We continue the story of Comic-Con in pictures with our Saturday photos.  See also Part 5, Part 6, and Part 7; Part 9 for Sunday.  Or go back to Part 1.

NOTE: Any image can be clicked for a larger view.

Morrigan (Darkstalkers) flashes a smile in front of the Transformers display.

Wait, Batman's retired?

A pretty great Transformer, walking around out front.

Pac-Man is getting a revival, for television.

The She Devil with a Sword’s coif appears color-coordinated with the carpet.

Deadpool has some pretty specific instructions about what not to look at.

A pretty major booth for Predator 3D, coming in December.

We ran into two guys with questionable t-shirts together.  This one, which seems to suggest bodily harm to a certain Canadian born pop singer.

And this one, which gave way too much information.

The Destroyah figure from Bandai's high end S.H. MonsterArts brand, which shipped in March at $149.99 MSRP.

Trekkies Q-Pops, from QMx.

More pedicab marketing including some promotion for the upcoming Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures TV series and another with a manikin.

Saturday night, like every night, there were people sleeping in line to get in the best position for the next day’s programming.

Go back to Part 1.