Matt Murdock’s Catholic upbringing and his deep feelings of guilt are just as important to Daredevil as his enhanced senses. So it shouldn’t be a shock to see Matt take confession in this new clip from the first episode of The Defenders—although it is kind of surprising that even the priest would like him to stop…
Congressman John Lewis (D-Ga.) was at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday discussing his award-winning graphic novel, March, which resulted in a real march for civil rights awareness.
As far as movie posters go, Marvel’s official one for Ragnarok is pretty damned great as is. It’s bright, it’s fun, it conveys a sense of drama and action while also showing off the ridiculously over-qualified cast that’s going to bring the film to life. Given how awesome it is, there are few things that could make it…
Comic-Con means toys: Not just the ones you line up a zillion hours for to get at the convention, but all the toys you discover that are on their way to threaten your savings account over the next few months. We’ve seen badass generals, giant robots, and even shapely butts so far, but now it’s Marvel’s turn!
The Magicians took the chance provided by Comic-Con to reveal the Muntjac, a magic, living ship that will play a huge part in season three of the Syfy show. In a press event that same day, executive producer John McNamara said, “It will kind of be our Fury Road season. No resources. What do you do?”
Frank Miller’s Batman: Year One took the detective who made DC comics the powerhouse that it is today gave him one of the most character-defining origin stories in modern comics that’s gone on to color much of the way that we see Batman today. Now, Miller’s doing the same for Superman.
On Friday morning, Welsh animator Simon Chong logged onto Twitter and share a side project of his that he’d been laboring over for months: a carefully constructed Bob’s Burgers/Archer crossover that he illustrated and animated himself using various audio clips plucked from Archer.
Gotham took to Comic-Con last night, and although it mostly brought a retrospective that serves as a stunning reminder as to how completely off its rocker the show has gotten, it did give us a little tease as to what’s coming in season four—Jonathan Crane, in full Scarecrow mode, complete with his fear gas.
For the past few years, the Fantastic Four have been absent—both in Marvel’s comics universe and in reality. Although Marvel seems to be uninterested in filling this hole in the comics landscape, it appears DC is more than willing to give it a go: say hello to the Terrifics, DC’s own quirky quartet.
Saturday was the biggest day of this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, so it’s appropriate that it had some of the biggest, best cosplay, too. Check out io9's latest video of our favorites: We’ve got a visitor from the Upside Down, little Thor taking arms against Loki, a T.Rex cosplaying as Batman, and so much more.. Enjoy!
The Lucifer panel began with a teaser reel showing snippets of the shenanigans we’ll see in the show’s four upcoming standalone episodes, which will air ahead of season three this fall. There’ll be partying, fighting, Vegas mischief, and at least one scene involving the juggling of breast implants.
Look, Saturday at San Diego Comic-Con is always a crazy day. It’s incredibly hard to keep up with everything, which is why io9 has your back. Whether you missed a new trailer—Stranger Things, Westworld, Justice League, Star Trek: Discovery, Thor: Ragnarok just to name a few—or the news—what Harrison Ford and Ridley…
Director Ryan Coogler played a huge chunk of footage from Black Panther at Marvel’s Comic-Con this Saturday evening, but Marvel did not elect to put it online. If you’re annoyed by this, well, good news, because I saw the footage and I’m going to tell you everything about it. The bad news is after you read this,…
Thunderous applause filled the air in Hall H this evening after the audience was treated to an all-new Black Panther footage that ended a standing ovation.
Of all the things the CW showed off at Comic-Con this year, Arrow had the least to show—but what it did promises that the explosive (literally) events of the last season’s cliffhanger are going to enact a heavy toll on Oliver Queen.
Marvel pulled out all the stops at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. We got news about Captain Marvel and Ant-Man and The Wasp. A gorgeous new trailer for Thor: Ragnarok. New footage for Black Panther. Plus, as an added treat, a look at Avengers: Infinity War. Join io9's Eleanor Fye live outside the Marvel event to…
The first trailer for Thor: Ragnarok is one of those trailers you never, ever forget. So, the cast and crew had a lot to live up to at Comic-Con, but the new trailer take care of at all. It’s a two-and-a-half-minute ball of action, awesomeness, humor, and insanity that may be the most purely fun Marvel movie trailer…
We still have a long time to wait before Marvel finally brings us the Captain Marvel movie we’ve (I’ve) all been waiting for, but at least we got some new details at studio head honcho Kevin Feige at Comic-Con: She’s going to be fighting the shape-changing aliens the Skrulls, Nick Fury has a major role but more…
Michelle Pfeiffer is returning to the world of superheroes: because the Ant-Man sequel just got a second Wasp in the form of the original hero herself.
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