Comic-Con is the pop-culture media event of the year for self-professed nerds and geeks. Not everyone in the Valley can make it to San Diego for the next four days, so here are some ways to keep up with the convention at home.
This is the simplest way to get the most recent news without having to look too hard. Google News will compile all the news through a search, but of course, not all Google searches are perfect. You may get a few stray stories that are unrelated to the convention.
Read reports from this technology based magazine.
If you cannot attend Comic-Con this year, but you still want to embrace your inner geek, this blogger updates with geeky craft ideas you can try at home.
Keep up with Comic-Con on Twitter
Sample Tweet: “Tricia Helfer, Michael Trucco to Present at Eisner Awards. Debi Derryberry Added to Presenter List. http://www.comic-con.org/cci/cci_pr12_e …#SDCC”
Sample Tweet: “The crowds are building outside the convention center at #sdcc, and inside too. flic.kr/p/cvqqko"
Sample Tweet: "Every Batmobile ever? Yes, please! #SDCC instagr.am/p/M9lIidDIVt/ "
Sample Tweet: “Can't make it to #SDCC this year? Tune in to our #SDCC live video & blogs at http://marvel.com/sdcc2012 #MarvelSDCC”
Sample Tweet: “#SDCC Survival Tip #3: Set Up a Strategy: Know what you want to see. bit.ly/M3f9uD”
Sample Tweet: “Preview night of #SDCC 2012 is officially open!!”