As the distinction between these two industries continues to fade, it was certainly not surprising to see video games increase their presence at last week's international Comic-Con.
Editors of the comic book imprints at large publishing houses can sometimes feel caught between two worlds.
Comic-Con is no longer a buyer's market for Hollywood, it's a showcase.
As thousands of eager gaming and pop culture fans poured into the Convention Center Thursday morning for the first full day of Comic-Con, the changes the event has seen over the years -- and the change in location it might see after 2012 -- had locals and visitors voicing differing points of view.
In the old days, when movie reviews ran in newspapers and magazines, the writer critiquing a film was usually different than the one interviewing its star.
Comic-Con arrives Thursday, bringing with it much welcome business to San Diego's hotels and restaurants.
San Diego plays host to the largest comic book and popular arts convention in the world.