Artist's humorous floor map suggests how to improve Comic-Con

Even if you couldn't make it to San Diego Comic-Con this year, by now you've heard that it was even crazier than usual. Longer lines, more crowded center, a Twilight fan tragically getting hit by a was a madhouse. A madhouse! Thank goodness one person has a solution for next year.

Yup! Let the movies, videogames and toys all sink into the bay, returning Comic-Con to what it was actually named after—comics!

Pretty bold, but for the nerdiest of us all, it feels like ... home.

Whaddaya think? Agree? Disagree? Does Comic-Con need to get back to its roots?

(Sam's Infatuations via Drawn)

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