San Diego Comic-Con is a multigenre fan convention held annually in San Diego, California.


Goggles and Croaker at Comic-Con 2002








  • Disney skipped promoting The Muppets at the event, in favour of its D23 Expo, according to Variety.
  • During the Games of Thrones panel Jason Momoa mentions that when he first heard the Dothraki language it sounded to him like a mixture of Jabba the Hut and Fozzie Bear and ends it all with a "wocka wocka".


  • Limited edition metallic paint versions of Funko Vinyl figures Mahna Mahna and the two Snowths were available in a 3-pack box set.





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  • Sesame Street's 50th Anniversary Panel: Saturday, July 20: “It all started in 1969 with a simple idea: Can television be used to get kids ready for school? 50 years later, Sesame Street is an educational force for change that's seen in over 150 countries around the world. Sonia Manzano ("Maria" from Sesame Street), Matt Vogel (Big Bird and the Count, Sesame Street puppet captain and director), Eric Jacobson (Grover, Bert and Oscar), Ryan Dillon (Elmo), and Dr. Rosemarie Truglio (SVP, Sesame Workshop Content and Curriculum)-with special appearances by some fuzzy and feathered friends-will talk about Sesame Street's legacy and future.” Attendees of the panel received Cookie Monster and Oscar the Grouch limited edition art prints
  • Sesame Street Puppets Live!: Saturday, July 20: “Come watch live readings, sketches, and improv performances with your favorite Sesame Street characters. Muppet performers include Matt Vogel (Big Bird, The Count), Eric Jacobson (Grover, Bert, Oscar), and Ryan Dillon (Elmo).” Bobby Moynihan hosted. The panel featured appearances by Grover as Groda,[1] a Spiderpig, and even classic Muppet characters such as Guy Smiley, Forgetful Jones (Vogel), Don Music (Dillon), Mr. Johnson, and Lefty the Salesman (Dillon).[2]


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