We have come here to praise comic con not bury it. Ok examination of what the event has become while acknowledging that the genesis of it is slowly dying. The event has been so co-opted by the studios and the marketing gurus that the true level of comic artistry is slowly being forgotten. Those highlighted are kind of hit or miss but several of the testimonials are quite good. In the end a pleasent timewaster.
Not to say that i don't like morgan Spurlock or his personality appearing in his documentries. But i truly applaud him for letting the subjects speak for themselves and explain why thye are obsessed and why they are fans of certain things. Which truly illustrates more then he could try to get out of them. The beauty and the agony of fandom.
A delightful homage to one of the biggest conventions (probably THE biggest) in the world. Only problem I could find was that Spurlock doesn't have any speaking part. It's clear that he loves the Con (he has written a book on it), but it seems a bit strange that he doesn't have anything to say. Still, it's definitely worth watching, and the four people it follows are definitely very likable.