In Sin City there should only be red banded, rated ‘R’ trailers. But we don’t live in Sin City, we just watch and read about it. Thankfully, the great guys behind the upcoming sequel brought a slightly more adult, red banded trailer of the film to San Diego Comic Con. Once again based off the classic works of Frank Miller, Sin City 2 is co-directed by Miller and Robert Rodriguez. The movie, entitled A Dame To Kill For (after Miller’s second mini-series in the Sin City universe), is slated for release August 22nd. The trailer below is probably NOT SAFE More >
Posted by Darren Schram
It is that time of year again. San Diego Comic Con is just moments away. For those lucky enough to attend this means many different things to all these attendees. But one thing we do know is everyone loves exclusives. So your friends at SG2M wanna help you out and give you the low down on some of the hot exclusives for the biggest show of the year, and where to find them. Please click on image for a larger view.
Action Figures Express has an awesome Star Trek logo book end set. You can find this at booth #3345 for More >
Some of you might have seen USA Today announce Chuck Palahniuk doing a sequel to Fight Club yesterday. Yes, the character of Tyler Durden (who was portrayed by Brad Pitt in a film based on Palahniuk’s most iconic novel) will be returning…but not to the traditional prose we first met him in. No, this sequel is going to be found in sequential art. Dark Horse is bringing Palahniuk’s writing to the comic book pages for a 10-issue mini-series sequel to Fight Club. Illustrated by Cameron Stewart and David Mack, the new series will debut in May of 2015. It follows More >
Standing out very prominently this year at Booth #2547 of Comic Con International, in San Diego from July 23rd through the 27th, will be Comixology. The digital comic company recently acquired by Amazon is going to have some incredible displays and giveaways throughout the weekend, and even a few signings. These giveaways and signings definitely seem to show the power of their new parent company. So come celebrate with comiXology as they give away $10,000 worth of $5 Amazon Appstore credits toward comiXology content, host 8 panels where they will not only make and break news but also giveaway a More >
Dark Horse has let loose their list of awesome an exclusives, panels, and signings for this year’s San Diego Comic Con, but one bit remains a mystery. While you can pick up all kinds of cool items at their booth, #2615, and meet all sorts of well known creators…one special guest’s name is hidden from view until Tuesday July 22nd. It’s a teasing mystery that instantly draws my attention, but with no answer in sight for some days let’s focus on what we do know.
As per usual, Dark Horse has a rather amazing store filled with their awesome products at More >
Last year Aspen went rather huge at San Diego’s Comic Con International to celebrate their 10th anniversary. Aside from creator signings and exclusives, they had a great big party at Mission Brewery in downtown. Following up their 10th year of conventions, this 11th year has had equally amazing drive. But for this year’s Comic Con, Aspen is bringing its largest gathering of creators and exclusives of the year! So just what are they bringing to their booth (#) at the con? Well, let’s start with the creators.
Here is Aspen’s 2014 signing schedule:
11:00-12:00 – Peter Steigerwald (The ZooHunters), Siya Oum More >
Posted by Adelaide Quagmire
Title: Dumbledore’s Army Reunites At Quidditch World Cup Final
Author: J.K. Rowling
The unexpected short story released on Pottermore.com (or shared exclusively with Today HERE if you are a mugglish laymen without a Pottermore account) in the early hours of July 8, 2014, turned this sweltering Tuesday morning from shockingly bad to a feeling of uncontrollable elation – at first.
Written in the prose style belonging to Rita Skeeter, the Daily Prophet gossip columnist that everyone loves to hate, we see Harry, Ron, and Hermione – families in tow- some 17 years later as the Quidditch World Cup final is in full swing. Our hero is More >
Another night, another leaked DC television series. Tonight we get one from NBC, the upcoming Constantine TV series set for actual release on October 24th. Once again, I hope this leak leads to the network premiering it online to detour pirating, but I suppose piracy is cool right now based on recent television and film trends. So once more I’m going to try and give a few spoiler avoiding thoughts on what I’ve seen, in hopes of enticing you all to give this show a shot later this year when it premieres.
This round of Constantine is much closer to the More >
It seems lately that there is a trend of big networks canceling cult popular TV shows only for them to find a new life with a pre-existing and new fanbase online thanks to great companies like Netflix. Now joining those ranks is the huge internet company, Yahoo, with the amazing TV series, Community. Yes, Community, that funny little comedy series from NBC that got canceled after its fifth season earlier this year. It didn’t seem like NBC ever had much respect for the show, moving around its release dates, cutting down season lengths, and even at one point firing their More >
The pilot episode of The Flash has leaked online, well before its intended release date of October 7th this year. Because of this, well I’m not the type to jump on a full review over such, I’d like to point out some of the hopeful bits that might entice you a bit towards checking out this new series when it premieres on CW this Fall. And if CW is smart, they’ll put the full pilot on their website in advance of the show, to prevent promotion of pirating. Of course that’s just my thought on the matter, but here are a More >