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Marvel Bails From 2015 San Diego Comic Con

by Alex Beanon March 9, 2015
Marvel Studios is bailing on the 2015 Comic Con in San Diego according to “Guardians of the Galaxy” director James Gunn. Participating in a question & answer session on his Facebook page over the weekend, Gunn was asked if he would be showing up in San Diego for this summer’s Comic Con and promptly disclosed […]
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SDCC 2014: Hologram Homer Sued

by Alex Beanon August 15, 2014
A hologram of Homer Simpson that appeared onstage with creator Matt Groening at this year’s Comic Con in San Diego has created a lawsuit opportunity for the company Hologram USA, which claims it owns the technology used to create Hologram Homer and wasn’t contacted for authorization nor paid a licensing fee by Fox to use […]

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"The Cupcakery Of Doom" Coming To Nickelodeon

by Alex Beanon August 13, 2014
“The Cupcakery of Doom” won this year’s Animated Shorts Program from Nickelodeon held at this year’s Comic Con in San Diego. The winner, Trevor Reece of Eureka, California, was picked out of more than 100 entries in Nickelodeon’s open call for an animated short that they will develop in the future – as a longer […]
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San Diego Sues Salt Lake Over Comic Con Usage

by Alex Beanon August 10, 2014
The organizers of the San Diego Comic Con are suing the organizers of the Salt Lake Comic Con in Utah over the copyright usage of the term “comic con”. The San Diego-based Comic Con has been synonymous with the term since the event originated there in 1970. The Utah-based event began last year and attracted […]

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SDCC 2014: Mike Tyson Mysteries Trailer

by Alex Beanon July 30, 2014
Adult Swim’s trailer for their upcoming “Mike Tyson Mysteries” – a sort of Mike Tyson-meets-Scooby Doo style cartoon, only with Tyson messing up the baddies – debuted at the 2014 Comic Con in San Diego and will premiere on Adult Swim in Autumn 2014…
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SDCC2014: Mite Wins Best Animation Award At Comic Con International Film Festival

by Alex Beanon July 28, 2014
One of the final events at the 2014 Comic Con in San Diego this year was determining the winners of the seven categories in the Comic Con International Film Festival and bringing home the prize in the Best Animation category was Walter Volbers for his short film “Mite” – about the brief life of a […]

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SDCC2014: Assassin's Creed: Unity Poster And Trailer

by Daniel Clarkon July 28, 2014
The newest installment in the Assassin’s Creed video game franchise is “Assassin’s Creed: Unity” [which will be released to Sony PlayStation 4, Microsoft Xbox One and PC on October 28, 2014] and the trailer and a poster specially made by “The Walking Dead” artist Tony Moore, was debuted at the 2014 Comic Con this past […]
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SDCC2014: Guardians Of The Galaxy Infiltrating Video Games

by Daniel Clarkon July 28, 2014
Disney/Marvel is leaving no possible cross-promotional stone unturned with their upcoming “Guardians of the Galaxy” movie as the announcement ta the 2014 Comic Con in San Diego has the quirky superhero group making their presence known in the video game universe as well in games such as Minecraft [Microsoft Xbox One and Xbox 360 editions […]

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SDCC2014: Grimm’s Honeymoon And New Octo-Man Creature

by Alex Beanon July 28, 2014
NBC’s fantasy series “Grimm” ended its third season with a wedding of two Wesen creatures so naturally the 2014 Comic Con panel focused on what honeymoon plans were for Monroe [Silas Weir Mitchell] and Rosalee [Bree Turner] before the revelation that some of the Season Four nuggets will include a new octopus-headed man/creature Octo-Man [who […]
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SDCC2014: Matt Groening Talks To Hologram Homer

by Alex Beanon July 28, 2014
Creator of “The Simpsons”, Matt Groening, held a brief discussion with a hologram version of his creation, Homer Simpson, at the 2014 Comic Con in San Diego, where he answered all the important questions with “no” [there isn’t a specific town of Springfield the show is modeled after], “I don’t know” [why the characters are […]