If you recall around San Diego Comic-Con time, there was an announcement of a Futurama game coming to mobile, but we didn't really know much in the way of details or anything quite yet when it was announced, but a few more details have just rolled out. We know the title: Futurama: Game of Drones.
Coming out of San Diego Comic-Con back in July, all anyone wanted to talk about were the trailers for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad. And for good reason, they were both awesome. In the interim, however, we haven't seen much, and with the release date for BvS creeping ever closer, we're starting to get antsy. Show More Summary
Fans at San Diego Comic-Con’s Hall H were treated to a special look behind the scenes of Star Wars:The Force Awakens by director J.J. Abrams, producer and Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy and writer Lawrence Kasdan. The filmmakers were joined on stage by cast members Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac, Domhnall Gleeson, Gwendoline...Read More
When the red band trailer for Deadpool hit San Diego Comic-Con, and then was subsequently leaked all over the internet, fans of the merc with a mouth drew a sigh of relief. This was the Deadpool they knew and loved. Still, the idea of an R-rated comic book movie is bizarre. Show More Summary
A San Diego court returned a guilty verdict in the felony reckless driving case against Matthew Pocci, a man who drove into a 2014 Comic-Con crowd that included participants in a zombie-themed parade. A 64-year-old woman was severely injured in the crash. Read more...
A San Diego jury decided today that Matthew Pocci will be facing up to 3-years behind bars for hitting a woman with his car during the Zombie Walk at the 2014 Comic-Con. The guilty verdict comes after just a day of deliberation on the felony charge of the charge of reckless driving resulting in serious injury. Show More Summary
Merely hours before the bulk of San Diego Comic-Con kicked off this year, news was dropped that Ben Affleck would not only star in a Batman solo feature-length film, but also direct it, and work hand-in-hand with Geoff Johns on the project. Show More Summary
The site of Michael Shannon’s body in the longer Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer that Warner Bros. brought to San Diego Comic-Con likely caught audiences off guard. After all, Superman (Henry Cavill) disposed of his Kryptonian enemy, General Zod, in a controversial move that concluded Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel. Show More Summary
New York Comic-Con took place over the weekend, but we're still celebrating all the geeky fun. Both celebrities and cosplayers are a common sight at the event (as well as Summer's gigantic San Diego convention), and sometimes the two...Show More Summary
Comic Cons can be an overwhelming experience, with a legion of geeky fans in costumes waiting in lines and descending upon their heroes in droves. Bryan Cranston notably went to San Diego Comic-Con as Walter White in 2013 to more sneakily walk around the massive convention. This weekend, at New... More »
The comic books are like a road map, executive producer David Alpert shared when he, Sonequa Martin-Green and Michael Cudlitz discussed The Walking Dead at San Diego Comic-Con.
It feels like just a few days ago, we were gushing over all the fun and creative cosplays from Comic-Con in San Diego, CA. Thankfully, we didn't have to wait too long to see the just as amazing cosplays coming from this week's Comic Con in New York City. Take a look ahead and get some fun, fresh ideas for your Halloween costume!
"There's got to be something else out there." That's what Michonne was thinking last season, Danai Gurira explained when she, Steven Yeun and executive producer Gale Anne Hurd sat down at San Diego Comic-Con to discuss The Walking Dead and what's to come in season 6.
Rick has had enough of suffering fools in the apocalypse, Andrew Lincoln explained when he, Melissa McBride and Greg Nicotero sat down at San Diego Comic-Con to discuss The Walking Dead and tease what's coming up in season 6.
At San Diego Comic-Con this past summer, Marvel unveiled its first ever collectible pins. Given the Disney connection, it was only a matter of time after Marvel was acquired by the Mouse House that it too would offer its own versions of the tradable pins that had been a mainstay for Disney fans for over 15 years. Show More Summary
Ever since the power of Marvel was able to ignite an entire genre of films, comic book conventions have slowly but steadily made their way into the mainstream. Sure the big ones are still the big ones, e.g. San Diego Comic-Con, New York Comic-Con, Dragon Con, etc., but smaller conventions have popped up across the […]
Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg via Getty ImagesThe Lego Dimensions toys-to-life video game is demonstrated during July's Comic-Con International convention preview in San Diego. Lego fans and parents of Lego fans know how easy it is toShow More Summary
During San Diego Comic-Con Wesley Snipes revealed that he’d had some discussions with Marvel about reviving the Blade franchise now that the rights have reverted back to the studio. It wasn’t long after that a rumor popped up involving...Show More Summary
What's going to set Limitless apart from the numerous dramas already out there on television? BuddyTV was at San Diego Comic-Con to find out that and more about the upcoming CBS series from executive producers Heather Kadin, Alex Kurtzman, Craig Sweeny and Marc Webb.
The Eisner Awards at San Diego Comic-Con back in July were a great night for women in comics, but this past weekend's Ignatz Awards at Small Press Expo in Bethesda, Maryland, recognizing achievements in small press and independent creator-owned comics, went one step further in celebrating women's contributions. Women claimed victory in every category. Continue reading…