Comic-Con 2017: Best of the Convention Hall floor – Los Angeles Times

San Diego Comic-Con opened its floor for preview night Wednesday revealing rows upon rows of oddities, art and swag. But how does one distinguish between the treasures and the trash? Is it worth sacrificing an hour of your life just to stand inside a giant pineapple from the animated series “SpongeBob SquarePants?” We’re here to answer these pressing questions for you.

Together we combed through the body pillows, DVDs and limited edition enamel pins to bring you the most interesting and innovative things hiding inside the massive convention hall. This is your guide to the Comic-Con floor.

SpongeBob’s house — Nickelodeon

If you’ve ever wanted to visit SpongeBob’s pineapple under the sea, you’re in luck. At this life-sized version of SpongeBob’s house, you control the way characters move with your own actions. Those looking for more ’90s Nicktoons nostalgia can also check out Helga Pataki’s shrine to her beloved football head (a.k.a. Arnold) from “Hey Arnold!”

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