July 21st, 2010
09:57 AM ET
So you know a little thing called Comic-Con is happening this week in San Diego. (Maybe you’ve heard of it?)
It's the annual pop-culture extravaganza that's luring something like 100,000 people to the San Diego Convention Center for a long weekend of comic books, movie trailers, celebrity sightings and super serious costuming.
CNN iReport plans to be right in the middle of it. We’re rallying a small army of people inside the convention – and outfitting some of them with custom-designed Comic-Con Flip video cameras – to help capture all the action.
Starting Thursday, you can follow along with all the festivities on iReport and on the CNN.com Comic-Con special coverage page, where we’ll be posting loads of video and photos as they’re happening. It’ll be almost like being there, except you won’t have to dress up to enjoy it.
Of course, if you’re there in San Diego, you should join us! All you need is a camera and a sense of adventure. We’ll be posting the latest assignments and details on iReporter tweetups at iReport or via Twitter at @cnnireportsdcc.
(BTW: that headline? Nerd’s-eye view? It’s written with love, from one nerd to an army of others.)
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