Well, SPIKE was there first, people. Back at Comic-Con 2012, we exclusively unveiled the cover of the Dan Slott-penned landmark comic book "Amazing Spider-Man" #700. Due to the mind-blowing plot twists featured in the pages, fans are now up in arms about the content of the book as well as the future of Peter Parker and our favorite neighborhood...
Comic-Con 2012 starts July 12th. The Live Multi-Platform Event Airs on Spike TV on July 13 at 4:00pm ET/1:00pm PT. As usual, Spike.com will be hitting the floor every day to bring you the best and brightest from the show updated around the clock. Look out for tons of cool videos with the crazy cosplayers, interviews with the biggest stars, and all...
One of The Amazing Spider-Man's big villains has been arrested at Comic-Con, only this time it's not a drunken cosplayer in a Green Goblin throwing flaming pumpkins off the roof of the building in a drunken, geek-induced stupor.
Yesterday, I may have ribbed the marketing team behind the wildly anticipated Avengers flick for their teaser poster that only revealed the type font for the movie. I take it all back. The newest posters that hit the floor of Comic-Con today revealed two of the minor characters in action...and they kick major ass.
The Jurassic Park franchise is no longer a trilogy. It's a four-ilogy.
Gina Carano is an attractive, yet scary, woman. She's been on American Gladiators, she's been a leading force in women's MMA, she's a Muay Thai fighter...and now she's crossing over into action movies in a big way with the new Stephen Soderbergh film, Haywire.
The trailer for In Time, the new Justin Timberlake movie, just hit Comic-Con, and it's actually about the last thing you would have thought that kid with the white 'fro in *NSYNC would be in: a gritty action thriller about class warfare. About the only way it could be weirder is if it featured Britney Spears.
You may not realize this, but there's a lot of lost footage from the original Star Wars movies. George Lucas actually recut the entire first film with new effects before it was originally released, and trimmed away a lot of moments that fans have only heard rumors about. But now, we're getting a chance to see it.
We've been hearing about Drive, the car chase movie with the amazing cast, for months. First we heard everybody's favorite Mad Men cast member, Christina Hendricks, had signed on. Then we heard director Nicolas Winding Refn, who made the badass Bronson was directing. Then it actually won best director at the Cannes Film Festival, which means this...
Have you ever wanted to go to South Park? Were you disappointed when you got to the real South Park, Colorado and realized the town wasn't inhabited by transgendered school teachers, bloodthirsty mutant turkeys, and Tina Yothers? This year's Comic-Con may be able to make up for having to voluntarily visit rural Colorado.