Ok, look. Everyone that has or wants to go to Comic Con? Stopit. You are supporting the world's most unorganized event team on earth. Want proof? Here's two things:http://techland.time.com/2010/07/28/comic-con-2011-preview-night-sold-out-already/
Check that out, before Comic Con 2010 was over, Comic Con 2011 was sold out of preview night tickets. 15,000 badges sold to what is equivalent in the business world as nepotism or the academic world as legacy admissions. Not convinced? Try this one on for size:
If you can find me more than the Warner Brothers pilot screening regarding the preview night (for example: the toys available on preview night), I will be thoroughly impressed. Because more than 2 minutes spent on google trying to find anything means you haven't done a good enough job documenting it.
Or how about the only other time they attempted to sell tickets was on a third party website that was under-powered and incapable of handling the load. If you sell out 15,000 tickets in the course of a weekend when the last time you had the same deal it took you four months, maybe you should consider WORKING WITH AN ESTABLISHED TICKET DISTRIBUTION COMPANY rather than "ticketleap" that crashed consistently for a 24 hour period.
Seriously - Whoever is running this shit, if you are on Google+, I want your voice on this, I want you to try and justify how you're not terrible at your job. I can guarantee you that I can do a better job, and I'll wager your salary against it.