At NYCC, the producers of DC Comics' upcoming animated series Green Lantern and Young Justice told us about the villains and dangers Hal Jordan, Robin, and Superboy will face. Also, who will be on Young Justice's JLA? Spoilers ahoy!
At The Vampire Diaries press room at NYCC, we found out why Elena and Damon won't become an item any time soon. And we discovered exactly what Vampire Diaries and True Blood share. Spoilers ahead...
Three generations of alien ruler attended NYCC on Saturday — Visitor royalty Laura Vandervoort, Morena Baccarin, and Jane Badler were on the scene and ready to talk up the Visitors' return this November.
We saw quite a few amazing displays of creative cosplay at New York's Comic Con. We've collected not only the best, but the most pricey ensembles at NYCC. Guess which one of these cost the most to put together?
The New York Comic Con is a frothing bouillabaisse overflowing with panels and pageantry. Here are some of the juicier news bites to come out of Javits Center this weekend.
Yep. That's a vagina. On legs.
Naked Namors, vaginas on legs, oddly placed pets and more — New York Comic Con was full of toys that made us shudder. Check out our round-up of both the awesome, and the awesomely distasteful.
Steampunk costumes always look amazing — but expensive. How can you look like a denizen of alternate steam-powered London without spending a fortune? We attended both of NYCC 2010's panels on the subject and came away with 10 cost-saving tips.
At NYCC, Venture Bros.' Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer regaled hundreds at the Friday night panel. But the real action was in Saturday's press room, where the writers of TV's funniest show fired off quips like some quip-firing machine gun.
Brand new footage from the second episode of Frank Darabont's The Walking Dead was screened at New York Comic Con. And what we saw were a whole lot of new faces not from Robert Kirkman's comic book.
Comic book fans hit the floor at NYCC's Javits Center, eager to put the "comic" in Comic Con. From classics like Spawn to TV adaptations like True Blood to up-and-comers like The Outfit, here's convention-goers most wanted comics.
Good news from New York Comic Con's Del Rey / Spectra panel: George R.R. Martin is just 5 chapters away from the end of A Dance with Dragons! Plus, we'll soon see old school Del Rey titles in ebook form.
At NYCC's "Unbreakable: Ten Years Later" panel with M. Night Shyamalan, the director made his first Comic Con appearance of any kind, period. He encountered an enthusiastic crowd and discussed ideas for Unbreakable 2 that have never come to fruition.
Before Yoda was a Muppet, the makers of Empire Strikes Back considered casting a monkey as the movie's spiritual center. Plus the lost Wampa raid on the rebel base, and the original portrayer of Palpatine finally revealed after thirty years!
The sharp Sherlock adaptation from Dr. Who producers is a Holmes for a very new century: set in modern-day London, the consulting detective has an iPhone to enhance his deductive reasoning, and Watson keeps a blog.
The new Green Lantern show is a CGI space opera teaming Hal Jordan and Kilowog as intergalactic buddy cops, from the people behind Batman: The Animated Series and Avatar: The Last Airbender. There is nothing about this that's not awesome.
At NYCC, the traditional DC Universe fan circus hosted by executive editor Dan DiDio was dominated by the recession, mouthy fans, a mistake that made DiDio take his seat — and a peek at what's coming up.
Universal debuted the first ever footage from The Thing prequel at New York Comic Con. We witnessed a pretty impressive mix of ominous foreshadowing and hot alien tentacle action. So far, so good. Spoilers ahead...