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Thursday, July 21, 2011

Comic-Con Photos: Battle Bears, Spider-Man, and a Smurf You Could See From Space

Posted By on Thu, Jul 21, 2011 at 10:49 AM

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  • Gil Riego Jr.

Like eleventy kabillion other intrepid souls, photographer Gil Riego Jr., has dared this week to journey to the heart of the geek-industrial complex: Comic-Con, that infinite multiverse of multimedia, a tastemaking Death Star so powerful that even Master Spielberg himself has gotten caught in its tractor beam and found himself forced to bend the knee before the horde and offer it assurances that Tintin's face won't be all Robert Zemeckis creepy.

Here are some of the delights Riego saw at last night's Comic-Con preview:

To our surprise, some of them still involve comic books.

Did you know that Spider-Man can freshen your stinky car?

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