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Comic-Con Day One in Photos
Comic-con 2011 is in full swing. As evidenced in these photos from day one, the geeky masses have made the exodus, once again selling out all San Diego hotels irregardless of exorbitantly inflated rates. Comic-con continues through the weekend.
Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson previewed their upcoming Adventured of Tin Tin for the audience on Friday, with Spielberg revealing that Jurassic Park 4 may be only a few years from hitting screens.
Head over to G4 for a ton of Comic-Con coverage. Check out some more great costumes with CNET TV's Brian Tong below:
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