Comic-Con 2012: Friday in Pictures! Toys! Skanks! Lines!

This Friday I took a little meander around the Hall early in the morning and snapped some pictures, which turned out to be a secretly and accidentally smart thing to do since I ended up stuck in line for the majority of the day before seeing about three hours of panels. It was the Hall H line from Hell, but that didn’t stop us from getting a ton of cool pictures for you to check out.

Come on in to the gallery and see some cool stuff from GI Joe, Iron Man, Prometheus, Gremlins, and a very sexy pin-up of our very own Rorschach!

GI Joe Diorama

It’s a shame we’re not going to see this movie for another couple of months, but Hasbro put together a cool recreation of that awesome Ninja Fight sequence from the trailer of GI Joe: Retaliation.

Iron Armor

Once again all the Iron Man armor was on display – check the gallery below for more pictures and stay tuned as there will probably be some big Iron Man news coming soon!

NECA Toys 

David from Prometheus is fully customizable!

This Gremlin toy must be mine.

Classic Arnold in Super Sized form!

Check the gallery below for even more cool toys!

Hall H Line from Hell

I spent four miserable hours in this line. This panorama almost gives you some scope of what the back 15% of the line looked like. Seriously. The line was at least 8 times longer than what you see here.

Rorschach at Con Gets Sexy

Four hours really messes with you.

Weird Skank Van

In a world of weird, this was by far the weirdest thing I saw at SDCC today. Look at how angry that clown is. Look at the girl in the passenger seat – is she a ring toss girl? Look at the detail on that stick put into that woman’s vagina. This was parked next to Hall H (because nerds are big on stripper parties) and right across from the preacher telling us we were all going to hell. Not for the stripper van, but for dressing up like comic book characters.

ENJOY the rest!

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Robert Fure is many things: horror expert, ruggedly handsome man of the world, witty prose composer, and writer of his own biography page. Beneath the bravado is a scared little boy, ready to grow into an awesome man and make lies about a scared little boy inside of him. Wait a minute...

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