Now that Comic-Con is slowly retreating into a large, monolithic entity in the memories of all who attended this year, it’s worth looking back and thinking: Was it all worth it?
An audience at Comic-Con International got the very first look at Falling Skies, the new alien-invasion series from executive producer Steven Spielberg that’s set to debut in summer 2011 on TNT.
The cast and producers of Showtime’s Dexter gave an audience in a packed ballroom at Comic-Con International a sneak peek of what’s in store for the hit series’ fifth season.
Attendees at Comic-Con International got the jump on The CW’s new spy thriller Nikita with a screening of the series pilot and an introduction to stars Maggie Q and Lyndsy Fonseca.
At Syfy’s Saturday panel at Comic-Con International, the producers and stars of “Eureka” and “Warehouse 13″ discussed what’s in store for the hit series in their new seasons.
The cast and producer of “True Blood” joined novelist Charlaine Harris on-stage in San Diego to discuss the show’s current season and where it’s going next.
The cast and producers of FOX’s hit show “Glee” made their triumphant return to Comic-Con to discuss season two, which will include tributes to Britney Spears and “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” and a boyfriend for Kurt.
Warner Bros. Pictures has released convention-exclusive Green Lantern character posters spotlighting Ryan Reynolds as Hal Jordan, Blake Lively as Carol Ferris, Mark Strong as Sinestro and Peter Sarsgaard as Hector Hammond. Green Lantern opens on June 17, 2011.
More details about Marvel’s Thor emerged today at Comic-Con International with the unveiling of the Infinity Gauntlet, the glove crafted in the comics by Thanos to harness the power of the Infinity Gems.
Disney has released the video of Johnny Depp shown Thursday at Comic-Con International to tease Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. In the footage a drunken Captain Jack Sparrow rambles about the Fountain of Youth, zombies and “a vicious and vivacious Penelope Cruz.”
It’s not just the popularity of USA’s spy show Burn Notice that’s blowing up: In Miami, where the series is shot, it’s the city itself. Creator Matt Nix explains why that’s not a disappointment for the citizens.
The four Marvel Anime series produced by Madhouse Studios and written by Warren Ellis — Iron Man, Wolverine, X-Men and Blade — will air next year on G4TV. Each series is 12 episodes.