Why Video Games Dominate Pop Culture, But Not Comic-Con

When Call of Duty: Black Ops launched in November, the video game sold 7 million units worldwide -- a gross of $450 million -- in its first day on the market. Not even The Dark Knight Rises could hope for such a one-day take. And though there are obvious differences in price, the volume of people who made COD's debut a gigantic event was enormous. So why are games given second-class treatment at Comic-Con, the showcase for all things bright and new in pop culture?

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chidori6662548d ago (Edited 2548d ago )

"games given second-class treatment at Comic-Con"

Comic Con main event is for cartoons.

What terrible article -___-

Optical_Matrix2548d ago

Well it is called COMIC-con for a reason

madpuppy2548d ago (Edited 2548d ago )

sheesh, that like asking why t-shirt sales get second class treatment at a rock concert.

256bit2548d ago

well as you can see the big thing in comic con are TV SHOWS & FILMS.