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Westeros meets Comic-Con

1:13am EDT - 01:12

Fans queue for 24 hours for a chance to meet Game of Thrones cast members at Comic-Con in San Diego. Paul Chapman reports.

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There was no shortage of Game of Thrones cast members at Comic-Con in San Diego...just a shortage of leaks about the hit show's future. They signed autographs but gave nothing away about what comes next in the gruesome hit fantasy series. It's clearly inspired fans at Comic-Con, some of whom were prepared to queue for up to 24 hours for a close-up glimpse of their heroes. (SOUNDBITE)(English) GAME OF THRONES FAN JOSHUA FARRAR SAYING: "My dad's friend started lining up at three pm yesterday and I met up him here at five in the morning to wait in line, to go straight to Warner Brothers get the Game of Thrones poster." (SOUNDBITE)(English) GAME OF THRONES FAN JAY JAY MANIQUIS SAYING: "Because I spend so much time watching this show and I watch it over and over again, I look at all the theories, I look at all the online articles, Twitter, it's just such a good show." For those who couldn't get into the exclusive panel discussion with the cast members and co-creator David Benioff there was a chance to get into the Hall of Faces. It's a key location in the journey of young orphaned Arya Stark in the ever-growing pile of bodies, gore and intrigue that have earned the show a cult following.

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Westeros meets Comic-Con

1:13am EDT - 01:12