Comic-Con 2013: Giancarlo Esposito’s Day 3 photo diary

July 21, 2013 | 2:03 p.m.

10 a.m. In the freight elevator of the Bayfront Hilton, getting ready to start a full day of interviews. (Giancarlo Esposito)

10:19 a.m. Eric Kripke and Rockne S. O'Bannon. The gift of stellar writing. This is what makes "Revolution" so exciting. (Giancarlo Esposito)

11:28 a.m. Eric Kripke and Billy Burke! Boy, do I want to be both of these guys — the swashbuckler and the brain. (Giancarlo Esposito)

11:31 a.m. Ben Edlund, our new executive producer, and -- what? -- my son Jason (J.D. Pardo) and my old boss (David Lyons). (Giancarlo Esposito)

11:59 a.m. How excited am I to be the object of so much love and affection! Thank you, fans! (Giancarlo Esposito)

12:01 p.m. The "Revolution" will be televised and documented! (On the cast party bus.) (Giancarlo Esposito)

1:16 p.m. Crazy Comic-Con fans: I love them! Wow! The beauty of the flow of the con! (Giancarlo Esposito)

3:41 p.m. My favorite moment so far: Seeing Alfonso Cuaron and meeting Sandra Bullock. (Giancarlo Esposito)

7:42 p.m. This year's Comic-Con has been extraordinary. The magic in the streets has been electric, and "Revolution" has been overwhelmingly received. The fans in the audience doubled from last year and then some. "Believe" left people gasping for more. Kudos to all involved! (Giancarlo Esposito)

7:53 p.m. The "Revolution" panel. Thank you, fans! (Giancarlo Esposito)

As part of our Comic-Con International coverage this year, Hero Complex reached out to a select group of actors and writers, asking them to document their experiences in San Diego. Giancarlo Esposito, star of AMC’s “Breaking Bad” and NBC’s “Revolution,” chronicled his busy Saturday with a stream of candid photos. Click through the gallery above to see snapshots of the actor’s  experiences, with captions written by him.

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