Comic-Con 2016 is about a lot more than crazy cosplay and fan-filled panels, it's also a haven for the year's coolest exclusive action figure releases. We take a look at 15 offerings from this year's festivities that are begging to bought.
With buzz building for the final film in the Twilight saga, a pile of new promo pics has been released for Breaking Dawn Part 2. So want to get a look at all the vampires you'll be hanging out with this time around?
It seems the rumors were true. A quarter century after debuting his iconic comic book series Sandman, Neil Gaiman will return to the character for an all-new prequel miniseries with DC Comics artist J. H. Williams III.
Two years ago the internet exploded with praise for the live-action fan film Street Fighter: Legacy. Now two of the makers of that film are getting the chance to revisit the style and characters from their film for a full-scale series. That's right, we're getting a live-action Street Fighter show.
One of the most interesting new projects to debut at San Diego Comic-Con was Syfy and Trion World's Defiance original video game and television series project. The multi-player video game will run concurrently with a new Syfy series that will debut in 2013.
If you're at San Diego Comic-Con, and watching or reading The Walking Dead just isn't enough for you, there's a way to get even closer to the zombie carnage. On Friday night, a massive Walking Dead obstacle course, complete with hundreds of walkers, will open at San Diego's Petco Park, and we just caught our first glimpse.
One of the most talked about new shows this fall is The CW's Beauty and the Beast. It stars Smallville's Kristen Kreuk and Terra Nova's Jay Ryan. We interviewed Ryan during this year's San Diego Comic-Con and he answered a question we all want answered. What's with the Beast's face?
Just moments after the end of the Pacific Rim presentation at the Warner Bros./Legendary Pictures showcase in Hall H at Comic-Con, Legendary head honcho Thomas Tull sprang a full-blown surprise on everyone: a teaser for Godzilla!
When we last saw the three supernatural roomies in the second season finale of Syfy's Being Human, vampire Aidan (Sam Witwer), werewolf Josh (Sam Huntington) and ghost Sally (Meaghan Rath) were all separately in serious peril.