Dale North was on assignment at this year's San Diego Comic-Con as our one-man army, while the rest of us were able to bring you coverage from the comfort of our homes. Major props to him for surviving the trip relatively unscathed.
It's easy to forget how much of an impact videogames have on the convention. Whether meaningfully related to comics -- or in many cases, totally not at all -- games had a big presence at the show, and we were able to talk about them. A lot. Here are the highlights:
SDCC: Two Street Fighter/Tekken Crossover games announced
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SDCC: Master Chief's story is going to continue
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