By Grady Smith
Updated July 14, 2012 at 07:24 PM EDT
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EW met up with comedian (and avid comic book fan) Patton Oswalt at The Spreckels Theatre in San Diego to hear how he’s enjoying Comic-Con and get a behind-the-scenes look at how he prepares for his comedy shows. We also asked what he thinks of the Daniel Tosh rape joke controversy. His level-headed response: “Obviously, I don’t agree with what he said, and I don’t agree with how he said it, but I think it’s very dangerous to create an atmosphere where people can’t f— up.”

Hear Oswalt’s full thoughts, including why the internet can actually be a good thing for comedy, in Part 2 of the video below.