Trashwire is back at San Diego Comic Con for the fifth year in a row, and we will be bringing you photos and videos from the even right here. This post will be updated frequently, so stay tuned here for more and follow Alexis and Pat Sue on Twitter for more live updates. Continue reading
We’re back! Trashwire has made the annual pilgrimage to San Diego for Comic Con and we’re taking pictures, recording video, and posting all over Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Flickr. We’ve got costumed superheroes, a gallery of all the Batmobiles in cinematic history, a couple glimpses of the Twilight gang, the hottest werewolf in the biz and a certain rock star comic book geek. This post will be regularly updated with new photos, so check out our latest photo galleries here and be sure to follow Editor @AlexisGentry and, of course, @trashwie.com on twitter, like us on Facebook and follow us on Tumblr for more. Continue reading
No matter if you have attended San Diego Comic-Con or not, the impact of this mega convention has probably affected your life. Author Rob Salkowitz explains how so much of mainstream entertainment has seen the light of day thanks to the fans in attendance at the San Diego Comic-Con. Continue reading
Here it is, gang! Technically, the fun doesn’t start until today, but we got pics from last night’s Preview Night for you here. Lego was out in full force with Lego Batman, Boba Fett, Bumblebee and more. There weren’t many people in costume yet, but there were two girls dresses as slave girl Leia. The big news of the night was Dark Horse’s “big reveal”. After announcing that Guillermo del Toro would not be appearing, Mike Richardson brought out Tom Morello to announce his new comic, Orchid. It was a quickie announcement, but fans are sure to hear more about Orchid throughout the con.
Check out the pics and be sure to follow Trashwire on Twitter for live tweets from SDCC.
This year, I had the exceptionally good fortune to be able to spend my birthday at Comic Con. Day 2 brought more costumes, more fans, and lots more free schwag. Continue reading
If you’ve read this site for any lengthy period of time, you know that I like My Chemical Romance. Their shows are amazing, their music is original and powerful, and their sincerity when interacting with fans is refreshing to see. Since I am of the “support your dudes” philosophy, I rushed to check out lead singer Gerard Way’s comic, The Umbrella Academy. Continue reading
My feet are aching, my hair looks like Chaka Kahn from all the humidity and body heat, and I just saw a guy in a bathrobe running down a hallway yelling, “I’m with Superman!” Must be Thursday at Comic Con in San Diego. Continue reading