Not able to make to to San Diego Comic-Con this year but wish you could have? Or maybe you did go and want more swag to commemorate the event, or didn’t get around to getting an official SDCC 2015 T-shirt? Well look no further, you’ve come to the right place – we are giving away some exclusive SDCC items! Read on for details on what’s included and how to enter.
Josh and Violet share their spoiler-free male vs. female perspective reviews of Marvel’s latest movie, Ant-Man, directed by Peyton Reed, and starring Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas, and Evangeline Lilly!
This photo gallery features pictures from our final day at San Diego Comic-Con 2015, which was Sunday, July 12. It includes photos from in and around the convention center, the American Horror Story and Scream Queens panel, and finally, the Heroes Reborn panel.
The final day of Comic-Con came up quickly. Sunday is always a strange day. I personally feel both a sense of sadness, but also a sense of relief. San Diego Comic-Con specifically is very tiring, due to how crowded it gets. But that doesn’t take away how fun it is either. But Sunday just has that weird emotionally polar feel to it. But enough about that, let’s get into what we did on Sunday.
Here’s Part 2 of our Saturday Photo Gallery of San Diego Comic-Con 2015! It features pictures of the 20th Century Fox panel, which includes Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, Victor Frankenstein, Fantastic Four, Deadpool, and X-Men: Apocalypse, as well as photos from the Warner Bros. Television and DC Entertainment Screening Block, which includes Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Gotham, and Supergirl!
Part 1 of our San Diego Comic-Con 2015 Saturday Photo Gallery features pictures of the Warner Bros. Presentation, which included Man From U.N.C.L.E., Pan, Suicide Squad, and Batman v Superman; Screen Gems, which included Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and Patient Zero; Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight; Legendary, which included Crimson Peak, Krampus, and Warcraft; Women Who Kick Ass; and Dark Horse: An Afternoon With Joss Whedon!
After the exciting 20th Century Fox finale in Hall H on Saturday at San Diego Comic-Con 2015, about half of the crowd emptied out, and the seats were actually almost all filled back up for the Warner Bros. TV and DC Entertainment Screening Block. Violet recaps this 3 hour panel, lasting from 8:00pm to 11:00pm, which featured discussion panels with the cast and crew of Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Gotham, and Supergirl, and ended with a screening of the Supergirl pilot.
D23 Expo is less than a month away! Held every two years, this year’s Disney fan event will take place at the Anaheim Convention Center Friday, August 14, through Sunday, August 16. Read on for details that Disney has released about some exciting presentations that will take place at D23 Expo 2015! If you’re a fan of Marvel and/or Star Wars, you’ll want to read this!
Following Joss Whedon’s panel in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday was the 20th Century Fox panel. It was not announced ahead of time which movies this panel would feature, as there were several possibilities, but one could make an educated guess. It turned out that the 20th Century Fox panel included Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, Victor Frankenstein, Fantastic Four, Deadpool, and X-Men: Apocalypse! Violet provides the recap for this one.
After the Legendary panel at San Diego Comic-Con in Hall H on Saturday, the Women Who Kick Ass panel was up next! Violet recaps that panel, and following that, Josh recaps the Dark Horse: An Afternoon with Joss Whedon panel!
Continuing our recap of Saturday of San Diego Comic-Con 2015, following The Hateful Eight panel was the Legendary panel, featuring the films Crimson Peak, Krampus, and Warcraft! Josh provides the recap for this one.
After the first panel in Hall H on Saturday wrapped up, the Warner Bros. presentation, next on the agenda was Screen Gems, featuring Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and Patient Zero, followed by Quentin Tarantino’s film The Hateful Eight! Violet provides a recap for Screen Gems, then Josh recaps The Hateful Eight panel. Follow along as we take you through our Saturday at San Diego Comic-Con 2015!
After spending most of the day (and all night) in line on Friday, it was finally time for the big day at San Diego Comic-Con – Saturday! The day started off with the Warner Bros. Presentation panel, featuring Man from U.N.C.L.E., Pan, a surprise appearance by director David Ayer and the cast of Suicide Squad, and Batman v. Superman!
As mentioned in our Friday recap of San Diego Comic-Con, it was a bit different for us than what we’re used to, because we weren’t in Hall H! So our pictures from Friday are mainly cosplay, but also include the Assassin’s Creed show, the Masters of the Web panel, and waiting in the Saturday NDL (“Next Day Line”) for Hall H out on the island. Photos are by guest writer/photographer David DeMesquita, and also by Violet.
So after our great Thursday at Comic-Con, our group had a big dilemma to deal with–how would we spend our Friday? Thursday was tough to get into in the sense of having to wait several hours on Wednesday night for wristbands, but come Thursday morning, people were still able to get in line with C wristbands. But Saturday was the crown jewel of Hall H, so it was guaranteed to be a whole lot crazier than Thursday. So crazy that we might have to give up our Friday, considering how crazy the line already was for Friday.
You may have seen our Thursday recap of San Diego Comic-Con 2015, which we split into 2 parts. Part 1 featured the Rock the Kasbah and The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 panels, while Part 2 included the Doctor Who and Con Man panels. However, those recaps contained just a handful of our pictures from the day! Below, you will find our Thursday photo gallery. Panel photos were taken by guest writer/photographer David DeMesquita, all photos others by Violet.
Our recap of Thursday at San Diego Comic-Con 2015 continues! In Part 1, we covered the Open Road Rock The Kasbah and The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 2 panels. Part 2 of our Thursday recap features the Doctor Who and Con Man panels! Violet recaps Doctor Who, then Josh takes over for Con Man. Finally, Violet closes out the Thursday recap with what we did that night after we finished our panels.
Although we attended Preview Night at San Diego Comic-Con on Wednesday night, Thursday, July 9 was actually the official Day 1 of SDCC 2015. In Part 1 of our Thursday recap, Violet takes you through our Thursday up through the Open Road panel, which featured Rock the Kasbah, starring Bill Murray, then Josh takes over with a recap of the Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 2 panel, moderated by Conan O’Brien! Part 2 of the Thursday Report will feature the Doctor Who and Con Man panels.
Take a look at our photo gallery of images from San Diego Comic-Con 2015 Preview Night, which took place on July 8, 2015! Violet took the photos of the San Diego skyline and marina (the view from our hotel room at Hilton Bayfront!), and guest writer/photographer David DeMesquita took the rest of the photos.
Today is the day! On Wednesday, July 8, Violet, Davey, Tamara and I loaded up the car and made our way down to San Diego. The car was packed, and we were excited to be on our way. It was around 12:30pm by the time we left. Traffic wasn’t too bad other than a small patch about half way down the 5 South. After a couple of wrong turns and detours around traffic, we made it to the hotel for check in a little before 3:00pm.
It’s that time again – time for San Diego Comic-Con! SDCC 2015 kicks off Wednesday, July 8 with Preview Night, then is in full swing from Thursday, July 9 through Sunday, July 12. Josh and Violet have each put together a list of the panels they’re most excited about! Read on to find out what those panels are, and to see how alike or different their lists are as well!
Check out Josh and Violet’s male vs. female perspective reviews of Terminator Genisys, directed by Alan Taylor, and starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Emila Clarke, Jason Clarke, and Jai Courtney! Guest writers David and Tamara provide their male vs. female perspective reviews as well!
Are you going to San Diego Comic-Con and wondering what the seating capacity is for each room? Well, look no further, as we have broken it down for you room by room below! We also offer advice on evaluating the popularity of a panel based on seating capacity and using the MySched “Popular” feature.
After months of negotiations between the City of San Diego and Comic-Con International, San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer announced at a press conference this morning that San Diego Comic-Con would remain in San Diego for an additional two years, which means that SDCC will be in San Diego at least through 2018.
Last night, Zachary Levi’s company, The Nerd Machine, announced the initial schedule for its 5th annual Conversations for a Cause panels at Nerd HQ. Read on for all the details.
Yesterday, CCI posted its guidelines for lining up for Hall H, which was basically the same information they provide every year about what you can and can’t bring into line with you, and where you can use the restroom in the middle of the night. Today, CCI posted its policy regarding the Hall H “Toucan Tracker” wristbands — and it seems to be quite a bit different than last year.
Now that you’ve had a chance to look at the official Thursday schedule for San Diego Comic-Con, you can start finalizing your plans for what you’re going to do Thursday night after the con! Or maybe you don’t have a badge for SDCC and are looking for something geeky to do in San Diego that night? Well, look no further, because The Nerdy Girlie (Megan Gotch) and Being Geek Chic (Liz Giorgi) have the perfect solution for you with their Geeks Go Glam party! Read on for more details!
Only 15 days until San Diego Comic-Con! With so much to see and do at SDCC, we know you’re going to want to take tons of pictures (but not with a selfie stick!) and Periscope (except during panels) and tweet all about it, and while you’re waiting in the long lines, you’re going to want to use your electronic devices to keep you entertained. The problem with that is your phone, camera, tablet, and laptop batteries will likely run out of juice at some point throughout each long day! Read on as we offer some tips and a giveaway to help with that problem!