The IGN Comic-Con team reacts to the Superman black suit clip revealed by Zack Snyder from Justicecon this weekend in the above segment. And that’s not all that happened on The Snyder Cut front: The director also talked about how he refuses to use a “single frame” of Joss Whedon’s footage in The Snyder Cut of Justice League, and Cyborg actor Ray Fisher talked about how an investigation into Whedon’s behavior during the film’s reshoots will get to the “heart of everything.”
Batman Nemesis The Robin King May Be the Most Demented DC Comics Villain Ever
The DC Comics panel on IGN’s Comic-Con@Home livestream offered fans a closer look at Dark Nights: Death Metal, with writer Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo appearing to tease what’s still to come in the remaining five issues of the series. Death Metal #3 will shine a spotlight on Batman’s newest nemesis, a villain known as The Robin King.
2020 Eisner Award Winners Revealed
The winners of the 2020 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards were revealed. Essentially the comic book industry equivalent of the Oscars, the ceremony was again held (albeit virtually) during Comic-Con, this year hosted by actor Phil LaMarr.
Keanu Reeves and Constantine Team Reunite, Discuss Movie Sequel That Never Happened
Keanu Reeves joined director Francis Lawrence and producer Akiva Goldsman at Comic-Con@Home today to look back at the original live-action version of the Hellblazer himself for Constantine’s 15th anniversary. A Constantine sequel involving Jesus that never got made was discussed, among many other things!
How the Creator of I Am Legend Was Partially Responsible for the Bill and Ted Movies
Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves weren’t the first dudes to play Bill and Ted… and that’s just one fact we learned in the Comic-Con@Home livestream panel for Bill and Ted Face the Music. It also turns out that legendary sci-fi author Richard Matheson — father of Bill and Ted co-creator Chris Matheson — had a hand in helping Bill and Ted to become a movie.
Family Guy Spoofs X-Men: Days of Future Past in New Footage
Fans got their first look at Family Guy’s upcoming 19th Season thanks to Fox’s panel at Comic-Con@Home. The series will continue spoofing all corners of the pop culture universe, including a hilariously gross parody of an iconic X-Men movie scene that was shown off in a sizzle reel at the panel.
Rick and Morty Season 5 Sneak Peek: Meet Rick’s Nemesis
Adult Swim Con’s Rick and Morty panel — featuring co-creator Dan Harmon and cast members Sarah Chalke, Chris Parnell, and Spencer Grammer, and moderated by IGN’s own Terri Schwartz — gave fans a cool sneak peek from Season 5 in the form of an awesome animatic, plus some hints about the season. Check out the Rick and Morty Season 5 animatic and all the details.
Helstrom showrunner Paul Zbyszewski and cast — Tom Austen, Sydney Lemmon, Elizabeth Marvel, Robert Wisdom, Ariana Guerra, June Carryl, and Alain Uy — offered up a sneak-peek look and conversation around bringing Marvel’s Helstrom to life as Hulu’s next horror series. Best part of the panel? It was moderated by IGN’s amazing Laura Prudom! Also be sure to check out our Who’s Who in Hulu’s Helstrom and the Helstrom trailer.
Mystery Science Theater 3000 Creator Joel Hodgson on Another MST3K Comeback
Whither Season 13? Mystery Science Theater 3000 creator Joel Hodgson discussed the return of the beloved series with IGN during Comic-Con@Home. “The narrative is really important to me,” he said. “What is the story of Mystery Science Theater? How does Gizmonic Institute fit into it? What was the purpose of Gizmonic Institute?” Read on for everything from MST3K creator Joel Hodgson on the show’s return.
Mega Man Live-Action Film Is Still Happening and ‘Big News’ Is Coming Soon
During IGN’s Comic-Con@Home livestream for their film Project Power, Joost and Schulman were asked about the Mega Man film they’ve been attached to since 2018. “I think we’re going to have some big news about it soon,” was the response. Get all the details in our Mega Man live-action movie story.
The Dragon Prince Renewed for Four More Seasons
Dragon Prince fans, rejoice! Netflix has given the creative team at Wonderstorm the greenlight to produce four more seasons of the animated epic, which will allow the series to complete its saga at the end of Season 7. Now, with The Dragon Prince Seasons 4, 5, 6, and 7 a go at Netflix, fans can rest assured knowing they’re going to get a complete story. While no release date for Season 4 (Book 4) has been revealed, the title of the upcoming season will be called “Earth.”
Archer Season 11 Release Date Revealed, Premiere in September
Archer Season 11 will premiere on Wednesday, September 16 on FXX, it was announced at the Comic-Con@Home Archer panel. You can check out the trailer above or watch the full Archer Comic-Con@Home 2020 panel here.
Why the Vikings Sequel Series Valhalla Is on Netflix Instead of History Channel
While Vikings may be coming to an end soon after six seasons on History Channel, its saga will live on in a sequel series, Vikings: Valhalla, which will stream on Netflix. Vikings showrunner Michael Hirst explained to IGN why History Channel isn’t making this follow-up to their wildly successful TV series and also provided details on the narrative timeline of Valhalla.
The Walking Dead Universe’s Three Rings Group Explained
The Walking Dead: World Beyond’s EP and showrunner Matthew Negrete spoke to us a bit about the Three Rings Group (aka “those rascals in those helicopters,” as he put it) in order to shed a bit more light on their mission, their presence on the spinoff series, and what they might mean for the endgame of the Walking Dead universe as a whole.
The Walking Dead: Season 10 Finale Release Date
The Walking Dead viewers have been stuck in limbo for months, with the show’s Season 10 finale being delayed due to coronavirus concerns. Fortunately, the wait is almost over. We learned that the finale that everyone has been waiting for will now air on October 4, followed immediately by the long-awaited series premiere of The Walking Dead: World Beyond. But the plan is to now extend Season 10 by six episodes, which will air in early 2021 (followed by Season 11 also in 2021).
Star Trek: Prodigy Coming to Nickelodeon
There’s a second Star Trek animated series in the works. Star Trek: Prodigy is a family-friendly, CG-animated show about “a group of lawless teens who discover a derelict Starfleet ship and use it to search for adventure, meaning and salvation.” The series is expected to debut on Nickelodeon in 2021.
New Mutants Footage Debuts
New Mutants has basically become an annual fixture at Comic-Con, as Fox’s final X-Men movie continues its Sisyphean struggle to actually see a theatrical release. Only time will tell if its latest release date holds true, but at least we got a closer look at the movie during the New Mutants panel. Fans got to watch the opening scene from the film, and we also learned which X-Men characters would have been introduced in potential sequels.
Amazon Renews The Boys for Season 3
Mirroring last year’s Season 2 announcement, Amazon’s The Boys panel brought with it news the superhero series has been renewed for another season. “Because this show has fans and it is watched by people like you, they have decided to renew it yet again for a third season,” executive producer Seth Rogen said. “So if you like The Boys, you got more of it, thank God!”
Darth Vader Comic Ties Into The Rise of Skywalker
Marvel’s newest Darth Vader series has already made waves, and fans may be in for even bigger surprises to come. During the Lucasfilm Publishing Panel, writer Greg Pak revealed the series’ upcoming second story arc will tie into the events of The Rise of Skywalker. “It’s going to be a huge, hopefully deeply disturbing and entertaining and satisfying epic by the time it’s all done,” Pak told IGN. “We got permission and the green light to do some stuff I never thought we’d be able to do.”
Bill & Ted Face the Music Heads to Streaming
Though the Bill & Ted Face the Music panel hasn’t aired as of publish, we already learned what’s sure to be the biggest topic of discussion. The long-awaited third Bill & Ted movie will be debuting simultaneously in theaters and on-demand on September 1. With so many other big 2020 movies being pushed back into 2021, at least we still have this sequel to look forward to.
Image Comics Reveals Crossover
Donny Cates and Geoff Shaw are the superstar creative teams behind books like God Country and Thanos Wins, and now they’re returning to Image Comics for one of their most ambitious projects yet. Crossover explores what happens when a superhero comic book epic spills out into the real world.
Next Adventure Time: Distant Lands Special Revealed
Though Adventure Time ended its run in 2018, the series continues on in the form of a series of Distant Lands specials on HBO Max. IGN was able to exclusively reveal a new poster for the next special, Obsidian, which focuses on Princess Bubblegum and Marceline.
His Dark Materials: Season 2 Trailer
His Dark Materials is returning to HBO for a second season later this year. HBO debuted a new trailer for Season 2, giving fans a better idea of what to expect from the fantasy series this time around.
DC Announces Watchmen Sequel Rorschach
Though this series was technically announced in the lead-up to Comic-Con@Home rather than the event itself, it’s still worth spotlighting. DC is publishing a new sequel to Watchmen called Rorschach. This 12-issue project from Batman’s Tom King and Jorge Fornes is set 35 years after the original comic, as a new Rorschach emerges and attempts to assassinate President Redford.
Celebrities Writing Comics
So far, we’ve learned of two Hollywood celebrities dipping their toes into the comic book world. Keanu Reeves is co-writing a series called BRSRKR with co-writer Matt Kindt and artist Alessandro Vitti, while Oscar Isaac is developing a graphic novel called Head Wounds: Sparrow through his production company Mad Gene.
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