July 24, 2010 | 3:00 p.m.
The authors at Comic-Con International in San Diego who usually get the most attention are the creators of graphic novels and comic books. But as my Los Angeles Times colleague John Horn reports, there’s a different–and more controversial–writer making a splash on the convention floor this week: There’s no official queen of San Diego’s Comic-Con International, but if there were such a coronation, Olivia Munn might be wearing the crown. The 30-year-old actor and television personality — and recent Playboy and Maxim magazine cover girl — has drawn convention floor crowds so outsized that she’s become a walking fire hazard. Her pull is poised to grow even stronger during this weekend’s convention. In addition to being a co-host of the nerd-nirvana TV series “Attack of the Show!” and a new correspondent for “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart,” Munn has […]