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COACHELLA JUMPED THE SHARK + Comic-Con Sells Out?

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Published on Apr 22, 2012

Coachella 2012 is here and its bigger than ever... but is that a good thing? Should Tupac has stayed... un-holographic? Also, Comic-Con is approaching, but is there any meat left on those bones for Hollywood movie execs? Or have all the Batmans, Spidermans, etc been sucked dry? Oh and we go on... a few tangents. Get used to it.

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Comments • 204

Señor Parrandas
This shit just gave me a head ache. Peace
TwoScoopsXD
It's weird that this was a year ago
ariismyagent
EDC is bigger than ever and just went international... money always wins
123clawer
Tupac Shakur is #1 and bringing him back with the snoop dogg of these days is an insult
Bacbi
I've never been to comic con, but I love seeing videos from there and the panels and stuff. But what I don't like to see from there are actors or celebrities u clearly are just there for publicity, don't like, respect or appriciate comic con. It's okey if u don't read every comic book that comes out or know what happened in the 28:36 minute mark on star trek episode 22. Like the Spike VGA, the celebrities just looks akward on stage because they don't care about what their talking about
Remus0387
Also there will be true fans and those who jump on the bandwagon, but it shouldnt be about that what i like popular now so it's no longer good. No it's good it's just more exposed to popular culture, as long as the thing you loved doesn't sell out it's principles or is only in for the money, i dont see the problem with places like Comic Con enjoying it's success.
Remus0387
I think we have to realize that while the things we enjoyed and were fans of back when it wasn't cool or popular or mainstream, just because they've become popular now doesn't mean it's sold out, it's just got it's well deserved exposure and success. Shouldn't we be happy that people finally realised that we nerds liked back then wasn't lame but actually cool, it's validation. Of course people will always try to make money off it and mine the creative pool till they exhaust it. 
EstacadoConstantine
The movie companies have already begun to swarm like vultures down on the comic book industry for new ideas for films.That what the American film companies do they steal other peoples original works.Be it an original film or comic.Refresh them,spice them up,chop it apart,fill it with bullshit so it can sell in the mainstream.Yet it still sucks.Look at the new upcoming Spider Man film and the GI Joe series.They bleed it to fucking death and move on.They are fucking starving lol 
GhettoSage
alex's last idea is genius
damaxterpiece
Tyt Common room.. I jump in it!!
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