Another Comic-Con has come to a close, after four days of bright lights, big news, and sublime cosplay. There were some amazing moments—and some that flopped, and flopped hard. Here’s our list of the biggest winners of San Diego Comic-Con 2016, and its biggest losers, too.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the world’s most notable hedgehog, Honda showed a Sonic the Hedgehog-themed Civic at Comic-Con this year. But what people may not realize is the Sonic-Civic was actually just the latest in a long-running series of video game-themed cars to be shown at Comic-Con. And not all of them…
Take a deep breath before you realize that Sonic the Hedgehog turns 25 years old this year, and then let out a sigh of content when you see the cute Honda Civic adorned in a Sonic scheme for the San Diego Comic-Con. With Sonic on the back, it looks ready as ever to rev up and go for some golden rings.
San Diego Comic-Con is just around the corner, which not only means we’re about to get tantalizing looks at next summer’s blockbuster films, but also a mountain of exclusive toys and collectibles. The convention hasn’t even started yet, but Hot Wheels might have already won the whole thing with this exclusive 1964…
Big, big news for Star Wars toy fans—Hasbro has announced a slew of Star Wars toys including some cool announcements that are coming to destroy your wallet. We’ve gathered all the news for you to see, including an up-close video of the incredible new Force Awakens TIE Fighter!
Can’t join the hundreds of thousands of men, women and children dressed up as their favorite characters at San Diego Comic-Con? We’ve got the next best thing. It’s a video of the best of the floor from preview night 2015.
Comic-Con 2014 was chock full of amazing costumes, cool art, mind-blowing TV pilots and fascinating encounters. Because even a weak Comic-Con is better than most other events. Here's our complete roundup of all the most incredible things we saw last weekend.
The San Diego Comic-Con floor can be both a sensory delight and an overload of color, light, and swirling brand names. To help you cut through the pop culture fog, we've collected the sights you won't want to miss this week inside the exhibition hall.
Here's the first picture of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles "Pizza Thrower" truck on its way to Comic-Con where attendees will be able to shoot pizzas (albeit faux to avoid food waste) at targets like Shredder and The Foot Clan. You'd hardly recognize a 2002 Toyota Tacoma under there, right?
Last weekend, Comic Con descended on Gotham - er, New York City, bringing with it all manner of cosplay, comics, art, toys and a heinously-awful smell that got worse as the day progressed.
Penned by comic book artist and DC Entertainment Co-Publisher Jim Lee, this is the eighth and final custom comic-themed Kia built, all of which will be on display throughout Comic-Con at the Interactive Zone at Petco Park.
San Diego got zombie-proofed today. The creator of The Walking Dead, Robert Kirkman, unveiled his one-off Zombie Survival Machine at Comic Con to celebrate the 100th issue of his comic. If we don't mass-produce this thing the zombies will kill us all.
Just because Nicolas Cage is still playing damned stuntman Johnny Blaze in the new Ghost Rider movie doesn't mean that we should expect the family-friendly character from the first film. We've seen a Ghost Rider who's more demon than superhero.
Here at the San Diego Comic Con, Chevy's revealed the 2010 Camaro Transformers Special Edition. Yes, for a mere $995, you can have your very own SS or LT robogasm with all sorts of stripes and badges. Gallery below.
TMZ's reporting Transformers star Shia LaBeouf faces misdemeanor DUI charges after he allegedly made an unsuccessful left turn in front of another car this morning at the corner of La Brea and Fountain in Hollywood. The Ford F-150 he was driving flipped with such force Spike Witwicky's real life counterpart sustained…
Sorry, we mean graphic novel series. Mazda is parterning with Top Cow Comics on a new series of colorful books that use more pictures than words to tell a story (what are they called again?). The series, dubbed "Revved" — a marketing vehicle dreamed up by LA's Spacedog agency — features a Mazda RX-8 in its plotline.…