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Though Zack Snyder wowed San Diego Comic-Con earlier this summer with footage from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, fans were expecting something else. They were expecting an outline of what Warner Bros. has in store for their DC Comics movies over the next few years. Show More Summary
At this year's Comic-Con in San Diego, actress Eliza Taylor, who plays Clarke on "The 100," revealed what's in store for her character in the show's upcoming season. At the end of season 1, Clarke was captured and incarcerated in Mount Weather. Will the experience cow her, or will it turn her into a tougher, stronger leader?
The time has arrived for fans to start brushing up on their knowledge of The Hobbit. The Hobbit Fan Fellowship Contest, first announced at Comic-Con in July, is now open. 75 lucky winners (plus one friend each, so 150 total) will have...Show More Summary
We all know San Diego Comic-Con, right? That giant, sprawling event that draws masses of fans and creators to a single city for a single weekend every year. The one with the exclusive trailers and exclusive toys. The one where badges sell out and hotels fill up faster than you can say Allons-y! Would you believe it was once just a small affair?
"Person of Interest" executive producer Greg Plageman and star Jim Caviezel were at the show's panel in last month's Comic-Con in San Diego to discuss the upcoming season, according to reports.
Joaquin Phoenix was set to be announced as 'Doctor Strange' at Comic-Con, but his deal with Marvel Studios wasn't finalized in time. [...]
Back at the San Diego Comic-Con, it was revealed that the "big bad" for the upcoming third season of "Arrow" would be none other than Ra's al Ghul. Though casting is still coming together for the character on the series, there is one person who previously played the role and would jump right back in, if he could. Show More Summary
That beautiful purple and blue bastard, the NES Jason Voorhees, has been all over the place since NECA conjured him up last year for Comic-Con. Now, the crazy mad men behind it all have just revealed their glow in the dark Jason mask! And yes, it’s fully wearable. This full-size, wearable replica of Jason’s mask is based on the 1989... Read More...
The short answer is probably “no”, San Diego Comic-Con won’t tear itself away from its moorings anytime in the near future but a new ruling by the San Diego City Council opens the door for, if nothing else, a bit of hyperbole and instability in the convention’s relationship with San Diego as the city struggles […]
The future of San Diego Comic Con is uncertain after plans for an expansion to the city's convention center are derailed by a court ruling.
“Probably not, but maybe” is the short answer to the question in the headline. The event known once upon a time as
San Diego Comic-Con keeps getting bigger, but San Diego does not. While some new hotels have gone up in the past several years, the convention center itself, and of course the city around it, has stayed the same size. Two years ago,Show More Summary
HAPPY LABOR DAY WEEKEND, AMERICA! APE News, Comic-Con 2014 Photo Galleries! As we head into the last holiday weekend of Summer 2014, we update our next big show, APE, the Alternative Press Expo, and take a look back at Comic-Con 2014. Read more
See Comic-Con International 2014 with this official photo gallery for Friday, July 25!
Convention center expansion isn't only factor in organizers' decision! Interviews with Darryl “DMC” McDaniels and Ales Kot! Lynda Barry speaks at Willlamette University!
BOOM! Studios wants to talk to you about what editors do (you know you want to know); show off some previously unseen work by legendary Peanuts creator Charles Schulz, and share with you the company’s achievements ad plans for the future and, not incidentally, provide you with some unique variant covers (like the cover for […]
While there is certainly a great deal of history between Comic-Con and the city of San Diego, it's not exactly hard to see the problems in the relationship - and I can say that having been to the last five San Diego Comic-Cons. While...Show More Summary
Jeremy Renner says Hawkeye doesn't die in Avengers: Age of Ultron, and he told it to Larry King. I guess this worry of Hawkeye dying was somehow related to the shot at the end of the Age of Ultron Comic-Con footage, but I thought we'd all decided that was a dream sequence or Scarlet Witch fantasy. Show More Summary