There's hardly a nerd Gareb Shamus doesn't like.
The nation's largest gathering of fanboys will continue to take place in San Diego through at least 2015.
Tanem Davidson makes a case for cultural legitimacy in this wide-ranging but dry docu.
WHILE DRIVING DOWN TO Comic-Con last week to promote "Salt," Lorenzo di Bonaventura reflected on how long it took him to get the picture off the ground.
Imagine a premiere on any given night in Hollywood. Then multiply that by at least five.
Film studios may rule Comic-Con but TV nets gave them a run for their money at the four-day event, adding larger-than-life marketing campaigns to the usual push of panels at the San Diego Convention…
While Hollywood's hype machine was turned on high at Comic-Con in San Diego last week, the presence of the studios has become as routine as a comic book or costumed character.
As expected, Marvel Studios has assembled the Avengers.
Even after starring in the "Star Wars" and "Indiana Jones" franchises Harrison Ford hadn't made the trek to San Diego until this year with "Cowboys & Aliens," the sci-fi western Universal Pictures…
Comic-Con was only happy to receive the "love letter" that Simon Pegg and Nick Frost created for the fanboy fest in the form of the alien comedy "Paul" that Universal Pictures will unspool next year.
A stabbing in Hall H temporarily delayed Saturday's schedule of studio panels.