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Legendary Comics @ SDCC 2021: Oscar Isaac Surprises Fans on Online Panel – Watch It Now!

Head Wounds: Sparrow is a graphic novel created by Bob Johnson and John Alvey and developed by Oscar Isaac and Jason Spire. It will be available in Fall 2021. Curious fans can listen to the creative team, including New York Times’ best-selling writer Brian Buccellato and artist Christian Ward, go in-depth regarding the book’s origin, mythology and its creation process.

SDCC 2018: Batman The Animated Series on Blu-Ray™

Finally, Mr. J, we are on Blu-Ray™! This is what I imagine Harley Quinn would squeal out to The Joker… and honestly, I am squealing too!

The Batman: The Complete Animated Series Deluxe Limited Edition will of course include all episodes of the critically-acclaimed series as well as two bonus discs, which will contain 25 featurettes with an an all-new, 60+ minute definitive Batman: The Animated Series making-of documentary, “The Heart of Batman.”

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SDCC 2018: Dragon Ball North America Tour

The Dragon Ball North America Tour, presented by Funimation, Bandai and Toei Animation, launched the exhibition at San Diego Comic Con 2018. The installation features  a life-sized replica of the World Martial Arts Tournament– a triennial tournament of the “strongest under the heavens” and a central event in the 34-year-old Dragon Ball franchise. Fans can look at a collection of merchandise, memorabilia, play the Dragon Ball Super Card Game or the video game, Dragon Ball FighterZ.

Including this amazing animated GIF photobooth! Click below to see more photos from the installation.

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SDCC 2018 Prep: Costume Designers Guild Panels Announcement + Cosplay Love

Calling all who appreciate costumes in movies and television!

The Costume Designers Guild will be hosting three panels this year as well as a full booth in the Exhibit Hall that will showcase Nikia’s Dora Milaje costume from Black Panther, as well as the flash costume from Justice League. This year will be your chance to meet and greet creatives such as costume designers, Ruth Carter (Black Panther, Serenity) and Amanda Riley (Supergirl, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), and costume illustrators, Phillip Boutté Jr. (Black Panther, Captain Marvel), Luca Nemolato (The Shape of Water, Westworld) and many, many more! Check out all the details below.

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SDCC 2018 Prep: Superhero Food and Drinks

What is more important than those exclusive merchandise and scoring autographs at San Diego Comic-Con 2018? The food and drinks, of course– which I am ALWAYS a huge fan of! This year, restaurants and bars in the Gaslamp at downtown San Diego are pulling all the stops all weekend with themed beverages and meals to celebrate our collective nerd party for the long weekend on July 18 until July 22nd. Want to know where to get the tastiest treats? Check out our list below!

Get your Captain America waffle on at Café 222 on Island Avenue: a malted waffle shaped like Captain America’s shield, topped with fresh berries and whipped cream.

For the Star Wars fans, check out Prohibition Liquor Bar on Fifth Avenue where you can order drinks called Never Tell Me the Odds (Redemption Rye,demerara, Averna and R&D house bitters), I Find Your Lack of Faith Disturbing (El Silencio Mezcal, watermelon cordial and R&D smoke bitters), or Let the Wookie Win (bourbon, lime, ginger and Fernet).

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SDCC 2017: Scenes Around the Con, Part 4

Day 2 of San Diego Comic-Con was spent mostly wandering around the off-site events, including all the activations at the PETCO parking lot. I got to visit the Ice Cream Citadel where the Lich King (from Blizzard’s Hearthstone) presided over his shop as people lined up for free ice cream. Surprisingly, the Deadquarters—The Walking Dead experience— didn’t have a long line and I decided to check it out. It was a nice outdoor lounge, too much sun for me personally, but there was free Mountain Dew and a cool bunker experience!

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SDCC 2017: Scenes Around the Con, Part 2

My first full day at San Diego Comic-con this year was action packed, as to be expected. We woke up early in the hopes of lining up for the Westworld experience only to find out that the line had been already cut off. Too crazy!

I also went to the DC Icons: Blockbuster YA Authors Meet Iconic DC Superheroes panel with Marie Lu, Leigh Bardugo and Matt de la Peña. The three writers had a great hour talking about their upcoming DC books, with Bardugo’s Wonder Woman: Warbringer novel coming out first on August 29.

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