What is RSS?
RSS is a technology that will help you find out the latest information
about what's happening at Comic-Con International and our other conventions.
Not only is this a free service, you don't have to give us any of
your personal information to get it. And, unlike subscribing to a
mail list, it won't clog your inbox with any more spam. This technology
is used by all the major news services, bloggers, and now, we're using
When you subscribe to our RSS news feeds you'll receive the latest and greatest
information; all the updates on our website and news about our conventions! Right
now, our feeds are limited to news and announcements, but we hope to expand our
feeds into other areas as well. Who can tell what the future may hold…especially
if this becomes as popular with you as we think it will.
You can subscribe and check our feeds at your leisure. Newsfeed articles will
link you to the webpage that's referenced in each article. You don't have to
check the various sections of our site manually to see what's changed (though we
welcome you to explore them anytime). We'll tell you what's new and how to
find out more. And, you can subscribe or unsubscribe at your convenience.
Sounds great, doesn't it? Many major news services and blogging services already
use RSS web feeds. Now, we do too. Whether you are a comics professional, an
exhibitor, a die-hard fan, a comics blogger, or a member of the press, this is
a great way for you to keep up-to-date with our latest news and releases.
What do I need to get started?
You're going to need an RSS Reader or Aggregator.
Some browsers, such as Safari, already incorporate RSS as a feature.
Mozilla's Firefox will allow you to add RSS/XML feeds in a feature
it calls Live Bookmarks
(although you can still use a Reader).
Other browsers require that you use an extension or add-on. You can even choose
to have the feeds sent to your email system, use a standalone program
to view feeds, or even use a web-based RSS feed aggregator so that
your feeds are available wherever you have a connection to the net
no matter what machine you are using. Even better, most of these RSS
tools are Freeware!
If you are using an add-on, you'll
need to copy and paste the address of the feed into your news reader program.
Where do I get a News Reader?
Rather than recreate the wheel, the contributors to
have already done a great job at going into more details and pulling
together lists of the major RSS feed readers/aggregators that are out there.
Learn more about RSS at:
About RSS Feed Readers/Aggregators:
List of Great RSS Feed Aggregators:
Once you've got your feed reader installed, take some time to familiarize
yourself with how it works by going through it's documentation and help
system to find out how feeds are added. Before you know it, you'll be an RSS pro.
Comic-Con provides links to its RSS feeds in the sidebars of our respective
sites as applicable. For your convenience, we've gathered all of the available
feeds that we provide on this page in the callout at the top of the page.
Terms and Conditions for Use of Comic-Con International RSS Feeds
We encourage your personal subscriptions to our various RSS Feeds.
However, if you plan to include them in your website, newsfeed, or personal
blog, we request that you:
- don't modify or delete any of the feeds' contents,
- don't redistribute the feeds,
- ensure that links continue to reference our website,
- ensure that our feeds are properly credited to Comic-Con International and the respective convention represented by the feed.
MOST IMPORTANTLY, please ensure that your site is suitable for viewing by all
ages of the general public and does not violate any laws of your area.
The presence of a Comic-Con International RSS Feed on a website does not mean
that Comic-Con endorses or approves of the site, its content or its services.
Comic-Con International reserves the right to discontinue providing RSS feeds
and to require that you cease accessing or using our RSS feeds, content, and
logos at any time for any reason.