No one tell Ichabod about the state of student loan debt in America, OK? Or do. That would be hilarious.
Au revoir, San Diego Comic-Con. The craziness is over for another year. Here’s what you missed on the final day, including but not limited to American Horror Story casting, news of a Supernatural musical episode, a depressing Age of Ultron prop pic, and CREEPY JESTER PETER JACKSON.
The in-universe teasers were nice, but this one is pretty great, too. Real footage. Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Dogs have a keen sense of smell, much stronger than humans. So why then, do they use that sense of smell to sniff each other’s butts?
If asked to name a cute animal, few people would probably say “Armadillo!” first, but let’s all reconsider that position as we watch Rollie the armadillo scamper and play with a toy.
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Yesterday’s Comic-Con Once Upon A Time panel debuted a trailer for Season 4. What do you guys think? (via ComingSoon) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram, & Google +?
Zachary Levi and the Nerd Machine crew are running Conversations for a Cause (benefitting Operation Smile) all of SDCC weekend; but watching the “Badass Women” panel will directly benefit you, because why would you not want to watch Yvonne Strahovski, Retta, Jennifer Morrison, Sophie Turner, Ming-Na Wen, and Missy Peregrym chat about being amazing together?
DC and Warner Bros. have released a new trailer for Constantine that reflects some of the show’s recent changes, particularly the departure of Lucy Griffith’s character Liv.
Super-talented comic book artist D.J. Kirkland said he wanted to put the newly re-designed Batgirl and Sailor Moon (Crystal) into one illustration, because he feels like they would be best friends if they were in the same universe.
Hall H was bursting to the brim with awesome yesterday. A roster of rock stars including Natalie Dormer, Maisie Williams, Katey Sagal, Tatiana Maslany, Sarah Paulson and Nicole Beharie all gathered for SDCC’s annual Women Who Kick Ass Panel to discuss powerful characters and the challenges of their male-dominated field.
Um… This guy is a fan of our show. Well, sir, the feeling is mutual. @DylanBruce #OrphanBlack #GeorgeRRMartin #SDCC pic.twitter.com/LYclyFc0fx — Kristian Bruun (@TheBruun) July 27, 2014 George R.R.
The first trailer for the reboot of George Miller’s 1979 Mad Max is here, and damn. Water wars, body horror, Theron’s Furiosa riding through the night like a dirty desert queen…I don’t know exactly what’s going on, but it’s captivating.
Though Marvel didn’t stream the MCU panel out of Hall H last night, our patience has been rewarded! Full video of the entire panel (to compliment AgentM‘s fantastic livetweets) is now online for us sad, non-SDCCers to enjoy.
Yesterday’s Comic-Con Once Upon A Time panel debuted a trailer for Season 4 with new footage of Georgina Haig as Elsa.
The details surrounding the next Mass Effect game are still very much a mystery, but Saturday’s BioWare panel shed a bit more light on what’s in store.
Marvel’s presentation in Hall H yesterday finally revealed the roles that Corey Stoll and Tauriel Evangeline Lilly will play in Ant-Man–semi-spoilers to follow, naturally.
We know that reading about goings-on at Comic-Con after the fact isn’t as good as being there in person, but think of it this way: You’re at home.
This video from yesterday’s Once Upon A Time panel at SDCC takes us into the writers’ room, in which we get a sobering (read as: hilarious) glimpse at just how hard it is to find a Disney villain the show hasn’t used yet.
Yesterday the cast and crew of Sleepy Hollow briefly met up at San Diego Comic-Con to discuss, among other things, Ichabbie shippers and naked Benjamin Franklin.