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San Diego Comic-Con 2010 Day 1 & Preview Night 

July 23, 2010
Wednesday evening, Comic-Con got underway with its annual preview night, where attendees could roam the exhibit hall in search of Comic-Con exclusives ranging from toys to prints and more. By Thursday, the crowd in San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter swelled with congoers racing from panels to exhibit booths to late night parties. See more photos in "San Diego Comic-Con 2010 Day 2", "San Diego Comic-Con 2010 Day 3", "Babes of San Diego Comic-Con 2010", "Tattoos of San Diego Comic-Con 2010" and "Devil's Playground and Topless Robot Hit San Diego Comic-Con 2010".
Shannon Cottrell
San Diego Comic-Con Day 1
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Wednesday evening, Comic-Con got underway with its annual preview night, where attendees could roam the exhibit hall in search of Comic-Con exclusives ranging from toys to prints and more. By Thursday, the crowd in San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter swelled with congoers racing from panels to exhibit booths to late night parties. See more photos in "San Diego Comic-Con 2010 Day 2", "San Diego Comic-Con 2010 Day 3", "Babes of San Diego Comic-Con 2010", "Tattoos of San Diego Comic-Con 2010" and "Devil's Playground and Topless Robot Hit San Diego Comic-Con 2010".
Published on July 23, 2010
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