At 2011's San Diego Comic-Con, a lucky few got to see the first attempt at a TV adaptation of Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’s cult-favorite IDW horror fantasy comic. That pilot never got picked up, but Locke & Key has been playing the second-chance sweepstakes ever since—and it looks to have paid off. Read more...
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige announced the company’s plans to return to Comic-Con International in San Diego this year. The post Marvel Studios Confirms Return to San Diego Comic-Con’s Hall H appeared first on CBR.
Live from the Convention Center floor.
Anthony Rapp is talking Discovery again.
Now that Clive knows the truth about zombies, what does that mean for iZombie season 3? Malcolm Goodwin spoke about that, the premiere, whether his character would ever choose to turn and more last summer at San Diego Comic-Con.
With their biggest splash of a preview since last year’s San Diego Comic-Con — and a year to the day since the release of “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” — Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment have released a new “Justice League” trailer. There are no signs of Superman’s return from the dead, or of […]
San Diego Comic-Con International will open a museum of popular culture in Balboa Park under an agreement announced Thursday by the San Diego Hall of Champions and its Breitbard Hall of Fame. “The Hall of Champions has our deepest appreciation in helping us to achieve the new chapter in Comic-Con...
I wasn’t in Hall H during last year’s San Diego Comic-Con, so I didn’t see Marvel’s exclusive presentation of footage from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol
I can’t agree with fans that hate big crowds at big comic conventions. I tend to like big crowds. And I am always astonished by the way the San Diego Comic-Con takes over that town. I’m also in awe that the New York Comic Con is the biggest convention held in New York City’s Javits […]
Thursday's The Big Bang Theory found the guys excited to buy tickets for San Diego Comic-Con, the massive annual convention about comics and sci-fi/fantasy/horror movies and TV. A huge part of the Comic-Con experience is cosplay, where attendees dress as their favorite characters. Show More Summary
Warner Bros. has released a new trailer for King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. It’s the first solid look at the movie since the San Diego Comic-Con trailer premiered last year, and folks, this movie looks bananas. Read more...
We’ve known since San Diego Comic-Con that Kurt Russell is playing Ego the Living Planet, but we haven’t actually seen a snippet of him in any of the big trailers we’ve had for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. So yes, for now, your best look at him will have to be as part of this new action figure two-pack revealed at… Read more...
Thor and his reluctant housemate Daryl are back. Following the short spoof that introduced us to this unlikely pairing at San Diego Comic-Con last year, Marvel has released a follow-up episode to see how the two guys have been getting along since then. If you missed it the first time around, Team Thor is basically […]
Super Bowl Sunday is maybe the second best time of the year for trailer frenzy (that whole San Diego Comic-con thing is hard to top). So, which movies got millions of dollars sent after millions and millions more dollars to get the big game treatment? Here’s eight with a sort of geeky slant. Show More Summary
Last year, it was revealed at the annual San Diego Comic-Con that Rihanna had been tapped to appear in “Bates Motel,” the A&E television series that serves as a contemporary prequel to Alfred Hitchcock’s classic Psycho. Rihanna was cast as Marion Crane, a key character who is the victim in the famous shower scene in Psycho. Show More Summary
Back in 2014, Mondo released a Harley Quinn print by Matt Taylor at San Diego Comic-Con that was both beautiful and managed to capture Harley in a way we'd never really seen her before. The print was so popular, Mondo decided to make a statue capturing Harley Quinn in her room listening to her favorite records. Show More Summary
Last summer, the San Diego Comic-Con presentation for Justice League came with a special treat for fans worldwide, as the first ever footage premiered online for everybody to see. Since then, we've seen very little, but now the early days of 2017 have been treated with a cool new team...
Vault Comics, an all-new comics publisher, first made themselves known at San Diego Comic-Con in 2016, and the co-founders, publisher Damian Wassel, art director Nathan Gooden, and editor-in-chief Adrian Wassel, gave an interview to CBR back in November. Show More Summary
After making its debut at last year’s San Diego Comic-Con, Vault Comics is ready to unleash its initial wave of titles in the first quarter of 2017. The new independent publisher is focused on science-fiction and fantasy titles, andShow More Summary
Norman Bates completes his transformation when A&E’s “Bates Motel” returns on February 20th, Bloody Disgusting can confirm. The forthcoming fifth season will end the series. News came out of this past July’s San Diego Comic-Con panel...Show More Summary