut around his eyelid, the other was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon.

Convention-goers were awaiting previews and panel discussions for the films “Paul” and “Cowboys and Aliens.”

Stafford says such incidents have been very rare at Comic-Con, San Diego’s annual sci-fi and comic book convention.


Ask The Eye, Next Plane to Comic-Con, Population You

July 25, 2010

Dear Eye View.. I’ve been dating a wonderful man for the past six months. The only problem is he recently got a tattoo! His chest is now permanently marked with his family crest, and I cringe every time I see it. It’s been a few weeks now, and I still can’t bear to look at it. I don’t want to end the relationship, but I’m not sure this is something that will just “grow on me.”  signed Help!

Dear Help..

Ask her boy friend what he was thinking when he got the tattoo. Maybe he has a good explanation. Maybe he can  not explain because of  fear that some evil person will take out revenge on him by seeking out you. Maybe he fears for your life and must spin his web of silence.. Or maybe he is nut job and got a Piece Of S* tattoo. Hope this helps..

Eye View



Eye View Pop Culture, One Day Of The Year, Comic Book Nerds Leave Their Parents Basement

July 25, 2010

This year’s San Diego Comic-Con, the yearly gathering of comic book and pop culture aficionados, is ending today and boy do we wish we could have gone.  Comic book lovers go for the panels, seminars, and booths with inside information on the year’s best nerd-approved culture, but we’d head to SD just for the awesome displays of fan dedication alone. 

 Comic book nerds leave the basement, while the Cape Crusaders fights crime on the  Bat Escalator