One of Scream Factory‘s big reveals at San Diego Comic Con this past summer was that they’d be releasing Drag Me to Hell, Sam Raimi’s 2009 return to horror, as a Collector’s Edition Blu-ray, and we’ve now got more details for ya today Drag Me to Hell will arrive on Scream Factory Blu-ray February 13, […]
Originally teased at San Diego Comic Con this past Summer, Michael Myers is joining Mezco’s One:12 Collective line, and the figure will arrive for pre-order on Halloween. The One:12 line of 6? figures “bring quality & detail to a scale that was previously only found in 12? figures,” and Myers is decked out in tailored fabric […]
As you will recall, the trademark dispute between the San Diego Comic Convention and the Salt Lake Comic Con is now in full swing. Thus far, the action has been somewhat strange, with the SLCC getting some pushback from the court based on what looks to be a flipflopping of exactly what defense it is claiming. Show More Summary
Epic intellectual property battle: San Diego Comic-Con versus Salt Lake Comic Con.
A few months ago, we alerted our readers that a trademark dispute between the San Diego Comic-Con and a company producing a Salt Lake City Comic Con, originally filed in 2014, was still going on. In fact, the district court hearing the...Show More Summary
For me personally, the most exciting announcement to come out this year’s San Diego Comic Con was that Scream Factory would be releasing a brand new Silent Night, Deadly Night Collector’s Edition Blu-ray this coming holiday season. The controversial 1984 film is my all-time favorite slasher, and it’s long been my #1 most requested title […]
A tale of terror from the director of The Legend of Hell House. Back in July, Scream Factory announced a handful of upcoming 2017/2018 Blu-ray titles at San Diego Comic Con, one of which was the 1988 film American Gothic. Today we’ve learned that the film will make its Blu-ray debut on December 19. In […]
Back in 2003, the DVD edition of Firefly was released to the public, and then, in 2008, the title was released on Blu-Ray. Fast forward to 2017, Fox announced during San Diego Comic Con that a new 15th anniversary blu-ray collector’s...Show More Summary
Some rumors have been going around that Ben Affleck‘s time as Batman would be over after Justice League. When Affleck was promoting the film at San Diego Comic Con, he denied the claim he wanted out of the role. While not a confirmation...Show More Summary
Concept art of Captain Marvel shown at San Diego Comic Con proved that the finished film was still a long ways away. While fans on the internet had to make do with grainy snaps of concept art shown by Marvel Studios at the convention,...Show More Summary
Credit: Tim Nardelli In this episode of LRM TV Podcast Mike and Mark take a look back at the best trailers from San Diego Comic Con in their opinion. Like every year the ultimate debate of who won Comic Con is discussed. The Official LRM The Walking Dead Creator Robert Kirkman's Skybound Entertainment Signs Deal with Amazon Studios https://t.co/Aj1d4CfcXt about 59 minutes ago
Tyler Posey has led the cast of Teen Wolf for six seasons now, but Sunday night is the premiere of his first adventure behind the camera on the show. We got a chance to talk to the actor earlier this summer at San Diego Comic Con about what the experience was like to take the helm on the show that... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Tyler Posey Teen Wolf
"How many fucking black cartoon characters are on TV right now? Name five—I'll give you time." At San Diego Comic Con, when Tyler, The Creator was asked why the protagonist of his upcoming Adult Swim cartoon, The Jellies, was now black after having originally been white, this was his incisive response.
The Defenders made a surprise premiere at San Diego Comic Con, nearly a month before it is set to be released on Netflix. Along with the lucky fans in Hall H, reviewers got an early peek at the Marvel-Netflix crossover event, which sees...Show More Summary
After a busy few weeks prepping for San Diego Comic Con, the people at Funko have still been hard at The post Funko Friday: What’s new in Funko Land? appeared first on Rogues Portal.
With so much competition for attendee attention, vendors introduce some crazy limited edition exclusives to lure customers.
In this weeks episode of Comic Uno's Weekly Roundup Kat breaks down just a few of the highlights from this years San Diego Comic Con. With so much going on and news dropping every minute during the convention it was very difficult to focus on everything. Show More Summary
San Diego Comic Con might be over but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy some of the great things it had to offer. For those who have ever been to Comic Con know that a big draw for the weekend are all the exclusives that attendees race after. Show More Summary
Last weekend, Jill and Zeon went to Comic Con and took hundreds of pictures of the amazing cosplayers who portrayed comic book heroes, video game icons, TV and movie characters, manga characters, and clever mashups of characters. We shared more than 60 of them here at Neatorama. Show More Summary
So, spoiler alert. The comic industry as we know it is going to die. Well, according to Dan DiDio and Jim Lee it is. At the San Diego Comic Con – which I clearly didn’t attend because I already knew comics were dying – the DC honchos all but shook their rain sticks at the […]