At this time in just two short weeks we will be well into the second full of San Diego Comic Con. The largest annual celebration into all things nerdy (with the exception of Marvel movies, this year anyway), is jammed pack with the stuff that you love, but the trick is exactly where and when you can see all it, and how and why you can organize yourself on the ground. On cue, SDCC’s organizers have released the initial schedule for the Wednesday preview night, Thursday and Friday, the first few days of the con. If you’re interested in Doctor Who, Sherlock, Sense8, Capcom, Teen Wolf, Dark Horse Comics, The Hunger Games, Ash vs the Evil Dead, The Walking Dead, listen up, the below schedule is for you.
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For your nerding convenience, we now present the schedule for the first two days of San Diego Comic Con, the 2014 edition. If you’ll be in San Diego this year for the con, then lucky you, because it seems like an all you can nerd buffet of treats and dishes to keep you satisfied all weekend long. There’s something for everyone from screenings of upcoming comic book-based TV shows, panels for old and new TV favorites, previews for new films from many of the major studios, celebrations, interviews, reminiscences with nerdy icons and, dare I say, a few surprises. Strap in because getting through this one half of a full schedule is trip in and of itself. (more…)
The final network to announce its fall schedule, The CW, made their move this morning by announcing as few moves as possible. Chances are, if you like The CW’s schedule how it is right now, you will be 60 per cent pleased with how it will look in the fall. Small moves happen on Monday and Tuesday as the netlet benches two returning shows and two new series till midseason and premiering two shows in the fall, including its highly anticipated new superhero show. (more…)