Although Comic-Con started out as a comic book convention 40 years ago, it's now become something much bigger -- not just a haven for comic geeks, but for fans of all forms of popular culture, including movies and TV shows.

In recent years, 'Twilight,' the vampire saga based off the best-selling books by Stephenie Meyer, has caused a bit of controversy at Comic-Con. On one hand, you have the Twihards -- die-hard 'Twilight' fanatics who will do anything for the series (including camp out for days at a time to get a quick glimpse of the stars of the film). On the other, you have comic book fans -- those who have been attending the Con for years and want nothing to do with 'Twilight,' dismissing it as just another fad.

Our own Jenna Busch took to the floor of Comic-Con to gauge opinions of those who have come out to this year's convention. Check out the video below to see what they think and give us your opinion in the comments below




Do you think 'Twilight' should be allowed at Comic-Con?
Yes369 (58.4%)
No263 (41.6%)







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