“Something Happened Here, But We’re Not Quite Sure What It Was” by Paul McAuley is a complex sf story about politics and xenophobia when human colonists on an Earth-like planet are faced with the possibility of reaching out to alien cultures, especially when a big organization that has previously done harm is in charge of the operation.
Oh wow, Mrs. Hudson might actually murder Mycroft Holmes–with words.
This trailer certainly means business. Here it is, fresh from San Diego Comic Con….
After the one of the most successful fundraising campaigns in Kickstarter history, an insane live telethon, and a reunion hosted by Rifftrax, Mystery Science Theater 3000 made a triumphant announcement: the show will be coming to Netflix! The streaming service announced the news via their Twitter account.
We’ll update the news as it comes in!
Marvel Comics let fly some awesome concept art for Spider-Man: Homecoming after this year’s SDCC panel that confirms the Vulture as the villain for Tom Holland’s first major outing as the amazing web-slinger!
And the answer is WEIRD and just raises more questions. Are you ready to know?
As the Marvel Studios San Diego Comic-Con panel came to an end, with all of the cast members coming together for an epic superhero group selfie, there was one last announcement: Captain Marvel (a.k.a. Carol Danvers) was in the house! And onstage came Brie Larson! The Kong: Skull Island actress, who was at SDCC promoting her other film, has officially been confirmed as the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s next female superhero.
Watch the new trailer for Doctor Strange, the next movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, out on November 4, 2016.
(Oh, and the wifi password is…well, you’ll see.)
Marvel Studios released a tidal wave of new information about its upcoming Phase 3 films, kicking off with some exciting casting announcements for 2018’s Black Panther.
If you were worried that the first trailer for The LEGO Batman Movie was missing some Robin–we’ve got you covered. The San Diego Comic Con trailer has been released for your viewing pleasure. (Just make sure Alfred didn’t engage parental controls.)
Next in the line of San Diego Comic Con sneak peeks, BBC America premiered the trailer for their upcoming series Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency! Based on a book series by the beloved Douglas Adams, the show is already shaping up into what looks like great fun.
The DC TV panel is underway! For three hours, the casts of Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, The Flash, and Arrow are talking next season’s new heroes (and villains), plus the four-way crossover coming this year. That’s a lot of superheroes on one network (The CW), and in one room at San Diego Comic-Con. Read through for updates on each show!
“Look at me. I know what I am.”
“And what’s that?”
While the X-Men comics and movies have come up with various metaphors for being a mutant, FX and Marvel Television’s new series Legion takes the tack of mental illness. The interesting part of this first trailer is that David Haller (Dan Stevens) is convinced he’s insane—something that the doctors around him encourage, even when his episodes manifest in psychic happenings right before their very eyes. That dichotomy makes the show look like a real mind-trip.
We have a tense new teaser for season two of The Expanse – check it out below! We’ll also update the post with highlights from The Expanse panel, so check those out below the clip!
Today’s Star Trek 50th Anniversary panel at San Diego Comic Con ended on one heck of a tease: the full title of the new show.
“We’re gonna recapture my creatures. They’re currently in alien terrain surrounded by billions of the most vicious creatures on the planet… humans.” With the latest trailer for Warner Bros’ Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, we finally get a glimpse of the creatures hidden in Newt Scamander’s suitcase—and the danger they’re in when they’re unleashed upon the unsuspecting No-Maj Americans.
This year’s San Diego Comic Con has brought the DC Cinematic Universe into full color, debuting an intense trailer for Wonder Woman, bringing out the Suicide Squad to taunt the audience, confirming Ben Affleck as the director for the next solo Batman film, and showing us our first, bright look at the Justice League!
The official poster was paired with a sizzle reel of footage shot so far from the film. Check it out below!