[Warning: Spoilers ahead from The Walking Dead comic book series.]
Is AMC's The Walking Dead planning to bring in current comics villain Negan?
In a blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment from the newly released season-five trailer, Glenn (Steven Yeun) seems to be in imminent danger from an unknown character seemingly armed with a baseball bat about to take a swing at his head (see photo above).
Supernatural had a rollicking good time opening Hall H on the final day of Comic-Con.
The season-nine finale saw Dean Winchester turned into a demon and the consequences of that change up in the air. "It has an enormous effect on the season and on the brothers," said executive producer Jeremy Carver of the introduction of Demon Dean. "It's part of the opening episodes. Sam, in particular, [digs into] how to rescue his brother. Dean ... struggles with what exactly that means."
An army's worth of DC superheroes invaded Hall H Saturday night.
Fans were treated to screenings of the pilots for The CW's TheFlash, Fox's Gotham and a new trailer of NBC's Constantine. There was also 15 seconds of new footage from The CW's Arrow season three. (See the Arrow footage here.)
FX anthology American Horror Story made its Comic-Con debut with a late-night panel Saturday that largely focused on Coven,its recently concluded third season, while offering only a few clues about its fourth season, Freak Show.
The Vampire Diaries addressed the emotional season-five finale with humor at Comic-Con.
With Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Bonnie (Kat Graham) in purgatory(?), how and when the duo will return to Mystic Falls has been the big question. Instead of fielding dozens of questions during the 45-minute Saturday afternoon session, The CW vampire drama debuted a spoof dealing with just that subject.
Ahead of Saturday's Warner Bros. TV/DC Entertainment extravaganza at Comic-Con, Fox is making a big splash with a new Gotham campaign.
The network is asking fans to create their own Gotham poster and/or trailer with the grand-prize winners earning a trip to the New York City premiere party of the Batman prequel series, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.