Marvel Studios and Netflix had a roller coaster panel at SDCC, beginning with footage from The Punisher and capping off the day in Hall H with a surprise screening of Marvel’s The Defenders, which will be released on Netflix August 18.
It’s been over a decade since Samurai Jack aired, but an ending for the series – in the form of a movie or otherwise – has been on creator Genndy Tartakovsky’s mind since. After last year’s announcement that the series would finally return with a fifth season, Tartakovsky sat down with press at SDCC to explain what that return would look like and what brought it about.
“I’m someone who has struggled mental illness with and is a big proponent of mental health awareness. In my mind, Doom Patrol is the perfect book to discuss those issues.”
From the Preacher press conference at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con
You too, can be a hero of the beach
There’s “still room in comics to play for keeps.”
Im actually here in San Diego already and about to go into an all day fest of judging as I’m honored to be one of this year’s judges for the Will Eisner Spirit of Retailing award. It’s a good break from catching Pokemon right in my hotel room. Also, the new Marriott expansion looks INCREDIBLE. […]
What happens when you cross over two major Sam Raimi/Rob Tapert franchises? You get a Xena and Army of Darkness four issue crossover mini series by Scott Lobdell and Elliot Fernandez (Harley Quinn and Power Girl). Variant covers include Reilly Brown (Deadpool & Cable), series artist Eliot Fernandez, David Robinson with an Action Figure Variant syle cover, and Michael Adams with […]
IDW and Top Shelf have united for one mega booth this year, so you’ll get everyone from Eddie Campbell to William Gibson to Congressman John Lewis. WOW. With just a week left until San Diego Comic-Con, IDW and Top Shelf are officially unveiling their schedule for the weekend; including incredible signings, and must-see panels. Take […]
Have I walked into objects because I was staring at this game on my phone? Yes. Have I awkwardly captured Pokémon resting near strangers, children, and even babies in public? YES. But here is what I promise you: I promise I will not let Pokémon GO ruin my SDCC etiquette.