Matthew Zadonia carries a stuffed animal from the My Little Pony cartoons as he stands with others at �BronyCon� Saturday, June, 30, 2012, in Secaucus, N.J. Scores of men in brightly colored costumes were among the 4,000 My Little Pony fans at this weekend�s �BronyCon� gathering in New Jersey for fans of a My Little Pony cartoon. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)
Want to get the feel and taste of Comic-Con but don't have access to a pass? Make your way to The New Children’s Museum downtown San Diego.
The Cartoon Network partnered with The New Children’s Museum this year to celebrate Comic-Con style.
For the first time ever, San Diego Children’s Museum will be transforming to showcase the fandom hit series of Adventure Time and the Adventure Time Fan Art Exhibit. The exhibit will be open to the public on through July 15.
Get more coverage in our special section Comic-Con 2012.
Keep your noodle in shape, because guests will be asked to answer riddles that could access a special prize locked behind closed doors.
Make sure you grab your camera so you don't miss out on some of the most unique, entertaining, and interesting people that celebrate this international popular event.
This event is free to the public and Comic-Con attendees.