ComingSoon.net and SuperHeroHype attended the 2013 New York Comic Con this weekend and we've uploaded a fourth batch of photos which you can view below. If you missed the previous three batches, you can view them at the following links.
Fox has a big winner on its hands. After its huge debut made it the network's most successful fall drama premiere since "24" in 2001, "Sleepy Hollow" scored a second season.
J.W. Rinzler's "The Making of Star Wars: Return of the Jedi" is currently available for purchase in hardcover, but in honor of the upcoming release of the multimedia eBook edition, Rinzler took to the stage at New York Comic Con to show off some never-before-scene photos and videos from this enhanced version of the book and run through some Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi facts and anecdotes.
ComingSoon.net and SuperHeroHype attended the 2013 New York Comic Con this weekend and we've uploaded a third batch of photos which you can view below. If you missed the previous two batches, you can view them here
Even though Leonardo da Vinci is one of the most recognizable figures in history, few are aware of the details of his youth in Florence, Italy. Upon realizing that da Vinci had no television presence, David S. Goyer seized the opportunity, tapping into the wealth of historical information, combining it with some fictional elements, and churning out the Starz series, "Da Vinciís Demons." Just days after the show's April 12, 2013 premiere to record-breaking numbers, the show locked in a second season and discussions regarding a third are currently underway.
Thanks to Dwayne Johnson's bold, charming personality and his generous social media sharing, Hercules
(based on the graphic novel "Hercules: The Thracian Wars") is absolutely on our radar. However, that's not the only "Hercules" film scheduled to hit theaters in 2014. We've also got Renny Harlin's Hercules: The Legend Begins
and in an effort to raise some awareness prior to the film's first quarter release, Harlin, co-producer Jonathan Yunger, and stars Kellan Lutz (Hercules), Gaia Weiss (Hebe), Liam McIntyre (Sotiris), and Scott Adkins (King Amphitryon) hit the main stage at New York Comic Con.
We're just two weeks away from the release of Batman: Arkham Origins, which will see eight of the deadliest assassins coming after Batman on Christmas Eve. Five of these assassins have been revealed so far and Warner Bros. Games Montreal revealed the sixth one tonight: Electrocutioner! The character was created in 1992 by Chuck Dixon, Tom Lyle and Scott Hanna and has an electrified suit with which he can shock, stun, and kill his opponents. He'll be voiced by Steven Blum, who previously voiced Wolverine in this year's Deadpool video game.
Andrew Lincoln, Chad Coleman, Lauren Cohan, Steven Yeun, Danai Gurira, Melissa McBride, Norman Reedus and producers of "The Walking Dead" are presenting the hit AMC series in New York. The panelists will be on hand to discuss the upcoming fourth season of the series as well as introduce an official, never-before-seen, sneak preview.
ComingSoon.net and SuperHeroHype are attending the 2013 New York Comic Con this week and we've uploaded another batch of photos which you can view below. If you missed the previous batch, you can view them by clicking here
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Back in March came the announcement that Marvel would be partnering up with Feld Entertainment to create the Marvel Universe LIVE! arena stunt show. Since then there hasn't been much by the way of announcements, but Marvel has now debuted two videos for the show. In the player below, you'll find not only a teaser trailer for the show but a behind-the-scenes look at the making of it, which offers some even better teases.