“Teen Wolf” Returns To Comic-con For The Fourth Year As Part Of “MTV Geekend” “MTV Geekend” Also Includes First-Ever “MTV2 Party in the Park” in San Diego on Thursday, July 18 and One-Hour “Guy Code Honors” Special Airing on MTV and MTV2 Sunday, July 21 MTV News’ Josh Horowitz and MTV Geek’s Steven Smith to Live Stream Exclusive News and Interviews with Fan Favorite Celebrities All Weekend
New York, NY – MTV will be geeking out from Comic-Con International in San Diego all weekend long, beginning on Thursday,
From the Press Release:
MTV will be geeking out from Comic-Con International in San Diego all weekend long, beginning on Thursday, July 18, with the highly-anticipated return of a “Teen Wolf” panel featuring all five series regulars and new cast members who play the twin Alpha werewolves, Max and Charlie Carver. Additionally, the network, along with MTV2, MTV News, and MTV Geek, will be on the ground at Petco Park, home of the San Diego Padres, for the first-ever “MTV2 Party in the Park.” Open to all Comic-Con badge holders, the July 18 event celebrating the die-hard fans in attendance at Comic-Con will feature live music performances, free food, and drinks and the taping of “Guy Code Honors,” a
On a more positive front, the "Powers" TV series still seems to be climbing its way toward reality, as Brian Michael Bendis teased Twitter about his casting tapes once again. This morning's rundown boasts that update, some Ninjak dismay from Kurt Busiek and more absolutely incredible Jim Lee artwork. Brace yourself and check it out after the jump.
I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is the Twitter Report for May 11, 2011.
@KurtBusiek Bah. Just found out Robin Shou wanted to make a Ninjak movie out of my version of the character. Woulda been awesome.
-Kurt Busiek, Writer ("Astro City," "Avengers")
@Brianmbendis night 2 of powers tv audition tapes. i discovered i'm the
The feed brought speculation about what's to come in 2011 as well. Bryan Lee O'Malley got a little snarky about "X-Men: First Class," Robert Kirkman expects great things from "The Walking Dead" in Season 2. Find out why and what Brian Michael Bendis had to say to "Internet babies" down below.
I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is your Twitter Report for April 20, 2011.
@RobertKirkman If Greg Nicotero was emailing you the jpegs he's emailing me almost daily, you'd be 10,000 times more excited for @WalkingDead_AMC season 2.
-Robert Kirkman, Writer ("The Walking Dead," "Invincible")
Elisabeth Sladen pt.
Over the next three days, we'll roll out our Best Of 2010 selections, starting with today's list of the best comic books, webcomics, graphic novels, and story arcs of 2010. Keep it locked to Splash Page throughout the rest of the year for more of our Best Of 2010 lists, as well as everything else that carved out a place for itself on our bookshelves, display cases, office desks, and news cycle throughout the year.
Best Of 2010: Comics
Best New Series
"Morning Glories" by Nick Spencer and Joe Eisma (Image Comics)
School is hard enough without brutally murdered parents, ruthless faculty members and stunning betrayals, but we can't thank Nick Spencer and Joe
Wednesday – July 21
Not much real horror here, but if you're into anime (and sushi), this is the night for you!
Marriott Hotel and Marina:
Anime introduces its new big room with four screenings, plus a sushi and pizza meet and greet! Located in the Marriott Hall, the Anime rooms are 4, 5, and 6, with Wednesday night's screenings taking place in Room 4; the party is in the Marriott Hall foyer starting at 7:00 Pm.
The Films Department will screen three big movies starting at 6:00 pm in Marriott Hall 2, which will be the home for the Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival on Thursday through Sunday.
6:00-9:00 Special Sneak Peek Pilot
There was some truly momentous tweeting going on in the world of webcomics this morning as Rene Engström's cartoony relationship comic "Anders Loves Maria" came to an end, and it's worth checking out from the beginning. Much like LeVar Burton, you don't have to take my word for it, though. Bryan Lee O'Malley's a fan as well. You can find his contemplation of the comic's end, as well as Stan Lee's fears about his "Thor" cameo and Jason Aaron's plans for his Wolverine writing this year.
It's all in the Twitter Report for February 5, 2010.
@GeoffJohns0 Tomorrow I'm going to a screening at Warner Brothers of Absolute Justice.
That applies to the comic book industry as much as anywhere else, so I surveyed a wide range of creators in and around the comics scene to find out what has them most excited for 2010, and if they had any resolutions (comics-related or otherwise) for the coming year.
Their responses ranged from eager anticipation of buzz-friendly video games and movies to a distinct avoidance of anything with too much hype — so read on for the full breakdown of which projects and plans are foremost on creators' minds as we begin 2010.
MTV: Which comics, movies, games, music or any other types of projects arriving in 2010 are you looking forward to the most?
Aside from "Bioshock 2," I got nothing.
"Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2" launches this week, and quite a few comics folks seem to have gotten their hands on advance copies. At least one got in to the launch party last night as well. Find out who that was after the jump along with a pair of "Doctor Who" posts, a Bryan Lee O'Malley prediction for "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World" and a new Elvis discovery by Chris Staros.
It's all in the Twitter Report for November 9, 2009.
@mattfraction also Mad Men gave me a weird mixture of nostalgia and Ptsd. what a great episode, season, show,
Amid the other Emmy and NFL tweets that flew around Sunday, Jock updated on his "Judge Dredd" work and "Losers" set visit plans, adding that he's going to be drawing Jeffrey Dean Morgan for a charity event. Elsewhere, Jimmy Palmiotti called for a moratorium on vampire-genre tales, and Chris Staros lavished praise on the Windy City Comicon show in Chicago.
Check out all of those posts, as well as memorial note from Joe Quesada and which "Losers" creator had a meeting with Marvel today. It's in the Twitter Report for
Fangoria will be there reporting on the action live from the show floor, with constant updates on all the genre panels, announcements, and more - bringing all the latest Sdcc '09 Horror News direct to you right here on Fangoria.com
For those of you planning to attend the 100% Sold-out show, here's a look at what to expect for genre programming on Saturday, July 25th, 2009.
10:00-11:00 Idw: Angel on the Rise— With L.A. back from Hell, what's next for Idw's Angel comics? Fans of the show and the tall, dark, and brooding fangster can find out who's still fighting, who's been eaten, and what sinister forces are still to come during this panel featuring Juliet Landau (Angel writer/actress), Brian Lynch (Angel: After the Fall
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