San Diego Comic Con is basically nerdvana. It's the biggest event of the year, where the film, tv, and comics industries come together to showcase what they have planned for the year ahead. There are also games there, but to much lesser extent, thanks to them getting their own shows at the likes of E3 and Gamescom.
But seriously San Diego Comic Con is huge. So huge that's easy to lose track of everything that happens. Even more so if you're actually there navigating the crowds. We have plenty of news up on site, and you can keep tabs on it all right here. This list will be getting updated as the weekend progresses, so make sure to keep coming back.
There'll also be a round-up of the smaller bits of news that we didn't have chance to publish coming to you on Monday, so keep an eye out for that when you're on the way to work.
We have four minutes of superhero action to dig into, so let's see what we can work out.
But its not just Nazis, unfortunately.
'Twice Upon a Time' might have just finished filming, but there was still something to be seen at San Diego Comic Con.
Batman: Year One did wonders for the Dark Knight, and now Miller is giving Superman the same treatment.
Yes, it's still a thing. And yes, Steven Spielberg is allegedly still involved.
She's considering giving up her human persona in order to live and fight as Supergirl 24/7.
Thought Scarecrow was creepy? Think again.
He'll also beat the tar out of Hulk.
Who needs Mr Fantastic when we have Plastic Man?
There’ll be partying, fighting, Vegas mischief, and at least one scene involving the juggling of breast implants.
I’m very pleased to report that season three looks like more of the same in a very good way.
Plus a whole bunch of other casting announcements.
Here's a blow-for-blow recount of the amazing Comic-Con footage Marvel elected not to put online.
Nick Fury is also in it, but with two eyes.
Big Ollie looks pretty down in the dumps in this season six teaser.
It’s pretty grim, as the cracks in both Iris and Cisco’s personalities especially start to emerge.
This is probably the most fun Marvel movie trailer ever. And that's really saying something.
Now with added dead tigers!
Blade Runner 2049 Director Says Harrison Ford and Ridley Scott Are Still Arguing About What Deckard Is
The question of whether or not Deckard is himself a replicant is one fans have debated since the movie came out in 1982—and it’s a debate the star and director are still having to this day.
Yep, Stranger Things is still totally awesome.
The stakes are bigger than ever... maybe? Actually, it’s a little hard to tell what’s going on.
Producers promise it won’t break Trek’s canon... though it’s hard to see how.
While also reminding us that exploring the strange new frontiers can be a truly ridiculous endeavour.
A lot has changed—and it’s not lookin’ good.
We can't show it to you, but nobody can stop us telling you about it.
Justice League, assemble!
To say that his answer was vague is being generous.
Though it does come with the DCEU equivalent of Wingdings.
Executive producer Matt Nix has a clever answer to how his show does actually fit in with the movies—and how all of Fox’s other mutant-centric offerings do, too.
If Jeffrey Dean Morgan isn't Batman, we riot.
It delivers big, sweeping, pop culture fun.
Scott Buck has been replaced by former Sleepy Hollow producer Raven Metzner
Aside from perhaps MacLachlan, the actors are only allowed to read the pages of the script which contains dialogue for their characters.
Not one, not two, not three, but four more major DC animated movies are on the way.
Expect plenty of Kryptonian fist-shaking and Zimmer frame action.
After This Insane Trailer We're Dying to See The Lego Ninjago Movie, and We're as Shocked as You Are
This movie looks downright insane.
We Saw the Second Episode of The Tick and It's Going to Be Your Favourite Superhero Show All Over Again
Fellow citizens, it was freaking great.
The Avengers director is ready to take on Barbara Gordon.
The news was announced at the Lucasfilm publishing panel at San Diego Comic-Con.
Let's hope it's more of a punchy pleasure than the uneven debut season.
Preacher’s Comic-Con trailer, as new villain Herr Starr exclaims in the climax of this trailer, needs to be seen to be believed.
To us, she'll always be royalty.
An island that puts the danger in danger zone.
Short version: It’s awesome.
Combined, these two characters will have the power to change the world.
A new report claims that Warner Bros. is looking at plans to quietly phase out Affleck’s Batman and replace him with a new one.
Marvel's new X-Men show had a strong showing at Comic-Con.
We're all about Frank Castle's solo show.
Here's a glorious new trailer to revel in. It’s so, sooo good... and has added chat about pork!
Sansa is "real woke" according to Sophie Turner.
You can watch it and be equally baffled here.
DC’s upcoming Dark Nights: Metal series involves dark, alternate reality versions of the Justice League.
The most memorable on-screen moments belonged to an actress who wasn’t even at San Diego Comic Con: Julianne Moore.
Maybe Marvel's greatest villain can finally get the big-screen adaptation he deserves.
Two secret agents doing what they’re best at: being dapper and acting kind of dickish.
Stargate is getting an all-new TV series on its own streaming service.
The latest trailer really dives deep into the weird culture clash of a Los Angeles filled with magical species, and it’s really intriguing.
My god are they wonderful.
We have the trailer, and a full report on everything else we saw.
David F Sandberg is set to direct, and hopefully Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson will debut as Black Adam.
A bevy of props and images are currently on display at San Diego Comic-Con, and the Klingons are stealing the show.
Last night, Warner Bros. and DC unveiled a series of replica costumes from the upcoming Justice League movie.
It’s nearly time for a new Star Wars movie, which means we’re even closer to emptying our wallets all over some new Star Wars toys in the run up.