To a rookie, the San Diego Comic-Con is all about the movie and TV show previews and the celebrities. But those who have been around the block a few times know there's more to it than that ... much more. We're talking exclusive collectibles that can only be purchased at the show, and now, thanks to Dread Central and Idle Hands, we've got your one-stop shopping list right here ready for download or transfer to your smartphone.
With an appearance at Comic-Con right around the corner, what better time could there be for Warner Brothers to release all of the specs and artwork for its upcoming adventure featuring the Frog Brothers?
Who doesn't love Teddy Scares, especially their motto: "Once soft and cuddly, now dead and bloody." If you'll be at next week's San Diego Comic-Con, you can pick up the newest member of the Teddy Scares family - Abnormal Cyrus. But you'll have to act fast as there'll only be 150 pieces available at the show.
Next weekend’s big dance called the San Diego Comic-Con is known for being home to lots of big surprises from any number of different companies. Such is the case with Top Cow, who has provided us with an exclusive piece of artwork that hints at things to come.
The lovable loonies from Fewdio are back with a brand new short film, Firsts, that they're debuting at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, and we've got the first stills to give you a taste of what to expect!
With the excitement building for the debut of "The Walking Dead" TV series, it's easy to forget that it all began as a comic born in the creative mind of Robert Kirkman, but thanks to AMC's blog, here's a little reminder in the form of a sneak peek at the first seven pages of the upcoming Issue 75 of the The Walking Dead comic.
With The Room director Tommy Wiseau both baffled and entertained audiences alike with his, shall we say, unique style of filmmaking. Now, just a few years later, the man is back with another tale of ... aw hell, we don't know. Screw it, though, get ready to dig on the teaser trailer for his latest project anyway!
The 2010 San Diego Comic-Con is nearly upon us, and thankfully Warner Premiere has set the Frog Brothers loose at the show to prevent any weirdo vamp attacks.
This year’s San Diego Comic-Con attendees will be among the first to get a peek at - and maybe even a copy of - RIP M.D., the new graphic novel from Lincoln Butterfield Animation and Fantagraphics Books. Exclusive preview copies will be available at the Fantagraphics booth (#1718), at just $12.99 each.
So a few days ago Piranha disappeared quietly off of the San Diego mega event's schedule. Everyone has been pretty quiet as to why, but now it seems as if the reason is that there may have been too much boobs and blood in the water.
A new promotional Comic-Con one-sheet for Frank Darabont's adaptation of the Robert Kirkman zombie epic "The Walking Dead" has debuted online and we have every stiffened pixel for you right here!
Now that the programming for all four days of the beast known as the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con is live on the show's official site, we've gone back and tweaked the daily schedules already posted here on DC. Most are minor additions or moves, but of considerable note are the disappearance of Piranha 3D from the Friday panels and the overall absence of Dimension Films.
Although Sundays are known as "Kids' Day" at the San Diego Comic-Con, there's still enough horror oriented content being offered on the final day of the 2010 show to keep fans sticking around "America's Finest City" for at least one more go-around our massive Convention Center.
Thankfully for those of who will be running ourselves ragged on Friday, July 23rd, covering all the horror-related events at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con, the genre-centric fare on Saturday, the 24th, is a bit lighter. But what there is should bring out the fans in droves.
Yet another new image from Adam Green's long awaited sequel to his slasher based gore-fest, Hatchet II, has hit this crazy little thing that we call the interwebs. This one offers your first glance at director Tom Holland in character and having a bad day.