Comic-Con: Hitting the Floor with the Batmobile, Deadpool and a Wonder Woman Barbie

'Justice League,' a Marvel VR game and plenty of toys at the movie-related booths had thousands of fans buzzing during the convention's annual preview night.
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Twas the night before Comic-Con, which meant the San Diego convention's annual preview night allowed fans a sneak peek at the movie-related booths on the convention floor.

Thousands of people poured into the convention center, many of them having to line up far ahead of time to be the first to get on the floor when doors opened at 6 p.m.

Here are some of the highlights of what Heat Vision has glimpsed (so far) from the floor. (To see the best of the TV booths, click here.)

The Batmobile is making the biggest splash, with Warner Bros. and DC trotting out one of the vehicles used for shooting the upcoming Justice League film. People crowded around taking photos, and the general consensus was this was one of the best offerings seen so far. 

So what could compete with a Batmobile? 

There were quite a few Justice League toys as well, with highlights including Wonder Woman and Mera Barbies.

Warner Bros. also has a wall dedicated to it's It adaptation, and it will likely reinforce any clown phobias you may have.

Hot off of Spider-Man: Homecoming, there were quite a few Spidey toys on display.

Another buzz-worthy display is Oculus' Marvel Powers United VR game, which is due out in 2018. Fans were in awe of the game, which put them in the shoes of their favorite heroes. The downside? Becoming a hero takes a little getting used to, with the players spending a lot of time just looking down at their hands. 

And no Comic-Con floor would be complete without Deadpool, who was caught spray painting the Hot Wheels display. Luckily for the toy company, he was uncharacteristically PG with his message.

Things start in earnest Thursday morning, with the Fox panel in Hall H. Stay tuned for incoming X-Men movie news.

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