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San Diego Comic-Con’s Biggest Attraction? A T-Rex Toilet

San Diego Comic-Con’s Biggest Attraction? A T-Rex Toilet

San Diego Comic-Con, the annual geek extravaganza, may be missing some big players like Marvel, Lucasfilm, Sony, and Netflix this year due to the ongoing writer’s strike. But there is one special treat for attendees to make it all worth it: a commemorative toilet, courtesy of the 30th anniversary celebration of Jurassic Park.

Of course, this is no ordinary toilet. This is (a recreated version of) the iconic toilet scene from the original 1993 movie. Remember when the sleazy lawyer Donald Gennaro (Martin Ferrero) is desperately trying to hide from the Tyrannosaurus Rex? Well, you can relive that nail-biting moment yourself, with the T.Rex making a guest appearance, ready to give you the fright of your life. It’s all part of an entire Jurassic Park 30th anniversary fan event that will run on July 21 and 22, the Friday and Saturday of Comic-Con.

If sitting on a porcelain throne isn’t your thing, attendees will also have the opportunity to celebrate the 30th anniversary by stopping by the “Visitor’s Center” to purchase merchandise, encounter their favorite dinosaurs and relive more thrilling moments from the prehistoric park through various immersive experiences.

But let’s face it, the real star of the show is that unforgettable toilet. Picture yourself sitting on the can, a giant dinosaur glaring back at you, capturing the moment for a lifetime of bragging rights. If you want to have a dinosaur scare the crap out of you, head to this link on June 29 at noon ET for a chance at scoring some (free!) tickets.

And remember, while you may not be getting your dose of Marvel trailers and sneak peeks this year, at least you’ll have the chance to create lasting memories with a prehistoric beast and a toilet that has seen things no toilet should ever see.

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