Who did it better at Comic-Con 2011: Jordan Rubin, Jim Norton or Conan?

Plenty of comedians attended Comic-Con 2011 in San Diego last weekend. But only a few, so far, have produced their own walkabouts from the convention.

Let’s take a look and then decide amongst ourselves who did it best!

First, here’s Jordan Rubin, who brought along proud comic-con nerd Brian Posehn to roam the floor for Rubin’s Comedy Central Web series, The Download.

Next up, Jim Norton decided to make SDCC 2011 all about creating buzz for him as a correspondent for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. I think he did more to help Judah Friedlander with an actual plug.

And then there was Conan O’Brien, who actually was there to promote something — his new animated comic superhero, The Flaming C — and visited an art gallery devoted to his latest (ad)venture.

Roll that clip!

One thought on “Who did it better at Comic-Con 2011: Jordan Rubin, Jim Norton or Conan?

  1. Since my IQ is over 70, Jim Norton is still an untalented sexist, bigoted, misinformed ignorant hack at best & much, much worse on his radio show. It says worlds about Leno that he’d book him for anything. I’ll leave it there.

    Brian Posehn is great, he is the gentle giant of stoner nerd comedy. He’s not really an improv guy, like Conan, nor did he have his own panel like Conan, etc, etc. But, I’m glad Posehn is being more recognized for his talent.

    Team Coco is really something, I think Carson would prefer him to Leno. I have to say Conan did it best at Comic-Con. Geez, he even has his own cartoon character that battles Leno & its funny.

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