It's that time of year again, the one weekend of the year where pop-culture and general geekery take over the news cycle and piss off just about everybody who has an active dislike for this sort of thing. San Diego Comic Con is back, with its impossible-to-buy tickets, exclusive swag, and never-before-seen footage that inevitably leaks online in atrocious quality. It's also the time when the entertainment industry shows off all the stuff it has planned for the near future.
But Comic Con is big. Really big. You just won't believe how vastly, hugely, mind-
Here's everything we have so far:
And it’s very moist.
It looks like it’s going to be a breath of fresh air for the DC Extended Universe. Very happy, very silly fresh air.
It’s unfortunately not going online but we were there and can tell you all about it.
If Godzilla is truly the King of the Monsters, then surely he needs a few monsters to fight to earn his title, right?
We also get our first look at a “famous” Harry Potter character from the past.
But the appearance of the Enterprise is just one of the ways that'll happen.
What if Batman was the Punisher?
The ratings made the show’s renewal somewhat inevitable.
Unfortunately, it appears the video is solely for Comic-Con attendee, but we can tell you everything we saw.
Director Ruben Fleischer and stars Tom Hardy and Riz Ahmed debuted some bombastic and wildly violent footage from the movie that isn't online yet.
Miles Morales is in for a hell of a ride alongside his new best friends Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy.
While Comic-Con didn’t give us a trailer, it did let us peek behind the curtain.
And Joss Whedon is involved as executive producer.
The Star Wars printed universe marches on
Eighteen years after we first met the unbreakable David Dunn and the extremely breakable Elijah Price, they’re back.
Life has literally never been better for Rick Grimes, at least since the zombie apocalypse began. But how long will it last? Apparently, no time at all.
Now we get to re-meet Captain Pike and Starfleet’s most iconic vessel.
It’s been a year since Netflix announced it would be adapting the Dark Horse comic series for its platform. Now it’s finally revealed the cast in all their superhero glory.
We’ve got My Hero Academia villains, Ms. Marvel, and of course... Iron Spider-Dog? Enjoy!
The big focus of the trailer is yet another villain coming to make Spidey’s life hell: the legendary mercenary (and maybe even future movie star) Silver Sable.
It’s a cool premise—although unfortunately, the outcome seems a little iffy.
The voice cast includes John Cena, Lena Headey and Johnny Rotten!
Look at all that bright colour on Aquaman!
Our new look at the TV adaptation for George R. R. Martin's Nightflyers is legitimately haunting.
A new Doctor on Doctor Who means new everything.
Unlike other Lego games, you’ll have access to a character creator that allows you create your own villain.
It finally feels like Iron Fist may have figured out want people wanted out of this show in the first place.
Thought that Titans trailer was the only DC Universe show we’d be hearing about today? Think again.
Lucasfilm animation is reviving the show for one last huzzah, in the form of a series of episodes based around the Siege of Mandalore.
In the US at least. There's no word on international pricing or availability yet.
Please, try to be shocked: it’s called Joker.
Teen Titans Go! this is not.
I bet you forgot Aquaman was even happening.
A New Lego Set Reveals Spider-Man and Venom Don't Need to Be Jealous of Tony Stark's Hulkbuster Mech
It's 604 pieces, and it'll be available in December.