Tron

Type in “Comic Con Su” into your local Google search engine, and the fifth most popular thing to come up is a listing of Comic Con Survival Guides. They have become a major staple of the event, and they’re a helpful tool considering the sheer size of the event and the overwhelming spectrum of comic book, television, and film events that go on throughout the week. However, no matter how helpful these guides are, they essentially say the same thing. Drink water. Wear comfortable athletic shoes. [Insert joke about nobody showering]. Thus, in the spirit of being different and offering some genuine help to Comic-Con attendees, we’ve created a list of 8 ways you could die at Comic-Con 2010. Come with us if you want to live.

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So you’re looking for something sporty with good gas mileage that’s slightly less dangerous than a Toyota?

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The long-gestating project might be putting its rubber to the asphalt soon. Does this mean Francis Ford Coppola is going to stop making wine?

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Disney either has a crystal ball or brass buttons, because producers are already penning a sequel for Tron Legacy.

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Saul Bass Lost Titles

These videos are — without a shadow of a doubt — the coolest damned thing I’ve seen all week. And as you know, I see some pretty cool stuff on average. The folks over at SuperPunch first linked up this pair of videos that take a Saul Bassian approach to the opening titles of two great geek properties — Lost and Tron.

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Disney is laying a lot on the line with A Christmas Carol, Alice in Wonderland, and Tron. But they seemed to impress the geeks in attendance.

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From what I can tell so far, it might very well be a slow news week here at FSR. So I will be stealing heavily from other sites for the Daily Diversion. This one comes to us courtesy of /Film…

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Garrett Hedlund

No word yet on why Garrett Hedlund’s up or coming.

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