Articles tagged with: San Diego Comic-Con
“What makes you think you can control them?”
I applaud SDCC for recognizing Doc Savage and The Shadow in their busy programming schedule; pulp heroes who inspired almost every aspect of any comic convention.
Saturday at San Diego Comic-Con showcased Star Wars art by Rob Prior and the Sideshow Collectibles R2-ME2 exhibit, and the amazing Stan Lee made an appearance.
New trailer pits Batman v Superman v Wonder Woman v Alfred v Lex Luthor v some senator v Ma Kent v everybody …
“Black and blue. God versus man. Day versus night.”
Friday at San Diego Comic Con we focused on the pulp magazine roots of comics, with panels showcasing The Shadow, Doc Savage, Tarzan and John Carter of Mars.
Comic-Con attendees who braved Hall H were treated to a heartwarming behind-the-scenes look at Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Thursday at SDCC 2015 we celebrated the 75th anniversary of Superman radio, saw some Doctor Who, ran into Doctor Brown, and chuckled with the cast of “Con Man.”
What makes a typically normal and sane person stand in line for hours to get into San Diego Comic Con’s Preview Night? Take a look at our pics to find out!
Friedman’s “Heroes of the Comics: Portraits of the Legends of Comic Books” sings the praises of many of the previously unknown pioneers of modern pop culture.
After waiting in the Hall H line Friday night (for Saturday’s movie preview panels) and being awake for 45 of the previous 48 hours, Sunday at San Diego Comic-Con 2014 felt like some strange “walking …
For movie fans there’s not much that can match being the first to see advance footage of your favorite films while sitting in the electric atmosphere of Hall H.
Batman owns the San Diego Comic-Con this year, celebrating his 75th anniversary during the show, so we’re going to look at his historic milestone one more time.
Big news from San Diego Comic-Con 2014.
Thursday saw bigger than usual mid-week crowds at San Diego Comic-Con 2014 (at least from my unscientific perspective), which is a testament that comics, genre movies, and costuming continue to infiltrate the mainstream – which …