The man, the myth, the legend Bruce Campbell held court in Ballroom 20 both to promote the DVD release of "Burn Notice: The Fall of Sam Axe" and to taunt Comic-Con attendees.
For Showtime's fourth visit to Comic-Con, it's no surprise the network is bringing back "Dexter," given its quirky genre conceit.
For celebrities descending on Comic-Con Intl. this week, San Diego's fan-filled convention center can seem a little daunting.
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The Fox party, held outside of the Beverly Hilton, played host to Globes winner "Glee" and Jane Lynch held court while reporters, fans and coworkers gave the funny lady the full diva treatment.
The Florida Film Critics Circle announced their awards, with "Inception" and "The Social Network" hauling home wins.
"The Social Network" continues to rack up awards as the African-American Film Critics Assn. honored the pic with both the best feature film prize and the top spot on its list of best films of 2010.
"What the fuck do you think this is? The Tonys?" screamed host Neil Patrick Harris.
The Washington, D.C. Area Film Critics Association clicked with "The Social Network," honoring the Facebook drama with three awards, including best film, best director for David Fincher and best…