Castle Rock stars André Holland, Melanie Lynskey and Bill Skarsgard; and executive producers Sam Shaw and Dustin Thomason gave updates on the Hulu series.
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The force is strong with Campbell soup, who had a very impressive Star Wars themed display located at 10th ave and 37th Street in New York City this past
And what a New York Comic Con that was! It may have been one of the busiest, and I'm getting lots of "best show ever" vibes and a lot of good feelings
Octavio Karbank writes from New York Comic Con 2017: Featuring vibrant characters and storylines that defy the typical superhero conventions, you’d be
Announced at New York Comic Con, Keith Giffen is drawing on a new comic book version of The Inferior Five, written by Jeff Lemire. Giffen describes it as
On a very wet Sunday at New York Comic Con, Marvel brought their Cup O’ Joe panel to the show — with a new twist. Surprise guest Charlie Cox took the stage!
In a Deadline interview out today, X-Files creator Chris Carter is asked if there will be more X-Files stories beyond the revived Season 11 he is making
Steve Orlando has announced at a DC Comics NYCC panel that he will be bringing back the character of Aztek to the Justice League Of America comic series.
Announced at the Marvel Animation panel, Avengers: Black Panther's Quest will be the next season of the Avengers animated series — and we got some key art
Maybe this can happen, Walking Dead fans! We just may see a romance yet between Daryl and Jesus blossom in front of our eyes.
Sorry to fans of the characters from The Walking Dead Telltale Games series: there are no plans to bring Clementine or any others to the show.
This was confirmed at The Walking Dead panel at NYCC 2017 this evening If there's a character that should get to say it more than once, it is Negan, after all. AMC seems to be following suit of other cable networks like FX, who throw out that word a bit more frequently than other networks Maybe[...]
An important discussion about representation both behind the scenes and on the screen took place at NYCC 2017 on Saturday afternoon.
Creators and fans came together Saturday to discuss why we need representation and why Black Heroes Matter at New York Comic Con 2017.
DC Comics got together all of their heavy hitters at a cool panel Saturday evening at NYCC. Frank Miller, Jim Lee, Greg Capullo, and more were all on hand.