Angela Min, left, and Shannon Seufert, dressed as Spider-man characters, look over a schedule at the Comic Con International 2009 convention. San Diego's annual Comic Con International festival, which originally showcased comic books, has expanded over the years to include a larger range of pop culture elements including movies, television and online media.
If you’re one of those still looking for passes to Comic-Con 2010, there’s hope.
At noon Monday, Comic-Con offered returned memberships through its website. The passes were available for a limited time only. Some fans complained on Twitter that the passes offered at noon were sold out in 8 minutes but those same fans then reported buying minutes later.
Also Monday at 10 a.m., a limited number of four-day passes were opened up as part of a hotel package. The deals range from $600 to $700 per person and include three or more night stays at some Mission Valley Hotels. The packages are on a first come, first serve basis and include preview night.
Also, the official Comic-Con 2010 Twitter account announced that additional passes will go on sale at noon PDT Monday.
The chance to get the multiple-day passes is rare since all memberships (including single day passes) are already sold out.
The event officially opens to all membership holders July 22-25.