Casters (Beautiful Creatures), Souls (The Host), and Shadowhunters (The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones) didn't really work out, so why not give vampires another go? The young adult book-to-film adaptation of Richelle Mead's Vampire Academy is due in theaters on February 14, 2014, and in an effort to build some hype and satiate the series' devout fan base, the Weinstein Company brought the project to New York Comic Con. and SuperHeroHype are attending the 2013 New York Comic Con this weekend and we've uploaded our first batch of photos from show which you can view below. You'll get a look at cosplay, floor pics, action figures and more! Stay tuned for more photos in the next few days.

Entertainment Weekly has just revealed some "propogranda art" for the upcoming "Star Wars Rebels," and we're going to need some help translating it. In addition, Lucasfilm has revealed the first official synopsis for the series:

"Falling Skies" invaded New York Comic Con today and new showrunner David Eick was on-hand to discuss his vision for the show’s fourth season. For a look at what’s in store for Summer 2014, check out the new promo below.

The New York Comic Con has officially kicked off and to start the exciting announcements come the reveal of some brand new toys and action figures from Hasbro.

FilmDistrict has released a New York Comic Con poster for Spike Lee's Oldboy which you can check out below (via EW).

The I, Frankenstein Facebook page revealed a new image from the film of one of its many demons, named Dekar, who is played by none other than the original comics creator Kevin Grevioux. In addition, they announced that Grevioux will be doing a fan meet and greet and signing for the graphic novel at New York Comic Con this Friday from 1-2 p.m.

Marvel has announced this morning that their new TV series "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." will have a heavy presence at this year's New York Comic Con. Read the full press release below to get all the details.

From this past weekend's New York Comic-Con, has an exclusive video interview with Beautiful Creatures writer/director Richard LaGravenese (The Fisher King, Water for Elephants).

The announcement that writer-producer Vivek Tiwary's graphic novel "The Fifth Beatle" would be made into a movie and that The Beatles have given him the rights to their catalog for the adaptation preceded the start of last week's New York Comic Con.

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