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“The Orville” Season 3 Abandons Fox’s Ship for Hulu [SDCC 2019]

It seems like space dramas don’t have a place on broadcast network TV as FOX decides to ship the Seth MacFarlane science fiction series The Orville to be exclusively on Hulu. While the show garnered 8.56 million viewers in its premiere on September 10th, 2017, ratings have steadily declined with a season finale of 2.97 […]



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“Cobra Kai” & “Nancy Drew” SDCC-Bound for Thursday Afternoon

Now that we’ve made it through the 4th of July weekend in relatively one piece, we’re looking at a calendar that’s telling us there’s less than two weeks to go before the pop culture extravanganza that is Comic-Con International: San Diego (San Diego Comic-Con aka SDCC). Now while Bleeding Cool‘s been doing its part to […]

AMC Unleashes Walking Dead, FTWD, Preacher on SDCC 2018 – Official Promo Art

AMC is set to unleash a horde of walkers and “The Power of Genesis” down upon San Diego later this month, with the network bringing The Walking Dead, Fear the Walking Dead, and Preacher panels to San Diego Comic-Con. Along with panel information, AMC also released new promotional art for The Walking Dead‘s upcoming ninth season […]


TLC Member/Superfan Chilli Goes Chasing Mermaids as Siren’s SDCC Panel Moderator

The stars and executive producers of Freeform‘s hit mermaid fantasy series Siren are making their way from Bristol Cove to San Diego for next month’s Comic-Con International — and they’re bringing TLC‘s Chilli (Rozonda Thomas) along for the ride (swim?). The Siren superfan will be moderating the show’s Thursday, July 19, SDCC panel — set to include […]

Here are Your 2018 Eisner Nominees

Comi Con International has posted the list of nominees for the 2018 Eisner Awards. Fantagraphics and Image have the both individual and shared nominations, followed by DC, Dark Horse, IDW, Marvel, BOOM!, Nobrow, and Andrews McNeel. Emil Ferris’s My Favorite Things Are Monsters cleaned up with five nominations, while Monstress and its creative team of Marjorie Liu […]


Hundreds May Have Used Counterfeit Hall H Wristbands At San Diego Comic-Con 2017

From Bleeding Cool reporter Will Romine: I just got out of the Hall H “talkback” panel. Like any successful organization, Comic Con International solicits feedback from their attendees. This year, attendee criticism focused on Hall H line management on Saturday. Hall H is the 6,000-capacity room which hosts some of San Diego Comic-Con’s most talked-about […]

SDCC 2017: ‘Conan’ Bringing ‘Supernatural,’ ‘Thrones To Comic-Con

Looks like third time’s the charm for Conan O’Brien, who’s he’s packing-up his late-night TBS talk show Conan (and his stash of sweet-looking Funkos) for another go-around at Comic-Con International (SDCC). Conan at Comic-Con will be held at San Diego’s Spreckels Theatre from Wednesday July 19 to Saturday, July 22, and air at 11 pm […]

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BOOM! Studios Continue Road To SDCC Announcements With Diesel: Gear Shift Special

Boom! Studios again are enjoying their run up to San Diego Comic Con this year by making a bunch of their announcements in the days leading up to the massive industry event. And today has seen the second of their announcements. Today BOOM! Studios have announced Tyson Hesse‘s Diesel: Gear Shift Special, a follow up […]

‘Teen Wolf’ Season 6: MTV Sets Final Premiere Date, Comic-Con Plans (TRAILER)

With Teen Wolf coming-up on its final half-season, MTV announced exclusively through Variety that the first of the series’ final ten episodes will premiere on Sunday, July 30 at 8 pm, and released an exclusive teaser trailer. To further promote the remainder of the sixth season and to give fans one more chance to show […]

‘Batman And Harley Quinn’ To Premiere At San Diego Comic-Con 2017

Despite mixed fan reception for the live action adaptations of DC Comics in theaters, the animated universe of the comic personalities continues to make fans happy. The next chapter in the cartoon lexicon is Batman And Harley Quinn, an animated story about the clown princess of crime and the caped crusader. Also, Nightwing. Over on the […]

A Lot More Than Pecs Being Drawn At San Diego Comic-Con

By Joe Glass Last night has an….interesting and colorful event associated with Comic Con International. At the PECS Bar in the Hillcrest area of San Diego, Prism Comics, a group that supports LGBTQ creators and comics, ran a Drink & Draw event at a busy San Diego gay bar. Walking in, the models are the […]

One Of The Most Amazing Moments Of Affirmation At San Diego Comic-Con – Bisexuality And Beyond

By Joe Glass Moderated by Faith Cheltenham, panelists included Steve Orlando, Bob Schreck, Tara Madison Avery, Marissa Lee, RJ Aguiar and Sarah Stumpf. Also last minute addition Michelle Soto. Going through a slideshow covering things like the definitions of bisexuality, pansexuality and fluid queerness. It featured several popular bi/pan/fluid sexuality characters like Torchwood’s Captain Jack […]

“Urinating With Style” – Queerly Inspired At San Diego Comic-Con

By Joe Glass Now in its 29th years, the Prism Comics organized Gays in Comics panels are a longstanding tradition of the show. Moderated by Roger Klorese and Boom’s Shannon Watters, panellists included Roger Rodi, Ed Luce, Tillie Walder, Kat Leigh, Magdalene Visaggio, Justin Hall and Dylan Edwards. The panel discussed many esoteric topics around […]

The LGBTQ Geek Year in Review At San Diego Comic-Con

By Joe Glass Another year, another run-through of the last year’s many important moments in queer representation and plots in pop culture and beyond. Using a slightly different format than previous years, with each panellist taking on a specific item, P. Kristen Enos moderated the likes of Diane Anderson-Mitchell of the Advocate, Nick Adams of […]