Comic-Con Bingo!

Are you headed to Comic-Con in San Diego? If so, make sure you have a go at Comic-Con Bingo presented by our pals at Last Gasp Books! "Using a camera, cell phone, etc., snap a picture and mark the square. Five in a row wins a prize" at the Last Gasp booth! Last Gasp's Comic-Con Bingo (Thanks, Greg Long!)

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    1. I think that’s Tight costume (good) as opposed to Tight costume (bad), e.g., a 20-year old slave-bikini being worn by a “Princess Leia” who has meanwhile expanded to more closely resemble Jabba the Hut.

  1. Metagame – there are twelve possible ways to make five in a row. Of those, which could most realistically be accomplished by a single con goer?

  2. I was gonna say, I remember the Young American Comics bingos fondly.

    I also think that the comic-con list should have some stalwarts of the last decade on there, like Bob the Angry Flower, and the tinfoil robot guy and the giant Pikachu and the Ugly Dolls and the Ghostbusters teams.

  3. Fortunately, I live in San Francisco and have interesting friends – so I can play this year round. :D
    thanks for sharing David & Greg!

    1. It is. Really, just knowing what a Wookiee is (never mind the spelling) would have been what qualified you for nerddom, back in the day. These days, the only people who misspell Wookiee are wannabe geeks, and my mind reels that there ever came to be such a creature.

  4. Wrong spelling of “Wookiee”, and two different constructs of “Stormtrooper”. At least the Dragon*Con bingo cards get those two right…

  5. I’m pretty sure I could do this also for Dragon*Con in Atlanta.I don’t have the cash for SDCC, so D*C is the closest I get. I’d fall into the “band of steampunks” category.

    1. Making out with other guys. It happens. People just let it all hang out at conventions.

  6. With the BB redesign, my comment was deleted… I’ll never be able to recreate my witty remarks, but it was something along these lines:
    I apologize to the Wookiee and Stormtrooper communities for the spelling mistakes. The Young American Comics Bingo is awesome, and the only advantage ours (Last Gasp) has is that it randomizes when you reload the page.  And thanks to “Anonymous” for the suggestions for new squares — we’ll add those for next year.  Feel free to use this for D*C.  Unfortunately, won’t be there to give you sweet prizes. –Colin @lastgaspbooks:twitter 

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