As always, I looked for signs of Native and multicultural work. Here's what we saw:
Native and multicultural aspects
And that's about it for the Native presence. It was about as close as you can get to zero without being zero.
A genuine protest
We did have one notable multicultural encounter. Fred Phelps and his Westboro Baptist Church, the people who protested gays at a military funeral, showed up at lunchtime to harangue the fans and motorists. They carried signs saying "Fags Are Beasts" and the like.
But the Comic-Con people were prepared. Some had counter-signs such as "God Hates Fred Phelps." Others used hyperbole such as "God Hates Kittens" and "Kill All Humans." This did an effective job of parodying the protesters' fanaticism.
You can read more about it here. Eventually the anti-gay protesters left. Victor tweeted the following: