There was little trepidation. I had been to big technology shows before: CES and Comdex both sprawled across the vastness of Las Vegas. And as expected, Comic-Con was a more contained event, a more intimate venue, despite its propensity to spill into the streets of San Diego. Comic-Con is not small by any means, but except for a few moments when celebrities without costumes were lead escorted to their signing venues by black-t-shirted security personnel, Comic-Con never felt too big or too inaccessible.
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