We're making the annual trek to the San Diego Convention Center for Comic-Con 2009, which kicks off with a preview night on Wednesday and wraps up on a lazy Sunday. This year, we're doing things a little different.
Instead of just a single, lonely Kotaku editor roaming the halls, grazing the merch tables and listening attentively to panels, we're doubling our coverage. Expect reporting on anything and everything video game related at this year's Comic-Con thanks to a cross country traveling Mike Fahey. He'll be joining me at the show, ensuring that if you wanted a Comic-Con exclusive Transformer or Gleek action figure, your chances will decrease by one. Possibly two.
We'll be attending a long list of creator and producer panels covering everything from Halo to World of Warcraft to Bayonetta and beyond. We'll also be checking out the latest wares from EA, Capcom, Activision, Ubisoft, Konami, Sega, LucasArts and much, much more. We'll also be pestering game developers, comic book writers and whomever else we feel like pestering.
We'll find the time to socialize at sponsored parties in the evening, so expect the occasional rambling mess of a party wrap-up and someone singing drunken karaoke. If you'll be attending the show—passes are still available legitimately via eBay—let us know.