And companions! Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman, and Michelle Gomez keep it 100 at SDCC.
Looks can be deceiving/awesome.
SHOCK BLANKETS FOR ALL. Plus bonus clips of Benedict Cumberbatch and Andrew Scott.
It premiered at Comic-Con AND DID I MENTION IT'S GOT MAISIE WILLIAMS?
Don't forget to DRINK SOME FREAKING WATER and CHARGE YOUR FREAKING PHONE.
Jennifer Lawrence says goodbye to Katniss, we get some Game of Thrones closure, the Justice League makes its debut, and Lady Gaga crashes American Horror Story: Hotel — it ~could~ all happen!
You Can't Escape The Marvel Universe
The Avengers and Game of Thrones impressed, but fans of Fantastic Four and American Horror Story: Coven were left in the dust.
Just another day in the life of Peter Jackson.
Is Springfield ready?
Turns out its new director, Peyton Reed, is a bona fide geek — he's been coming to Comic-Con since 1994.
Plus: Guardians of the Galaxy 2 gets a release date.
The Comic-Con crowd went NUTS. Plus: The first look at Wonder Woman!
The actor is reportedly negotiating with Marvel Studios for the role.
UPDATED: Now with the new trailer! Nolan and star Matthew McConaughey made their first ever appearances at San Diego Comic-Con to support their sci-fi film. It was such a big deal, it overshadowed The Rock.
Benedict Cumberbatch! Frozen's Elsa! And (hopefully) first looks at Game of Thrones' Sand Snakes and the Justice League of America. Here's our wish list for 2014's San Diego Comic-Con, running from July 23–27.
HOT DANG! Behold his beautiful transformation for his role in Guardians Of The Galaxy.
Also: Guardians of the Galaxy looks funny! And Captain America: The Winter Soldier looks good!
Perhaps Marvel Studios should consider changing Thor 2's title to Loki: The Dark World?
For the Horde! There's only one way Legendary Pictures can successfully blend cartoon fantasy and realistic battles.
Warner Bros. just made DC Comics best bromance official at Comic-Con.
Brace yourselves, marshmallows. Looks like all that hard-earned Kickstarter money is going to good use.
Joss Whedon screened the entire first episode of the ABC series during the show's Comic-Con panel. Obviously, SPOILERS ahead!
For the first time a season -- or book -- will not be named for an element. While the first season focused on the technological advancement, the second appears to take a turn for the mystical.
Just another day, killing zombies and dealing with duplicitous backstabbing fellow survivors. You know -- same old, same old.
Riddick Smiddick. This is the news everyone will be talking about.
The creator and cast of Veronica Mars arrived at Comic-Con to tease the upcoming feature film, set to be released in early 2014.
This killer mech has a future as a babysitter. The only thing he's out to destroy is our ovaries.
Guess he didn't like being called a "great bearded glacier." Author Neil Gaiman also made a surprise appearance at the Paul & Storm event to help smooth things over.
Over a 100,000 superfans are in San Diego for Comic-Con this weekend, which begs the question: who is their king? We hit the ground searching, and got a wide range of answers.
"The message of the book is tolerance," said producer Roberto Orci at Comic-Con. But he gave no answer on the size of Orson Scott Card's role in the production.
Avengers assemble, Hunters hop in your Impalas, and Whovians grab your favorite companion, because it’s that time of the year! Time to sit and cry about the fact that you’re not at Comic-Con. Again.
Athens will fall. While Leonidas and his 300 men fought the bulk of the Persian army, the rest of the legions were still out conquering much of the world. This is that story.
I swear by my pretty floral bonnet, I will buy this game. Joss Whedon's western space opera finally gets a video game to call its own.
We defeated them, and we will do so again. Harrison Ford could inspire troops even if he was talking about toast, much less the famous Mazer Rackham Run.
Legendary Pictures has gone all out to promote their new film starring the 59-year-old giant fire-breathing lizard.
There is so much going on at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, but here are a few things that really should go down amid the 130,000-plus attendees. (A fan can dream.)
I'm getting too old for this shit.
Top picks from NYCC cosplay. All with 100% more movement!
Deadpool dances with all your favorite characters at SDCC. Never change, Deadpool. Never change.
I went to Comic-Con last weekend, and I learned a lot about comic books, video games, open bars, and waiting in long lines. If you've never been, maybe this will help convince you to make it out to San Diego next summer. Seriously, there was something for everyone.
To save our future we must look to our past. The last season is shaping up to be wild ride.
And this is why you don't pillage mysterious castles. Has renouncing a life of violence ever ended well?
She's always right. This Avengers one-shot takes place after the climatic events at the end of the first film and follows one couple's descent after acquiring alien tech.
There were a TON of Catwoman cosplayers at Comic Con this year, including our very own Gavon Laessig. All the catwomen we met were nice enough to pose with Gavon, but most of them were visibly upset. It's pretty clear why.
Superman returns...again! Zach Snyder heads up the latest attempt to do the Superman franchise right.
They're calling it "Phase Two". Find out the titles to the sequels for Thor and Captain America. Plus art for Ant Man and Guardians Of The Galaxy.
Everyone's favorite Viking killer returns. Alternate title: Bon Temps is about to get fabulous...ly dark!
She was not prepared. The Hub manages to give a 2 minute musical clip that doesn't give away a single plot detail. Well played.
Tony Stark's got swag.
Meet the zombie soda jerk, aka the Bad Humor Man. Making unwary San Diego strangers shriek in fear will never not be fun.
What's the matter Joss? You've never seen a sexy Man Hathaway?
Hahahahaha! They gave us press passes so we gave them Gavon in drag. Seems like a fair trade.
Meet Michonne, then be in awe of her stone cold awesomeness. Fight the dead, fear the living.
The Blackfish, the Queen of Thorns AND the Reeds, oh my! Do these actors match the faces in your imagination?
She's pretty good, actually. Move over Tina Fey, Childish Gambino just found a new duet partner. Plus a few highlights from the Community SDCC Panel.
First Rule of Internet: Don't bring the Internet out of the Internet. Second Rule of Internet: Don't bring the Internet out of the Internet.
Anyone else ready?
And then the Internet exploded. Comic-Con over. Everyone go home. Update: Art!
Live action trailer? Live action trailer. We can't all be Master Chief, but we can all try.
Can James Franco pull off the iconic Wizard?
The greatest story the screen will ever know! Disney brings out the 50s camp for the Frankenweenie comic-con trailer.
Marvel why would you do this to us? No clip would almost be better than this tease.
From here to
eternity Hall H. Alternate title: There And Back Again, A SDCC Story
Boldly going where no man, in normal clothes, has gone before. Pretty much everything Bill touches turns to ironic gold.
It seems the geeks would have loved it.
It was definitely a learning experience. Word to the wise, bring hand sanitizer and Vitamin C to stave off #nerdflu next year.
Can I get a whoop-whoop? DJ Rick the Rap-ist, juggalo newscaster for Psychopathic Records News Network, goes to the New York Comic Con. Hilarity ensues.
Check out NerdsRaging's 2011 NYCC Best Cosplay Video Montage!
I had the opportunity to check out this years NY Comic-Con and it was awesome. These were some of the funniest, weirdest, sexiest and coolest costumes from the event.
Check out this crazy home made Bumblebee costume!
We must win this battle. Buzzfeeders, to your posts!
Webcomic artist Joel Watson (Hijinks Ensue) introduced this tee to New York Comic-Con goers because he knows "you've been hurt by the relentless alterations, the consummate tweaking, and the seemingly infinite versions of your beloved Original Trilogy." The inspiration for "George Hurt You" was based on this previous comic.
Activision is releasing the video game adaptation around the same time as the big-screen Spider-Man reboot, July 2012.
He is stealing all the girls.
The BuzzFeed editors are going to be at New York Comic Con this year and we want to hang out with you. Come find one of us and say "hi," and we'll give you an awesome geeky badge sticker. See you there!
Braaaaaaaaiiiiinnnssss. The walking dead took over the streets surrounding Comic Con this year. They had a Carbonite Han Solo, Storm Trooper, Hangover's Zach Galifianakiss, and a
White Michael Jackson.
Was...was that a Frisch's Big Boy cosplayer? Yes. Yes it was. Take 100 cosplayers, add the music of the ultimate cosplayer, and what do you get?
Are you not entertained? Is this not why you are here? Fair warning, gentlemen: my concept of "hot" is not based on a flesh to clothing ratio.
Lightning bolt! Lightning bolt! River Tam, Jason Stackhouse and Tyrion Lannister? In a satirical comedy about LARPing? Sign me up.
A collection of Matt Zaller's best interviews from Comic-Con 2011. Get the scoop from Jessica Biel, Emma Stone, Kate Beckinsale, Nicolas Cage, Rob Corddry, Paul Sheer, Nick Swardson, Alice Eve, Guy Pearce, Channing Tatum, Gina Carano, Paul Sheer, and "How to Host a Panel with Nar Williams."
Sorry James Cameron. This is the only blue clad Avatar I care about. Are those skyscrapers? And...steam punk zeppelins? SOLD.
"Crouching Tiger meets Sherlock Holmes..." Wait, did that ninja just flying kick a deer?
Proceed with Phase One on remainder of Clan. The wait was long, but the results are amazing. Most shows, and some movies, have CGI worse than this web cast.
Natasha Allegri's gender-swapped episode of Adventure Time is airing on Cartoon Network September 5th. The voices will be Madeleine Martin as Fionna the Human, Roz Ryan as Cake the Cat, Neil Patrick Harris as Prince Gumball (yay!), and Grey DeLisle as Ice Queen. (via The Uniblog)
Photos of Snow White and the Huntsman were revealed during a panel at Comic-Con. Universal Pictures' adaptation of the Brothers Grimm fairy tale, slated for a June 2012 release, begins filming next week and stars Kristen Stewart in the title role, Charlize Theron as the Queen, Sam Claflin as the Prince, and Chris Hemsworth as the Huntsman. (via.)
Cap popped the big question yesterday to his girlfriend at Comic-Con. She said yes, obviously.
You know how the last four episodes of True Blood have been a bit tedious?