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DC Entertainment is coming to WonderCon this year in a big way, as this is right before the comic publisher rolls forward with their new relaunch of #1 comics they’re titling DC: REBIRTH! Knowing this, it’s obvious to understand why the publisher, whose offices are right in WonderCon’s backyard, is bringing a full crew of creators, exclusives, and news via some big panels! One of the panels is even so big it starts before the convention opens on Saturday and will be streamed live for anyone to watch around the world! But just who are the creators coming to WonderCon More >
WonderCon has moved yet again, but it’s guaranteed to have the fans move with it this year while bringing in a large number more thanks to the new location of Los Angeles! Home of the stars, movie studios, and several comic publishers, expect this show to have a fair number of Geeky celebrities present. If you can, you need to get tickets fast, and prep your travel plans because downtown LA is not always an easy place to get to, stay at, or find parking. But if you do make it? There will be a lot of fun things to More >
When comic fans hear the name Garth Ennis the first thing they think of is probably extreme violence, derogatory language, nudity, or generally just Preacher, his popular Vertigo comic series. With titles like The Boys, The Pro, The Authority, Crossed, and Punisher Max under his belt there is certainly a theme to his writing style. So when it was announced at San Diego Comic Con this year that Garth Ennis’ new comic series would be a romance title released through Dynamite Entertainment, people were understandably taken a back. Ennis has done some interesting war and espionage titles through Dynamite, but More >
On Saturday July 11th, at San Diego Comic Con’s Warner Bros Presentation panel in Hall H of the massive San Diego Convention Center, fans got an unexpected surprise. Following the presentation for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the cast of DC and Warner Bros. Suicide Squad movie made their way on stage to unbelievable applause. Will Smith, Margot Robbie, Jai Courtney, Joel Kinnaman, and director David Ayer were a few of those present to show off the new tag line to the film, “Justice Has a Bad Side”. For those familiar with the old Suicide Squad comics, the concept More >
After an epic reveal today in San Diego Comic Con’s Hall H, the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer is now being played at the DC Comics booth (#) and is available to watch online, down below! The unbelievable hour and a half long panel wasn’t entirely focused on the new DC comics movie, also featuring the stars and creators behind Suicide Squad, Pan and The Man from U.N.C.L.E., but Batman v Superman and it’s trailer were certainly the highlight. With a huge cast presence of Ben Affleck, Henry Cavil, Amy Adams, Jesse Eisenberg, Jeremy Irons, Holly Hunter, and Gal Gadot as More >
In the past few years Marvel has begun officially selling exclusive products out of their booths at various conventions they have an actual presence in, like New York Comic Con and San Diego Comic Con. This year they continue this newer tradition with some great apparel, exclusive comic covers, and a unique series of items that have a bit of a Disney twist. But the trick to getting these incredibly awesome exclusives is heading to Marvel’s San Diego Comic Con booth (#2329), which only a lucky 130,000 people will have the opportunity for.
Now I’m sure you’re all first off more More >
The biggest comic convention in America is nearing, and as San Diego Comic Con gets ever closer that means the news relating to and coming out of the event will start filling our pages. First up comes surprisingly from Aspen however, as they really dive to the front of the news circuit with some major new announcements. In anticipation of this year’s Official Aspen Comics Panel 2015 at Comic-Con International: San Diego, the publisher has revealed several of its upcoming new series and projects set to debut as early as this Fall.
This October, the publisher will debut the action/adventure saga More >
The Email just went out and we only have about 48 hours before the fight for hotel rooms begins. Yes, San Diego Comic Con has once more given us an online gladiatorial match that pits geeks against one another in competition for the greatest of prizes, the chance to go to Comic Con International this July! We’ve already seen people walk away victoriously or hang their head in sadness after the quick brawl to get passes to this year’s event online through Epic Registration. But this one is the big one, because while you might not have a pass to San More >
San Diego’s Comic Con International is a world renowned event that draws roughly a quarter of a million people out to San Diego annually for a 5 day long festival of comics and pop cultures. Big Hollywood studios and comic publishers sit alongside video game companies and all sorts of manufacturers looking to advertise to a geek crowd that far exceeds the measly 130,000 official attendees of the event. Culturally speaking you could say San Diego Comic Con is the largest event of its kind, even more so than the significantly higher attended Angoulême, Lucca Comics & Games, or Comiket which More >
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 >