One of the biggest deals at Comic Con was the Firefly 10th Anniversary celebration, which saw a reunion of of the cast and crew of the short-lived, much-loved modern sci-fi classic. Joss Whedon and members of the cast held a press conference in which they recalled the series and took questions. Here’s the highlights of the conference…
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The Walking Dead took over Hall H at Comic Con to present the world premiere of the Season 3 trailer. Is this enough to course-correct the aggressively mediocre ending of the second season?
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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.
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Shout! Factory is going to be busy at this year’s Comic Con, with plenty of cool programming, exclusives and more for Transformers Prime, My Little Pony, the legendary Tom Kenny and the return of Power Rangers.
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Or, the one where SCDP starts making real money, Megan starts acting, and everyone comes to realize they will be alone forever.
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After last week’s emotional powerhouse of an episode, this week’s Mad Men ended the fifth season on a comparatively low note. Some stories were brought to an abrupt end while others just began, and some of the less prominent characters didn’t even get mentioned. The strongest episode of the season it was not, but “The Phantom” still managed to cover a lot of ground and set the foundation for what should be a great sixth season.
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Ouch, that really hurt. While Sally becomes a woman, Don gets more aggressive than ever (at least, in the office), and we say an incredibly sad goodbye to a partner at SCDP. This had to be the gut-punching-est episode of Mad Men yet.
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Never have times been so tumultuous behind the glass walls at SDCP than in the latest episode of Mad Men. Almost the entire episode focused tightly on the business side of things, specifically the agency’s attempt to acquire Jaguar and the measures it took to do so. It was intense, emotional, and ultimately heartbreaking, and it was the most captivating episode of this season.
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