Comic-Con Quotes by Denis O’Hare, Kunal Nayyar, Carli Lloyd, Chuck Palahniuk, Nina Dobrev, Michael Ealy and many others.
Comic-Con is a special kind of crazy.
Comic-Con has been an amazing experience. It’s overwhelming, I have to admit, because of the lines and the crowds.
Comic-Con is really cool. It’s different. I like to people-watch. I like to see the costumes.
My publisher’s been shipping me to comic-cons, and it seems that my readership overlaps perfectly with the comic-con crowd.
I am a fan of the vampire shows, especially ‘True Blood.’ I’m obsessed with it. I got to meet the entire cast at Comic-Con and hang out with them. And that was awesome. I basically died and went to heaven.
I was the only human in ‘Underworld.’ I didn’t really get the full gauge of what it is to be in a sci-fi/fantasy project. But ‘Almost Human’ presented that opportunity for me and the fanbase that is in that world at Comic-Con and, honestly, cons all around the world – you can’t deny the power of that fanbase.
I mean, I love Comic-Con.
I’ve never been to Comic-Con, but I’m certainly aware from this side of the Atlantic that it’s a very important part of film marketing now, even when the films are not directly linked to a comic.
Comic-Con is overwhelming when you have such a long day of press schedules.
My favorite part of Comic-Con? The groupies.
I go to Comic-Con every year, generally with some project of some sort.
I don’t think I have a demographic. I was at Comic-Con in San Diego recently, and I was doing a signing, and my line was all military guys, young girls, housewives and guys in wheelchairs. There was just everybody all over the place.
Comic-Con is interesting because there’s so much going on at once, it’s literally impossible to do everything. You need clones and some sort of hoverboard so you can surf over the crowd of packed-in nerds.
Comic-Con is nerd Christmas. People go wanting to have fun.
‘The Squickerwonkers’ was the story I wrote when I was on ‘The Hobbit.’ And I brought it to Comic-Con and sold out a thousand copies I had printed.
I love nerds. Comic-Con junkies are the tastemakers of tomorrow. Isn’t that funny? The tables have turned.
Every Comic-Con, they have some sort of ‘Dr. Horrible’ panel. It’s very cool!
I remember the first job I ever had was working on ‘Firefly,’ and I was talking to Joss Whedon, and he was asking if I was going to Comic-Con. He called me a loser for not going that first year.
Comic-Con is so much fun.
We live in a bubble sometimes, and you can get out of touch with your fans. You go to the studio, you come home. But coming to Comic-Con is a real opportunity to connect with the people that made your show happen and are responsible for its continued success. It’s really humbling.
Comic-Con was crazy, good crazy… Five minutes after I’m done, the cast of ‘Twilight’ is where I was sitting.
Comic-Con has become more of a pop cultural festival, and to not be included feels like you’re missing the biggest celebration of the year.
I’m a geek who loves fashion. There’s been a reinvention of the word geek. It means being passionate about anything that’s under the radar or sort of frowned upon, like Comic-Con.
It’s true that once a year I travel to Comic-Con… but there I can quickly lower the lights; I can show them the clips, introduce a few stars. And the spotlight is quickly off me.
I think that, if the world was a bit more like Comic-Con, we’d all be a little happier.
I was working in cartoons. I could go to Comic-Con, buy the Hal Jordan ring, I could buy animation cels, but at the end of the day, I come back to an empty apartment. I had a life that was only around me, and when I was broken, my world was broken.
I like Comic-Con. It’s always nice to talk to people who are fans of ‘Children’s Hospital.’
A-list stars go to Comic-Con to woo the nerd demographic.
These people who come to Comic-Con and dress up – all across the country, the rest of the population who doesn’t understand are scoffing at them.
No true fan wants to go to Comic-Con and get assaulted with a marketing blitz about just any old show.
I think Hollywood has seen what fandom can do for a project. You can definitely see that when you go to Comic-con.
That’s the best thing about being an actor. If you’re in a baseball movie, you walk away knowing way more about baseball, or if you’re in a sci-fi film, you learn way more about Comic-Con, and so I loved all that.
I come to Comic-Con in San Diego because this is where those fans are – those to whom I owe the longevity of my career.
Comic-Con is so legendary, so a great thrill to be invited along.
Comic-Con is incredibly important to San Diego, but that doesn’t mean we can’t poke a little fun at it!
My mother is a Trekkie, and we’re from San Diego, so I was going to Comic-Con when I was, like, 7 years old.
Comic-Con fans are so affectionate, and it’s always a lovely way to start a new season.
My first Comic-Con was when I first met Joss Whedon: He introduced me to that world and I’d never been to a convention before that. He and a bunch of the ‘Buffy’ and ‘Angel’ writers were all going down in a big van and he invited me along.
I get fans stopping me and telling me what a bad man I am. I got a lot of that at Comic-Con. I’d tell them, ‘Sorry, mate.’
Comic-Con is my jam!
I haven’t been to Comic-Con.
I’ve played D&D for years. I’m a comic book guy. Comic-Con in San Diego is nerd Christmas for me.
I do these conventions sometimes. We’ve been doing a lot of ‘The Vampire Diaries’ conventions, but I do Comic-Con and stuff all over the world. They can be taxing, and they can take it out of you a little bit, but it’s just great for the fans.
My absolute favorite part of Comic-Con is seeing, like, a ‘Mass Effect’ guy hanging out with a ‘Sailor Moon,’ and they’re just having a great time.
I grew up in a small town in Kansas, so I love meeting the fans. Those are the people who spend time out of their day to watch the things that I’ve done, and I’ve gotten to do some great supernatural stuff – ‘Teen Wolf’ and ‘The Gates’ before that – so it’s nice when I get to go to Comic-Con every year.