If you know of Morgan Spurlock's Super Size Me, then set aside many expectations for the filmmaker stepped behind the camera and let the stories speak for themselves.
Taking the San Diego Comic-Con phenomenon as a whole, Spurlock's cameras follow five or six different people from various background through their journey at the con where they all hope to reach certain personal goals. One wants to be recognized for her costume talents, one fears that selling comics has become an obsolete form, a collector simply wants to add to his already impressive collection, etc.
If you've never been to any convention, this will give you a good idea of how crazy it's become over the years, and maybe those of you who have gone there a few times will feel like the film is rushed with it's 86-minute running time. As I said earlier, the film could have covered more ground, but it's already a good start. Not the "end all, be all" documentary we hope for, but a very nice step in the right direction.
On a side note, there are many interviews included of great artists, directors, writers such as: Stan Lee, Josh Whedon, Kevin Smith, Harry Knowles and more.