The real-life version of Adult Swim’s metal mega-band played an exclusive concert aboard the USS Midway, and it was the most face-meltingly epic party of Comic Con.
Right after their panel in Hall H, Marvel Studios took to Facebook to reveal the official titles and logos for the upcoming Thor and Captain America sequels.
NECA had a solid showing at Comic Con, with reveals of the final figures for the next waves of Rocky figures, Kyle Reese from Terminator, an action feature Robocop and lots more– check out the photos.
Mezco was on site at Comic Con, selling some cool exclusives and showcasing some upcoming items, including the 14″ rotocast Thundercats, Earthworm Jim, Mars Attacks and more.
At the Vertigo panel at Comic Con, Neil Gaiman announced his return to arguably his most famous work– The Sandman. Dream will return in an all new miniseries in 2013 under the Vertigo imprint Gaiman’s original series helped make famous.
Each year, more and more events at Comic Con expand out of the Convention Center and into downtown San Diego. One of the best this year is The Coma Experience, A&E’s huge setup promoting the upcoming Ridley/ Tony Scott miniseries coming this Fall. The outdoor hospital is a fully immersive, interactive exhibit which gives attendees a look at the upcoming series.
DC Comics is stepping up their game and expanding into the 3.75 in scale of figures, and while fans thought there were only two figures to start, it turns out there’s a whole Corp on deck. Continue reading “SDCC 2012- DC Collectibles Preview Party” »
With a market oversaturated with mediocre military shooters, developers really have to offer something special to make their title stand out amongst a sea of mindless Call of Duty clones. Spec Ops: The Line does just that, delivering an experience that focuses on the human condition instead of glorifying war and a narrative that puts the player in impossible situations and then rubs their face in the consequences. A tight package all around, but the daring storytelling alone makes this one of the best titles to come out of the genre in years.