sdcc 2017


The First Thirteenth Doctor Cosplay At San Diego Comic-Con…Is By A Man

Richard Dinnick is the writer of the Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor comic book, published by Titan Comics. Titan was on hand at San Diego Comic-Con to promote their line of comic books and get con-goers hyped about the news that the 13th Doctor will be played by Jodie Whittaker. The publisher is already planning a […]

David Duchovny Says He Had Difficulty Voice Acting For X-Files Audible Series

Erin Wilhelm writes from San Diego Comic-Con: X-Files star David Duchovny and audio drama producer Dirk Maggs drew a full house of X-Files fans at SDCC to discuss a new X-Files audio drama "Cold Cases" available on Audible. The audio show, featuring multiple original cast members including Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, and Mitch Pileggi, will be […]

'The Last Ship' Season 4: Action! Suspense! Shirtless, Sweaty Men!

From Bleeding Cool reporter Hilton Collins: Action, suspense, and shirtless, sweaty men punctuated the fast-paced clip TNT brought to Hall H Sunday afternoon to open their panel about The Last Ship, an action-drama about a group of navy officers charged with developing a vaccine for a virus that's wiped out most of the world's population. […]

Pranks Abound At SDCC: Planet Of The Apes Impression "Contest"

From Bleeding Cool reporter Will Romine: Hey Pals! San Diego Comic-Con is many thing to everyone. For some, it's an opportunity to fill that hole in their action figure collection with an exclusive. For others, it's a chance to meet your favorite comic creator. And then there's this guy: I saw a few of these […]

Andy Weir On Why 'Wonder Woman' Sets Little Girls Up For Disappointment

Andy Weir, author of The Martian, has a much thinner filter than one may expect of mega-multimedia mouthpiece — which means he's more entertaining that the usual PR-ed-to-death platitudes that occasionally crop up. Weir was a panelist at the Science Fiction, Science Future panel at Comic-Con today. But because this is Comic-Con, the presence of comics […]





The Kingsman: The Golden Circle Panel At San Diego Comic-Con

Hall H at Comic-Con International is one of those things that people either love or hate. Much like Celebration Stage or Hall D23, these packed panels are often things that need to be experienced because the atmosphere is something to behold. The first Hall H panel I covered this year was for Kingsman: The Golden […]

'Broad City' Season 4: Unemployment, Sex Therapy, And RuPaul

From Bleeding Cool reporter Marilyn Weiss: Oh my goddess! It's almost time for Broad City Season 4! The girls are back! Abbi Jacobson (Abbi Abrams) and Ilana Glazer (Ilana Wexler) showed off a hilarious new episode from the series' upcoming fourth season to an ecstatic crowd at SDCC. In the episode, Abbi deals with unemployment […]

'Court Of The Dead' Stalks The Living At Sideshow's SDCC Booth

From Bleeding Cool reporter Jimmy Leszczynski: This year, Sideshow's booth (#1929) has transformed itself into a veritable portal to the realm of the dead. A giant environment display allows attendees to literally step into the Underworld. I stood next to the life-sized version of Death: The Alltaker, and he is more than a little terrifying. Reaching […]

Doctor Who Cosplay Show

Photos: Doctor Who Cosplay Show Hits A Few Bumps In The Time Vortex

From Madeline Potts and Erin Wilhelm: Much like years past, BBC America held a Doctor Who Cosplay Show at SDCC this year. However, this time, BBC America (BBCA) gave the reigns over to Moviepilot and Super News to host the event — which made things confusing from the start, with fans hearing about the event […]

When R2 And C-3PO Met Big Bird: How Lucasfilm Marketed Star Wars In The '70s And '80s

Hilton Collins writes: Today's Star Wars fans leverage modern technology to express their genre love in various ways. They can start blogs and YouTube channels, or connect with each other — and the world — on social media. But these things didn't exist decades ago when the original Star Wars films started to take off. Friday afternoon at San Diego […]

The Playback Room: A Comfy Alternative To Waiting In Line At SDCC

From Bleeding Cool reporter Mike Rupert: There's no getting around it — just about every panel room at the convention center has lines to get into them. Some extend down the length of the building, going outside, winding down the stairs, out to the marina. You can see people sitting in lawn chairs, umbrellas over […]

The Writer's Journey 2017: Breaking In And Managing A Career In Hollywood

From Bleeding Cool reporter Mike Rupert: In The Writer's Journey panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2017, Utah Mohammed, Tony Puryear and Brandon Easton shared their wisdom on how to break into the writing scene — be it TV, comics, novels, or film. Brandon started the panel off by listing three hashtags: #writersjourney, #scriptchat and #tvwriterchat. He […]

An Afternoon With The Crew Of Star Trek: Discovery

Erin Wilhelm writes from San Diego Comic-Con: There is a lot riding on the September 24th debut of Star Trek: Discovery. After multiple delays, creator Bryan Fuller leaving the show, and the fact that the show will be released only on CBS All Access, fans are worried about show quality and staying power. However, attending the […]

Krypton

'Krypton': Geoff Johns Promises Conspiracy And Surprise Appearances

From Bleeding Cool reporter Janel Smith: Heading into Comic-Con International at San Diego (SDCC) with a wave a high expectations, Geoff Johns promised fans that Krypton will be a high production value series when it premieres on Syfy in 2018. The series will not only tell the story of Superman's grandfather and the fall of […]

'Hey Arnold!' It's Great To See You Again…In The Jungle?

From Bleeding Cool reporter Adam Hart: If you grew up in the 90's and early 2000's chances are you watched a little show called Hey Arnold!. I don't know many people in their 20's who haven't seen the show. It was a flagship Nickelodeon show. With everyone having a need to feel nostalgic lately Nickelodeon […]