As you can guess, the best days of most cons are Friday and Saturday, and this year’s SDCC did not disappoint when it came to the excitement levels of news. So here we go friends – let’s take a look at the most incredible, nerd screaming information that has been released to the masses from San Diego Comic Con 2016 over the past two days! Are you excited? Because Princess Diana certainly is!
Hey there, friends! SDCC is here, ready to get you pumped for the pop culture onslaught that is coming your way for the next year and more. Though none of the DG team is at the con in person, there is tons of overall news to cover. So to keep things organized and to the point, DG will be posting the best news stories for each day of Comic Con, giving you the highlights so you don’t have to muddle through article after article. So without further ado, let’s check out Thursday’s offerings for SDCC 2016!
So, this weekend I was at ConnectiCon, a nerd gathering of smallish proportions in Hartford, CT. Ironically, a similar, yet much larger meeting was happening on the other coast–a little event you might know about called San Diego Comic Con. Yes, that is the one with all the movie sneak peeks, TV show panels, merchandise previews, and much much more. Though I did not attend the event, I was definitely on my phone, keeping myself up-to-date with the biggest stories, and as such I feel I can give you the (personal) coolest things I saw from this year’s SDCC….. online, at least.
Please click the following link. A cosplayer was seriously injured at SDCC and the police are looking for help finding whoever did this.
Our hearts go out to this young girl. We wish you a swift recovery.
In case you’ve been out of the geek loop, it’s Comic-Con Weekend. Nerds of all types flock to San Diego, CA in an annual pilgrimmage to a convention of mind-blowing proportions. Alongside exclusive collectives and beautifully crafted costumes, the de facto importance of SDCC is fandom announcements that usually break the internet.
While DC has mostly been promoting itself through images for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice*, Marvel has upped its game by releasing details of the loudly clamored for Agent Carter TV series.
*If you haven't already, check out a fellow geekette's thoughts on the released image of Wonder Woman
i09 just announced that the Firefly video game will have the whole crew back to do voice work. If you’re a Browncoat like me, there couldn’t be much better news (except maybe season 2…).