On Saturday, Comic-Con fans will be on the lookout for Cumberbatch, standing in line to see “True Blood” stars and getting ready for Masquerade.
The lines for Hall H have not been as ghastly as in years past and there could be several reasons for it.
We’d like to think it’s all the great stuff happening outside the largest panel room.
Here’s our look at what you should try and make Saturday:
For the first time, S.H.I.E.L.D. divulges some of its most confidential scientific findings on what makes superheroes unique.
Who isn’t planning on being somewhere special to help celebrate the 30th anniversary of TMNT?
There’s also the annual behind-the-scenes look at Phineas and Ferb that’s sure to please.
Perhaps you’d prefer the world of Indiana Jones?
Or The Mythbusters?
And there’s always Entertainment Weekly’s Women Who Kick Ass.
Delve into some serious business with the pitfalls and obstacles to becoming a professional gamer.
Or what the next few years hold in store for robots and androids.
Check in on the Temple of Art, an ongoing 2-year art and photography project.
Or make this weekend one to remember by entering to meet and get an autograph from Weird Al Yankovic.
There’s always room for surprises. The Family Guy panel may just provide some.
If you still haven’t gotten your kicks by 10 p.m., be around for adult-themed anime after hours (18 and over please).