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Comic-Con Adds 2 More Graphic Novel Book Clubs!

COME AND TALK COMICS WITH US! Comic-Con Adds 2 More Graphic Novel Book Clubs! In 2014, Comic-Con International started its first 2 Graphic Novel Book Clubs in San Diego libraries. Now we're adding 2 more! Read more

Comic-Con Could Be Moving Out of San Diego

Geek ground zero could happen in Anaheim or Los Angeles this year Trending Comic-Con San Diego Convention Center

Could Comic-Con Leave San Diego?

Comic-Con and San Diego go hand-in-hand, and have ever since Comic-Con was founded in San Diego in 1970. But Comic-Con has expanded much faster than San Diego has. As anyone who’s waited overnight for a Hall H spot or spent 10 minutes trying to cross Harbor Drive can attest, it feels at times like Comic-Con […] The post Could Comic-Con Leave San Diego? appeared first on /Film.

Comics A.M. - The Competition For Comic-Con International

San Diego, L.A. and Anaheim make the pitch (again) for Comic-Con! Roz Chast's graphic memoir is a National Book Critics Circle finalist! Plus much more!

Will Comic-Con leave San Diego? Other cities are making pitches

Comic-Con International, San Diego's lucrative four-day convergence of costumes and commerce, may be ready for a change of scenery.

Comic-Con Adds 3 More Graphic Novel Book Clubs!

COME AND TALK COMICS WITH US! Comic-Con Adds 3 More Graphic Novel Book Clubs! In 2014, Comic-Con International started its first 2 Graphic Novel Book Clubs in San Diego libraries. Now we're adding 3 more! Read more

My desk craves this game-inspired Predator 2 figure

I'm still kicking myself for missing NECA's glow-in-the-dark Jason Voorhees figure based on his loud design in Friday the 13th for the NES. It was exclusive to San Diego Comic-Con, and I should've had a friend nab one for me. Shoulda coulda woulda. Show More Summary

Comics A.M. - The Rise, Decline and Rebirth of Valiant

A profile of the revival of Valiant! San Diego juggles All-Star Game and Comic-Con in 2016! Kelly Sue DeConnick talks "Bitch Planet"! More of the best comics of 2014!

My Characters: Battlestar!

Battlestar, drawn by Mike Gustovich at that near-legendary San Diego Comic-Con I attended waytoo many years ago. Before I get into this month's character focus, I've got a quick question for you guys: Are any of you reading these particular...Show More Summary

The Full Trailer ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Is Here, Is Awesome

2 months agoOdd : Nerd Bastards

After decades of development, we’re finally seeing the next chapter in George Miller‘s Mad Max saga. Months after the reveal of the teaser trailer at this years San Diego Comic-Con comes the first full two and a half face melting minutes of Mad Max: Fury Road in the form of a full theatrical trailer. In Millers own […]

Maisie Williams talks The Last of Us movie, says Hell Yes to the Ellie role

Maisie Williams, best known as Arya Stark on HBO's "Game of Thrones," has been informally attached to the film adaptation of THE LAST OF US since San Diego Comic-Con in July, when it was announced Sam Raimi would be producing the project. Show More Summary

San Diego Asian Film Festival 2014

San Diego, my hometown, is not only the summer superhero party central with San Diego Comic-Con in July, it is also the host of the San Diego Film Festival from Nov. 6-15. That's actually longer than the American Film Institute's Film Festival (Nov. Show More Summary

Geek Memories: Conventions, Part 2!

So last time around, I talked about my first several conventions, which were mostly Sci-Fi cons, and promised that I'd follow up this time with my first (and only) San Diego Comic-Con! It was 1986, and I was a year and a half away from getting out of the Navy. Show More Summary

10 Reasons I'm Glad I Attended Comikaze

Comikaze Expo is the "other" Southern California geek convention, coming in after Wondercon and San Diego Comic-con. Stan Lee's name is attached to it, though he's not exactly remiss about attac...

Grant Morrison and Deepak Chopra panel at the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con

3 months agoEntertainment : The Snipe

The comics writer and spiritual leader discuss superheroes in the modern age. read more

Watch The Entire Her Universe SDCC Fashion Show Courtesy Of Nerdist!

3 months agoOdd : Geekosystem

We've seen highlights before but now, thanks to Nerdist, you can watch the entire Her Universe fashion show from San Diego Comic-Con 2014! We've also got a few exclusive photos of the geek couture pieces to feast your nerdy eyes upo...

The First 'Batman V Superman' Trailer Could Be Coming Soon

Now that the "Avengers: Age of Ultron" trailer has been unveiled after making an appearance at San Diego Comic-Con this summer, fans are wondering when they'll be able to see the first trailer for "Batman V Superman," which also debuted footage at the event. Show More Summary

Sideshow’s Epic ‘Pinhead’ Statue (Exclusive)

Sideshow will burn in hell for this…”Burn? Oh, such a limited imagination!” Already previewed at the San Diego Comic-Con, Bloody Disgusting has the below exclusive new look at Sideshow Collectibles’ astounding Pinhead Premium Format Figure from Miramax’s Hellraiser III: Hell On Earth. Show More Summary

Here's When You Can Finally See 'The Avengers' Sequel Trailer

The "Avengers: Age of Ultron" trailer has now played at San Diego Comic-Con and New York Comic Con and pretty soon you'll be able to see it, too. The first teaser trailer for the anticipated sequel will air Tuesday, Oct. 28 during Marvel's "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." television series on ABC during the 9 p.m. Show More Summary

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