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I think I took most of these on Thursday evening about 15 minutes before the dealer room was closing down. The crowds had mostly cleared out, and I was able to sneak down to the Hollywood end of things to snap some shots. Although I was almost caught up in a “free Twilight New Moon poster” scramble that was going on at one of the booths.
The above shot is the Super Hero Squad display at the Hasbro booth.
Another Iron Man from the Hasbro booth. He’s all over the place … Marvel booth, panels, winning Eisners …
Batcycle at the Mattel booth.
Clone Wars display at the LucasFilm booth. I believe they have the biggest booth this year, once again.
District 9 promo stuff
Ghostbuster booth babes. Is nothing sacred?
The man in the red hat is Tyrese Gibson, who is spending a lot of time at the Image booth signing autographs and talking to fans. I think I caught him Twittering here.
More than meets the eye …
The Stargate display.
Radical Comics booth, which was down in the crazy Hollywood section rather than the comics section.
I believe these guys were playing LEGO Rock Band.
Update from our comments section: “Monsterpocalypse is a miniatures game. It’s sort of like Rampage: The Board Game in that each player controls a giant monster and they fight each other and destroy buildings.” Thanks Aaron!