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For two weeks every summer, the sleepy town of San Diego becomes the center of the geek universe.

Movie studios hawk their tentpole films for the following summer. Video game companies show off their big games for the holiday season. TV studios give fans unprecedented acess to their favorite stars.

Other sites will keep you in the know with the latest gossip, the color of Hayden Panitierre’s underwear, and other such things.

Not here.

Sandy and Steve had an inspiration for coverage befitting Chicago’s favorite comedy group. Sandy wanted someone who would be able to find one of Hollywood’s greatest actors and ask the tough questions.

So, they called in a convention vet who has the contacts and insider knowledge to get the job done. That’s me, James Alsup

During my quest, I’ll take photos and videos of the parts of Comic-con you don’t see on TV or YouTube videos. So sit back and enjoy as I bring you

Comic-Con 2009: The Search for Marc Singer.

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  1. 51 mos, 2 wks ago

    I’ve met Marc Singer at a Comicon. He will say “hi” to every single person walking by. I was at a booth nearby and heard him say “hi” easily thirty times.

  2. 51 mos, 2 wks ago

    Is he approached more for “V” or “Beastmaster”? I would guess “V” but “Beastmaster” is awesome. How does he feel about the V remake? How does he feel about Beast Man from Eternia?

  3. WitlessMinion
    51 mos, 2 wks ago

    I heard that Marc Singer was willing to come back and do more ‘V’, but only under any circumstances.

  4. 51 mos, 2 wks ago

    Ha!

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