Things certainly seem to be changing on the San Diego Comic-Con front. For years, the convention has hosted some of the biggest Hollywood players, who showcased sneak peeks with some of their upcoming features. The illustrious (and infamous) Hall H was where many of these flicks were first showcased to a wide audience. Show More Summary
Over the years, San Diego Comic-Con has grown from a small convention that actually focused on comics to the single largest media convention in the universe. Every major entertainment company uses it as the showcase location for all of their upcoming properties. Show More Summary
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If you have ever attended San Diego Comic-Con, or know someone who has within the last ten years or so, you have likely heard plenty of Con stories that begin with “I remember when you could buy tickets at the door”, or “Movie studios ruined Comic-Con”, or, on the other side, “I am so glad […]
Despite pop culture hurtling toward the future on the wings of the Internet and streaming everything, some studios and producers have their heels dug into the past. In response to San Diego Comic Con deciding to stream some of their panels shortly after they happen, 20th Century Fox has pulled their presentations from Hall H.
If you're heading to the sunny shores of San Diego for this year's Comic-Con, throw away your hopes of seeing footage from Wolverine 3 or Assassin's Creed. Twentieth Century Fox is apparently not doing any panels in the convention's coveted Hall H, opting instead to promote some smaller projects in smaller panels. According ... More »
Fans dressed as Stormtroopers and superheroes will have one less Hall H line to stand in at this July's San Diego Comic-Con. One year after sending the crowd into a state of rapture with early peeks at "Deadpool" and "X-Men: Apocalypse," 20th Century Fox has decided to sit out this year's convention....
San Diego Comic-Con International’s Hall H is the stuff of geek legend. Every summer, nearly 7,000 fans pack this convention center hall for the promise of seeing their favorite filmmakers, actors and creators showing a sneak preview of some of the biggest and most anticipated films. Show More Summary
As Batman hunts for the escaped Joker, the Clown Prince of Crime attacks the Gordon family to prove a diabolical point mirroring his own fall into madness. Batman: The Killing Joke will be presented at San Diego Comic-Con 2016 next summer, but the movie’s official release date has not been announced yet. Show More Summary
Every year, San Diego Comic-Con takes a break from promoting movies and TV shows for the Eisner Awards, a ceremony dedicated to highlighting greatness in the world of comics. Now, the nominees for the 2016 Eisners have been announced, and it’s a predictably impressive collection of books. Show More Summary
As easy as it is to decry how San Diego Comic-Con isn’t about comics anymore, the gigantic convention is still home to one of the most prestigious awards in the industry, the Eisners. The list of nominees for this year’s awards are out and it is, as usual, jam-packed with amazing comics. Read more...
Comic-Con International's new Comic Con HQ platform aims to revolutionize the way fans get content from San Diego Comic-Con.
We're certainly living in quite a different world than we were even eight years ago. The times are ending when folks attending a convention will be able to keep the experience completely to themselves. With today's technology, taking that experience to someone in their living room is now very possible. Show More Summary
Can’t make it to the Con this summer? Syfy will bring it to you. The network today announced Syfy Presents Live From Comic-Con, its first-ever live broadcast from the confab airing nightly at 8 PM Thursday, July 21 through Saturday July 23. Show More Summary
When Comic-Con International and Lionsgate announced last year the creation of a streaming video service called Comic-Con HQ, fans of the San Diego convention hoped the news would mean live access to some of the event's most exclusive panels. On Tuesday, fans got an answer: The service will stream...
When San Diego Comic-Con announced a streaming video service, few were optimistic that it would allow fans to see the best panels that take place every year. Surprise! They will be streaming—but not without some major caveats. Read more...
The animated adaptation of Alan Moore and Brian Bolland’s famed Batman novella, The Killing Joke, is finally coming to screens this year, with a premiere expected to happen at San Diego Comic-Con in July. DC Comics finally released some first teasers at what the animated feature will look like. You can watch the teaser above […]
There’s plenty of impressive cosplay out there, but the reason people pay attention to former Mythbusters co-host Adam Savage is because he makes a fun game out of it. Every year for San Diego Comic-Con, Mr. Savage dresses up in some kind of detailed, professionally made costume and challenges fans to find him. Show More Summary
Last year's footage of Suicide Squad from San Diego Comic-Con painted the movie as an action-packed, yet gloomy affair. Then January's first official trailer did a complete 180 with fun moments and quips being dropped left and right while Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" played. Show More Summary
San Diego Comic-Con will be on the small screen 365 days a year? Let’s hope so. Comic-Con International and Lionsgate unveiled last week to launch Comic-Con HQ, a subscription video-on-demand service to archive Comic-Con activities, to offer new programming shows and to offer daily discussions on comic books, movies and television. Show More Summary