Over the years, San Diego Comic-Con, which kicks off its 46th year today, has become one of the premiere events on the entertainment calendar, as major film studios and TV networks have used it as an opportunity to plug their upcoming fare. But that tide is turning as more and more major film studios opt out of the four-day gathering of comic-book and pop-culture aficionados.
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Comic-Con, which kicks off today in San Diego, is one of the hottest and hard-to-come-by tickets in the events world. So, Comedy Central is hoping to lure some of those who weren't able to score a badge.
The inside of Homer Simpson’s head is filled with colorful drawings of the characters from the show named after his family, a giant video screen covering the top interior of […]
To promote its new line of Star Wars-themed character cars and die-cast ships, Hot Wheels showed up at San Diego Comic-Con this week with a life-size Darth Vader car.
When conjuring names for their new stop motion adult animated series, Stoopid Buddy Stoodios co-founders Matt Senreich, John "Harv" Harvatine IV, Seth Green and Eric Towner submitted 80 different titles to
Comic-Con kicks off on Thursday in San Diego, and brands will no doubt try to out-do one another on the premises in and around the city's Gaslamp Quarter downtown district.
Digital entertainment company Geek & Sundry is gearing up for a jam-packed schedule during this year's San Diego Comic-Con International, starting with a hosted space where its fans can meet the network's stars and see upcoming previews.
With the expenses of travel, lodging, venue rental and (of course) the challenge of outdoing your competitors, San Diego's Comic-Con is a place for strange bedfellows—and not just the couple dressed up as Bullwinkle and Slave Leia.