This year's San Diego Comic-Con International is almost upon us, and that means it's time once again for that harrowing social experiment where retailers put a limited number of items in a gigantic room with 150,000 fans and sit back to watch the chaos. It's basically the kind of thing that the Joker does, but on the upside, somebody's going to walk away with some pretty cool stuff.
Art: Even the most evil among us had to deal with that awkward phase, at least according to artist GhostHause's imagined supervillain high school photos.
News: The city of San Diego has extended its contract with Comic-Con International through 2016. The convention center will add more space, and the
The long and annual international nightmare that is Comic-Con registration grew even longer this morning, when the organizers of the San Diego show had to close down ticket sales for the second time this year following some unspecified technical issues
What was the uber-sensitive "Ghost Whisperer" crew doing at Comic-Con?
Consider how "Twilight" dominated this convention, "chick stuff" ruled the day. There's no reason why "Ghost Whisperer" can't have its moment, too.
Last month, our partner blog SciFiSquad heard a rumor about The CW's "Smallville" ending its run with a TV movie called "Metropolis." The most exciting part of this idea was the possibility of seeing Tom Welling's Clark Kent finally put on the cape and tights and take flight as Superman. Will i
While our partner blog TV Squad has John Scott Lewinski fighting his way through hordes of overweight Rorschachs and pre-pubescent Chun Lis we'd also like to highlight that Cinematical is in the house doing a bang-up job.
The movie side of the annual pop-culture cavalcade opened with one of the biggest names in the history of film and what could very w
It's easy enough to whine about the crowds or the lines or the food, etc., at Comic-Con International. But it's organizers certainly got the press room right.
This is where most of the stories you read online at TV Squad and other sites (at least I think there are other sites) are written and filed. General at
What I expected to be the latest installment in Kevin Smith's hugely entertaining traveling road show on Friday night at Comic-Con turned out be that only in part. Turns out it was also a painful lesson in how one should alw
This isn't my first Comic-Con by a long shot, but it's my first since 1999, and tonight was my first-ever experience of preview night. I'd been told (read: warned) by friends that the 21st century version of Comic-Con only vaguely resembled the comparably quaint Comic-Con of my "youth