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SDCC 08: Another 28 Days?

Our man Tristan has been stuck in the dreaded Hall H all day long, sitting through panel after panel after panel, afraid to leave for fear of not being able to get back in. Hopefully someone buys him many beers tonight. But perhaps all that waiting has paid off?

SDCC 08: Future Full for Hack/Slash

Checking in from Comic Con this time with us is our diligent webmaster, Condit, also known as valuerocker. He sat in on a Hack/Slash presentation done by Devil's Due and has returned with some very cool news about the future of the comic and the long-gestating film.

SDCC 08: Dexter Murders the iPhone!

What could possible be far more exciting news than the third season of "Dexter"? How about a a video game based on the show that you can take anywhere?!

SDCC 08: Dexter Season 3 Details

Details just rolled in regarding the third season of Showtime's hit series "Dexter". This comes straight from the "Dexter" panel where our bundle of bald joy, Uncle Creepy, is sitting right now!

Comic Con 2008 Gallery is Open!

I know you guys were enjoying our seemingly endless stream of images from the floor of Comic Con today, but just cause we stopped doing stories doesn’t mean there’s not more to show off! We just opened the official San Diego Comic Con 2008 gallery, where you’ll find a ton of images we never showed you today, new looks at different figures and some very cool surprises!

SDCC 08: Prom Nighters Get Laid ... to Rest!

Robert Hall is currently in production of his slasher Laid to Rest, about a young woman who wakes up in a casket and must evade her maniac captor. However, Robert did take time out of his schedule to come to Comic-Con and chat it up with Uncle Creepy.

SDCC 08: Alex Proyas' Dracula?!

Andrew Kasch just checked in with a Dark City: Director's Cut update and news about future projects from Alex Proyas.

SDCC 08: Blu-ray Heathers w/ Special Packaging!

Diet Cokeheads and Swatch Watchdogs, oh how I miss them so much. Uncle Creepy could sense that and decided to call in with this kickass exclusive straight from San Diego Comic-Con.

Zombies Zombies Zombies! DVD DVD DVD!

I haven't heard of Zombies Zombies Zombies, but I am going to take a guess and say it's about strippers.

SDCC: 08: See Jack Brooks With Dead People!

Messiahman chimed in with a bit of news today for those in Hollywood and the surrounding areas. Jon Knautz's monster flick Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer, is going to have a special showing at midnight on August 12th at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery!

The Wolfman's Site Howls to Life!

In the midst of all the Comic-Con madness, this bit of news managed to catch our eyes while wading through the crowds. The official site of Universal's The Wolfman launched today and provided us with a more detailed synopsis than what we've seen floating around before (see image below).

SDCC 08: On the Fringe of Preview Night

Our man Nomad and crew have been providing pictures and scoops from Comic-Con fast as lightning, but I thought you might also like to hear about some of the goings-on at this year’s event. Last night was what they call “Preview Night,” and if it’s any indication of what the next few days are going to be like, I suggest everyone who’s attending wear comfortable shoes and get ready for a lot of standing in line.

SDCC 08: Spawn!

Spawn. Lots and lots and lots of Spawn. I’m going to be honest, I didn’t realize this character was still so popular with the masses, but judging by McFarlane’s upcoming selection of Spawn figures, he’s more popular than ever. Feast your eyes below!

SDCC 08: Cloverfield Monster!

If you’re one of the few who have yet to see Cloverfield and managed to avoid all the images of the monster once the film was released, congratulations. I have no idea how one would do that. If you’ve read this far, chances are you’re neither, so just move your eyeballs down a bit to check out some new pics of the monster fresh from the floor of Comic Con!

SDCC 08: The Birds Barbie!

Barbie Vs. The Birds? Why the hell not? I mean, Hitchcock was huge on having important female characters in most of his suspense films; maybe this is just the beginning of a new line from Mattel. A man can dream, can’t he?