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Cosplay is not consent. If you do decide to dress up as Loki for Comic-Con, make sure your helmet is at a safe distance from others on escalators.
Bring at least one pair of comfy shoes. Bring a phone battery pack or charger, because reception is crap in a lot of hotels and your phone may burn battery searching for a signal; hydrate mindfully, dry shampoo is your friend. Shout wipes or a Tide pen are never amiss. Add a bath, order room service Deric A. From standing in lines to get into a panel, standing in lines to get an autograph, standing in lines to get either swag or con limited items, to standing in line to use the bathroom or get a coffee from Starbucks. So be patient. It's important not to just go look at the crowded, shiny zillion dollar franchise booths.
I like to go visit Artist Alley and discover new artists. Often, the artist themselves are sitting right there and ready to chat with you about their work.
Pace yourself while at Comic-Con. You might not be able to see every booth or every panel, so be choosy with your time. Get your favorite artists to draw something on commission in Artists' Alley. If coming from LA, take the Amtrak Surf-liner. Not just because it saves on traffic and parking fees, but the SDCC crowd that rides it is as much fun as the convention itself.
Don't forget to hydrate a lot. Try and check out some of the weird experiences they set up across the street from the convention center. Delilah S. Penciling in breakfast, dinner or drinks will give you something to look forward to and make sure you stay fed and hydrated while ensuring you have someone to hang out with.
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These items can solve any problem from helping someone with a wardrobe malfunction to maintaining hygiene and the plastic bags are for "free food" opportunities. It is all about stamina. Got to feed the hustle.
There's no way you can. Prioritize the panels or activities you want to do most and plan around them. Panels fill up and lines get capped, so always have a backup plan if things don't work out. Read through the guide, as there are probably dozens of cool panels that won't involve waiting in line for many hours at a time. I try to get on the show floor on Thursday. It's not as crowded.
The crowds on Friday, Saturday and Sunday can be punishing. It feels weird by yourself in the morning, especially when you're traveling to the center, but when you get on the floor the feeling of being among your fellow enthusiasts is amazing. Forged from a partnership between a university press and a library, Project MUSE is a trusted part of the academic and scholarly community it serves.
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