Tag: SDCC 2015
San Diego Comic Con has come and gone once again, and as always, we were overwhelmed by all that we saw. Some of it seems like a blur, but these highlights will stick with me for a while, and influenced my overall impression of the big event. Come inside to check them out!
While it was supposed to be a treat for those in attendance at Comic-Con, leakers have spread the bootleg version of the Suicide Squad footage online. Though angry about the leak, Warner Bros. has decided to release the trailer online for everyone to enjoy! So come in and check it out!
One of the highlights of this year's SDCC was the new Batman v Superman trailer. Besides being filled with exciting action, it's packed with tiny details and plot hints you may have missed. Don't worry, we're here to break it all down for you.
You may have heard that FOX blew the roof off of SDCC last night with a Deadpool trailer that people can't seem to stop talking about. Sadly, that trailer wasn't released online, but thanks to Ryan Reynolds, we know about when it will be.
Guillermo del Toro was at San Diego Comic-Con this year to show off his upcoming film, Crimson Peak, but, while there, he also dropped some new information about Pacific Rim 2, including what they're doing on it now, and when filming will start. Come inside to check out his comments!
Star Wars collectors had plenty to drool over this year at San Diego Comic-Con, as Hasbro took to the stage and revealed some stunning new six inch figures from their Black Series line, including ones from the cartoon series and the upcoming movie. Now you can check out their reveals thanks to high-res images!
Warner Bros. big SDCC panel has gone down and they brought the big guns with their DC Comics movie slate, and new information on Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, including an all new trailer that they've thankfully made available to everyone. Come inside to check it out!
DC Comics and WB have been making some of the best animated movies around and most of them seem to fly under the radar. These movies normally take a major storyline from the comics and bring them to life in a "direct-to-DVD" animated movie, but like I said they are really good. The next one on their list is going to be one of the most famous Batman stories in comics, The Killing Joke.