VOTE FOR THE ALL ACCESS GAME CHANGER OF THE YEAR 2015Spike's Comic-Con All Access
is back with a VIP pass to all of the big news and big names at Comic-Con International: San Diego! It's all about bringing the Con experience to you, the fans, so we're opening the polls once again for the All Access Game Changer of the Year.
Last year Bryan Fuller, executive producer and writer of the hit TV series 'Hannibal,' took home the award for creating a chilling, gruesome, yet beautiful crime thriller that's attracted a fan following as rabid as Dr. Lecter himself.
Groundbreakers in their own rights, this year's nominees range from an unlikely streaming-video hero to an Oscar-winning horror story queen, a clone bent on the truth, and a real-life comic book dynamic duo. The winner not only walks with the title but also the coveted trophy, specially designed by comic legend and toy maven Todd McFarlane!
Cast your vote and tune in for the big reveal on Monday, July 13 at 11/10c. There can only be one All Access Game Changer of the Year, and it's up to YOU to decide!Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, 'The Lego Movie'
-- Taking a beloved toy line and turning it into an even more beloved, star-studded animated film that's as much fun for big kids as it is for little ones.'Daredevil' --
Catapulting the Marvel Universe into the streaming age with a captivating Netflix series about The Man Without Fear, triggering a binge-watching frenzy among Daredevil fans old and new alike.Chris Pratt, 'Guardians of the Galaxy' and 'Jurassic World'
-- Transforming from a funny guy on TV into a buff action hero on the big screen, whether he's leading the Guardians or a pack of velociraptors.Tatiana Maslany, 'Orphan Black'
-- Masterfully portraying an ever-growing cast of cloned characters in one of the most talked-about and critically acclaimed sci-fi series in recent years.Matt Fraction and Kelly Sue DeConnick, 'Sex Criminals' and 'The Wicked + The Divine'
-- Making waves as a power couple with a big development deal that will take their and others' best-selling comic books to TV.Kathy Bates, 'American Horror Story'
-- Orchestrating a major return to the horror genre long after she first freaked out audiences in 'Misery,' and proving why she's still among Hollywood's very best.
Check out last year's Game Changer, Bryan Fuller, accepting his award: