This year, while the size of the show remains consistent with past events, attendees are expecting some changes to how their show goes including a more strict watch on badges when entering the convention center and changes to Hall H's Hollywood programming.
CBR News went to Comic-Con Director of Marketing and Public Relations David Glanzer for the full scoop on these and other issues including the encroachment of other events on San Diego this weekend and the fate of the Comic-Con organization's other shows such as WonderCon and what its Anaheim debut means for its future.
CBR News: David, it's crunch time for Comic-Con both for attendees and for your staff. What do you view as the major challenges and concerns for this year considering that the show is holding around the same size and shape as year's past until a convention center expansion can take place?
Stay tuned to CBR all week for more on Comic-Con International 2012.