San Diego Comic Con is one of the largest and most popular entertainment conventions.
While insider reporters enjoyed the rest of the convention, can be more frustrating than you see on social media
Fans have to wait in long lines, people are sitting on the floor, and navigating the con can be a hassle.
The crowds were unavoidable as we entered and exited SDCC.
This is the length of the line for fans to arrive at the COVID-validated tent where they must obtain wristbands to join the convention floor.
The mandatory COVID wristbands I had to wear every day to attend the convention became flimsy, shabby and faded as the week progressed.
Fans had to circumnavigate tracks that run parallel to the convention center, making it more difficult to get to various activities.
The entrance to the San Diego Convention Center was crowded with people.
Once inside, we had to navigate even more crowds of people due to the limited space to walk the floor.
Attendees sat on the floor to rest, but a security guard inevitably walked by and told them they were not allowed to do so because it was dangerous.
The lines to attend the popular event were long and we had to wait outside for hours. The hot sun was beating down on the fans.
Endless lines of attendees camped out and slept outdoors for days to attend Marvel Studios’ popular Saturday night panel in Hall H.
Follow Insider’s coverage of San Diego Comic-Con here.
If you received a ticket from the panel to pick up your stolen goods, you had to travel 12 minutes to the back of the hotel outside the convention center to exchange the ticket for an unsuspecting room.
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