Godzilla director Gareth Edwards explains the symbolism of kaiju

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. » 7/26/13 5:33am 7/26/13 5:33am

An Hour Inside Disney Infinity's Toy Box Was Not Enough

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. » 7/24/13 9:00am 7/24/13 9:00am

George R.R. Martin answers our toughest Song of Ice and Fire questions

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… » 7/23/13 7:18pm 7/23/13 7:18pm

Avengers Alliance Is About To Get Three Times Cooler

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. » 7/21/13 2:00pm 7/21/13 2:00pm

Timid Little Girl Meets Awesome Comic-Con Mech. Cuteness Ensues.

So that mech we mentioned last night—you know, the one that's made by the same studio that built armor for Pacific Rim and Iron Man—it's now officially going around Comic-Con. Here's some footage of the mech trying its best to befriend a little girl, brought to us by by Stan Winston School. » 7/19/13 3:30pm 7/19/13 3:30pm