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2022 SDCC Exhibit Floor Map
« on: July 05, 2022, 05:00:54 PM »
Daniel Danger tweeted what the exhibit floor will look like. The maze is obviously a joke

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Re: Exhibit Floor Map
« Reply #1 on: July 05, 2022, 05:09:11 PM »
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Daniel Danger tweeted what the exhibit floor will look like. The maze is obviously a joke

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I need to leave, so I'll probably parse through this later, but LOL at Minotaur's Map in the middle. It does feel like it sometimes yea? And I like the Coward Town (aka Mondo) beacon he left. There are some interesting bits of info though.

EDIT: Ok, doing some way too much in depth searching on this, but sue me, I'm starving for SDCC news here!

Minotaur's Maze basically comprises of Hall D, so we won't know for sure who is there until it is fully revealed.

A few notable booths maintaining both location and size: Nickelodeon, Square Enix, NECA, IDW, Marvel, Aspen Comics, Boom Studios, Entertainment Earth, Capcom, Nintendo, Blizzard, Diamond, Kotobukiya, among those I can see. So yay for those.

Some notable changes I see from 2019:

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I spot Disney Plus making their debut at 4245 where ABC used to be in 2019. Wonder if they will be running any promotions to get folks to sign up to the service.

As we suspected, Funko took about roughly half of the old WB/DC booth area. Mondo also moved to that side after being bought by them as well.

Also, looks like they will add another lounge in the right side where WB/DC used to be. Note the blank area.

A few booths look like they shrank. Those include Image and Sideshow Inc.

A few booths grew, notably Oni Press, and Crunchyroll (which took over the Funimation spot in 4135).

And a few booths moved. NECA was in Hall D, but now appears in Hall E (they are to the left of Minotaurs Maze near the top). Comixology took over Graphitti's spot at 2314.

The Fox booth used to be located in 4229 (just upper left of the Nick booth) in 2019, but from what I can tell I think it says "Disney Television Studios." I think this is the new name Disney named all its Fox properties. Which means new booth maybe?

There are a handful of spots that have numbers but no names (notably 3629 which is to the left of Minotaurs Maze on the map). I wonder if these are spots they couldn't fill?

Anyways, that's all I got. I'm heartened that a pretty substantial number of big booths are still there and we even have a few notable additions and upgrades as well.
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