The 10 Best Spots to Up Your Instagram Game at San Diego Comic-Con 2019
From the Iron Throne to the Krusty Krab.
San Diego Comic-Con is out in full effect for its 50th anniversary. After traversing the show floor for the day, these are the can’t miss things we witnessed that will have all your friends scrolling through Instagram back home cry out in jealousy. Check out these 10 spots and creations to check out at SDCC 2019, or look at longingly on your smartphone if you couldn’t make it this year.
10. Pose with the Big Thanos Funko Pop
Be seen with this cutie patootie mad titan.
9. Hulk Out With This Weak Bruce Banner
We posted about the costumes from the upcoming video game “Marvel’s Avengers” earlier on Inverse, but this is a sight to be seen.
How did they not have a budget to build a Professor Hulk on the floor of Comic-Con where thousands would have recreated the scene from Avengers: Endgame? Just imagine thousands of fans turning up to dap and yell “HULK out!”
8. Dine at the Krusty Krab
Make a Krabby Patty at Nickelodeon’s Krusty Krab and make your little cousin jealous. If you’re lucky, you may also spot Spongebob voice actor Tom Kenny.
7. Get a Marvel Mastercard
Watch out Apple, Marvel has a special edition Mastercard that’s ridiculously easy to sign-up for while you wait in an hour long line to purchase exclusive SDCC Marvel gear.
7. Ride Cloud’s Final Fantasy VII Bike
Get excited for the Final Fantasy VII Remake by getting run over by Cloud’s bike, IRL.
6. Propose on Mega Construx’s Game of Thrones Iron Throne
This is not a throne made of Lego’s. This is a Mega Construx Iron Throne.
5. Eat at Pop’s From the Best Show Ever, RIVERDALE
Impress your teenage friends with a visit to Pop’s!
4. Fortnite, of Course
Impress your kids (or cool teen nieces and nephews) by stepping into this Hamster Ball vehicle from Fortnite: Battle Royale.
3. Ride Around San Diego on an Electric Scooters
The scooter craze has arrived in San Diego, and you can’t walk more than a block without seeing one (or a dozen). Considering the traffic around the convention, it’s also one of the best ways to get around.
2. Eat at the Interdimensional Hole of Pancakes
Get your Good Place on with the pop-up restaurant-experience in San Diego’s Gaslamp District.
1. Big Lego Constructions of Massive Disney Franchises
Nothing says Comic-Con like a bunch of toys assembled to look like a famous fictional character. And let’s be honest, that life-sized Lego Iron Man is pretty sweet.