The Impractical Jokers Comic Con experience was one to brag about. Impractical Jokers is one of the funniest TV shows ever made. San Diego Comic Con brought Jokers and fans together in a beautifully funny way.
TruTV hit comedy series, Impractical Jokers, features 4 life-long friends that dare each other to do the funniest yet most humiliating tasks all on hidden cameras. This show is one that can get anyone laughing. To celebrate its fourth season a history museum was set up in San Diego giving fans an impressive Impractical Jokers Comic Con experience. The Impractical Jokers Comic Con History Museum was set up at the Michael J. Wolf Art Gallery in San Diego.
Impractical Jokers Comic Con History Museum Attraction Impressions
The Impractical Jokers Comic Con History Museum was built with fan entertainment in mind. This attraction was one of the most impressive dedicated fan experience at Comic Con. The museum featured fun entertainment that would bring a smile to any fans face. Things such as Impractical Jokers themed temp tats (Yes, flying ferret included), the wheel of doom and an interactive photo booth kept fans involved and excited.
Other activities in the museum were also themed to the show. Attendees were able to get free drawing from a caricature artist as well as view walls of hilarious Impractical Jokers themed art. Those who came to the museum were given the opportunity to turn the blank paper faces of Joe, Sal, Murr and Q into artistic master pieces with markers. It was the true fans dream.
The museum also featured a vending machine full of awesome Impractical Jokers themed prizes. If fans posted a picture from inside the museum they were able to get a random prize. The prizes were delightfully funny. Things like a “Hey Mustache” shirt, matryoshka dolls (Russian dolls) of each of the guys, coffee mugs and more were awarded to fans who participated.
Not only did the Impractical Jokers Comic Con History Museum feature a ton of amazing giveaways but they also had random meet and greets with Sal, Murr, Joe and Q throughout the day. If that didn’t put the icing on the cake then the groups limited edition comic book signing sure did.
By now you are probably telling yourself that the Impractical Jokers Comic Con experience sounded like a blast. While that is a correct statement, one thing made this experience the best part of Comic Con. When meeting the cast, it felt as if fans were also life-long friends. Each of the guys welcomed their fans just as you see them act on the show. Authenticity is always questioned when it comes to hidden camera shows. The Impractical Jokers Comic Con experience farther proved that this show is exactly what its fans are lead to believe; no strings attached. It was warm, inviting and oh so special.
The Impractical Jokers Comic Con History Museum not only provided some of the best smiles of the con but it made each and every fan feel as if they too are a part of the history of what Impractical Jokers truly is.
Don’t forget to tune in and catch all new episodes of Impractical Jokers on July 16th at 10/9C on TruTV.