Comic-Con International San Diego 2013 with Actors Reporter

Your Host Christie Philips
Published: Saturday, July 20th, 2013



Comic-Con 2013 San Diego, California with Actors Reporter with Christie Philips


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Join actress model and female world grappling champion Christie Philips of the Actors Reporter at Comic-Con International 2013 San Diego, California as she chats with artists, gamers, babes, and those in costume.

Greg "Bot" Cheng on camera



From the beginning, the founders of the show set out to include not only the comic books they loved, but also other aspects of the popular arts that they enjoyed and felt deserved wider recognition, including films and science fiction / fantasy literature.


With attendance topping 130,000 in recent years—in a convention center facility that has maxed out in space—the event has grown to include satellite locations, including local hotels and outdoor parks. Programming events, games, anime, the Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival, and the Eisner Awards all take place outside of the Convention Center, creating a campus-type feel for the convention in downtown San Diego.


Over the years, Comic-Con has become the focal point for the world of comics conventions. The event continues to offer the complete convention experience: a giant Exhibit Hall (topping over 460,000 square feet in its current incarnation); a massive programming schedule (over 600 separate events in 2012), featuring comics and all aspects of the popular arts, including hands-on workshops and educational and academic programming.


Comic-Con has presented literally thousands of special guests at its conventions over the years, bringing comics creators, science fiction and fantasy authors, film and television directors, producers, and writers, and creators from all aspects of the popular arts together with their fans for a fun and often times candid discussion of various art forms.



Over it’s four-decade-plus history, Comic-Con International has continually presented comic books and comic art to a growing audience. That love of the comics medium continues to be its guiding factor as the event moves toward its second half-century as the premier comic book and popular arts style convention in the world.


San Diego Comic Convention—the corporate name of the non-profit organization behind Comic-Con International: San Diego—also puts on the Alternative Press Expo (APE) and WonderCon.


For more about Comic-Con, please visit


Comic-Con International: San Diego, is the home of the largest comic book and popular arts convention in the world!


Photos of Comic-Con 2013 by Roxy Shih.


Produced by Greg “Bot” Cheng.


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