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The crowds are gathering, the cosplay has been assembled and studio execs are hoping that no one is going to leak their surprise reveals. It’s time for the 2017 Comic-Con International convention in San Diego, and we have a crack team on the ground. As always, you can keep tabs on what’s going on at SDCC via Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram

But if you want a closer look at what’s happening on the ground, here’s who you’ll want to follow:

Roger Cheng, @RogerWCheng, executive editor East Coast news
Caitlin Petrakovitz, @misscp, engagement editor
Ashley Esqueda, @ashleyesqueda, senior editor video
Christine Cain, @CarnivoreCain, social media producer
Tania Gonzalez, @taniaglezaz, audience development manager
Mike Sorrentino, @mikejsorrentino, associate editor  
Kelsey Adams, @pages_and_pages, senior copy editor
Jeff Sparkman, @CleverUserName, senior copy editor
Gael Fashingbauer Cooper, @GaelFC, reporter
Bonnie Burton, @bonniegrrl, reporter
Logan Moy, @LoganMoy, associate producer

Or just follow our SDCC list on Twitter here.

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