While Comic-Con 2013 has been in full swing in San Diego, I was camped out in Hall H relaying all the latest intel on your favorite movies as soon as they became available. Now that the mayhem is done, however, I have a chance to sit back and process everything that I both heard and saw.
I know, it was a lot of information. So in an effort to both catch everyone up on the biggest updates to come out of Comic-Con (without forcing you all the read our numerous in-depth panel recaps), I've broken all the information down to 10 points you should know from Comic-Con 2013.
Cosplayers have been preparing for Comic-Con 2013 in San Diego for quite some time, either putting the hard work into crafting their own masterpieces or saving up to purchase suits worthy of their characters. While we've been documenting some of our favorite looks throughout the year, the convention brought out some of the most impressive displays we've ever seen, each more intricate and authentic than the last. Don't believe us? See for yourself!
Check out some of the best cosplay photos from Comic-Con 2013 ahead.
Another San Diego Comic-Con is in the books, but that doesn't mean we're going to stop talking about it, especially after the many "holy crap!" moments and awesome revelations this one had to offer. From the Batman/Superman team-up to the title of 'The Avengers 2,' Comic-Con 2013 was epic indeed. So which piece of news did you find the most exciting?
The immediate reaction following the Comic-Con 2013 reveal of 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' was excitement...followed shortly thereafter by lots and lots of questions. In his only interview after Marvel's Comic-Con panel, Joss Whedon answers your questions about 'Avengers 2' and explains what he has in store for Ultron and the sequel.
Ride into this con! After debuting a new scene and sizzle reel, ‘Sons of Anarchy’ closed out Comic-Con 2013 with a massive panel of the cast and creators of FX’s biker drama hit. Everyone from Charlie Hunnam to Kurt Sutter, Maggie Siff and Ron Perlman took the stage to answer fan questions, discuss the series, and preview what they could of ‘Sons of Anarchy’ season 6, so what can fans of the series expect based on the latest from Comic-Con 2013?
After taking last year off, the cast of ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ gloriously returned to Comic-Con 2013 to preview the new season debuting this fall on FX spin-off network FXX. In addition to screening the brand-new episode “The Gang Broke Dee,” cast members Rob McElhenney, Glenn Howerton, Charlie Day, Kaitlin Olson and Danny DeVito took to the stage to answer fan questions and tease the coming season for September.
‘Community’ is back and better than ever, and we’ve got the Dan Harmon to prove it! Sporting cardboard ‘Iron Man’ armor, the ‘Community’ creator arrived at the Comic-Con 2013 panel doing his best Tony Stark, leading the cast members in attendance to preview the coming season of NBC’s beloved cult comedy. From syndication to an animated episode, we were on hand to hear everything the Greendale gang had to say about ‘Community’ season 5!
At today's 'Breaking Bad' panel at Comic-Con 2013, showrunner Vince Gilligan and the cast debuted some footage from the upcoming final season premiere, and while we don't have that to show you, we do have another video they showed at the panel -- a new trailer that takes you through the previous seasons with some of the most memorable moments, all leading up to the season 5 premiere on August 11.
Matt Smith may leave ‘Doctor Who’ behind by the end of the year, but judging by the mammoth excitement from the panel at Comic-Con 2013, the future of the series remains well intact. Steven Moffat brought along Smith, Jenna-Louise Coleman, Marcus Wilson, Mark Gatiss and David Bradley to preview the major ‘Doctor Who’ milestones of the coming year, so what did we learn amid all the excitement from fans in attendance?
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