The Walking Dead season 6 trailer revealed
It’s about to go down. Watch it here.
Luke, Leia, and Han Solo reunited on stage at Comic-Con
“It’s an emotional rounding of the experience we had in the first films,” Harrison Ford (Solo) said. “I never thought it would come back to bless me instead of haunt me. … I was very gratified when I read the script, because I read something that I thought was really remarkable. Well written, with some intriguing developments. So I was delighted to be involved.”
…and we got behind the scenes footage of Star Wars: The Force Awakens!
Ghost Busters reboot’s first official cast photo
This one technically did not occur at Comic-Con, but hey, it happened the same day so it must count, right?
DC reveals 2 new Superman mini-series
Neal Adams will be writing and drawing a six-issue series called Coming of the Supermen, which will be similar to Adams’ recent Batman: Odyssey, which also is a standalone book set outside current DC continuity. Coming of the Superman’s main villains will be Darkseid and Kalibak, with three new “heroes” emerging to join in on the action. The comic will debut in November 2015.
Also appearing in November is a seven issue series titled Superman: American Alien. The series will span different points of Clark Kents life, telling stories between his transition from farm boy to hero.
Fear the Walking Dead premier date and trailer
Fear the Walking Dead will air next month, August 23, on AMC. Check out the trailer here.
Chewbacca comic book series announced
Chewbacca is getting his own Marvel Comics series! The series is set shortly after the Battle of Yavin. “Chewbacca is on his own when he crash lands his ship on an Imperial occupied planet,” Marvel explained. “Now stranded, Chewie finds himself caught in the middle of trying to return to the rebellion and helping a young and feisty girl in need.”
Gerry Duggan is writing, with Phil Noto manning the art.
The 5-issue series will begin its run on October 2015.
Photo credit: MTV
Legend of Korra Graphic Novel Series Announced
Korra will return in her own graphic novel series! Much like The Last Airbender graphic novel, this series will be set after the events of the show. Readers will finally be able to learn more about Korra and Asami’s relationship, as was confirmed by co-creators Bryan Konietzko and Michael Dante DiMartino during the special panel.
There is no official release date as of yet.
Stay tuned for more news from SDCC!