New images and footage from the forthcoming Godzilla movie have us so excited that we're zooming through the air like three-headed space kaiju. At Comic-Con, we sat down with director Gareth Edwards to talk about his giant monster designs, and the political subtext of this classic anti-nuke tale.
Everyone knew Hasbro's Transformers Masterpiece Soundwave would bit hitting Toys'R'Us shortly after his debut at last week's San Diego Comic-Con, but that didn't stop fans from going crazy trying to get him.
I'm positive my first question for Strider senior producer Andrew Szymanski and producer James Vance during our interview at Comic-Con last week was the question on every fan's mind. It's just not Strider without a massive robotic primate.
As my hour with Disney Infinity's Toy Box mode at the San Diego Comic-Con came to a close, producer John Vignocchi had dressed up The Incredibles' Dash in the wings from 1981's Condorman and was attempting to recreate the movie's flight scene.
When you can actually get up off your butt and move your camera around, there was some of the best cosplay in the world to be seen at last weekend's San Diego Comic-Con.
Photographer Sebastian Jespersen took some amazing cosplay photos at Comic-Con, which you can see here, but my favourite shot of his has nothing to do with dressing up.
When we interviewed A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin at Comic-Con, we decided to drill down and ask some intense questions. Like, is this series only seven books long because some subplots took over the story? Are the Dothraki one-dimensional stereotypes? What does he think of Sliders? Here’s what he…
Last Thursday night at the 2013 Xbox Comic-Con Media Showcase, I got my first hands-on time with the Xbox One. I was pleased — well, mostly pleased.
Only Deadpool could walk up to Bane, Wolverine, Solid Snake and nearly every cosplayer at this year's (and last year's) San Diego Comic-Con, and fool around with them without any consequences. Physical, at least.
Here's exactly how my short play session with the upcoming Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure went at the San Diego Comic-Con this weekend. "What about...DAMMIT!" Rinse and repeat.
Announced last week, Angry Birds Star Wars II gives fans the ability to swap out the bird (or pig) line-up in their iPad or Android game using physical toys, but Hasbro's Telepods technology isn't Skylanders. It's much simpler than that.
A second series of those awesome Star Wars Black Series action figures are on the way, and they're hitting four of the biggest fan favourites all in one shot.
At yesterday's Marvel Games panel at the San Diego Comic-Con, Playdom revealed exciting plans for its social/mobile hit Avengers Alliance, though none quit as exciting as these three upcoming purchasable heroes — Squirrel Girl, Moon Knight and Doctor Voodoo.
Because depicting the Hulk, Rhino, Kingpin, the Blob and Colossus as regulation LEGO minifigs looks silly, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes uses LEGO Big Figures. Hmph.
Man of Steel director Zack Snyder just came out and rocked our worlds at Comic-Con. Not just announcing that Batman will be in the Superman sequel — which he did with a cool-looking metallic Superman-Batman logo that drove the crowd nuts. But that was not the biggest deal.
Holy crap, there was a big surprise at the Legendary/Warner Bros. panel just now. We saw the-first ever teaser for the World of Warcraft movie, in which a mighty armored warrior goes head-to-head with a huge green orc.
Today during Comic-Con, Ubisoft announced a new set of stories from the Assassin's Creed universe called Assassin's Creed: Brahman. It'll be a graphic novel set in India, and will introduce a new assassin to the fold.
I feel like a fool for even saying it, but is it possible that The Walking Dead will finally be as great as it should be? If this 4-minute season 4 trailer is at all accurate, then the answer might be yes.