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Beowulf lives once more

Santiago García and David Rubín team up to put a fresh—and wholly blood-soaked—spin on the violent and savage tale of BEOWULF in a new English translation of the 1,000-year-old myth. It will be collected in a lush, full-color hardcover this December from Image Comics.

The story of Beowulf has inspired an enduring epic poem, become a foundational piece of English literature, and influenced countless great works of fiction in numerous mediums. Now, it’s getting an entirely unique new graphic treatment—packed to the brim with enough brutality and gore to satisfy even the most Viking of sensibilities.

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SVCC17 Guest Announcement: The Walking Dead’s Steven Yeun

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Fresh off the devastating Season 7 premiere of “The Walking Dead,” Steven Yeun (Glenn Rhee) will [SPOILER ALERT] make his first post-TWD appearance at Silicon Valley Comic Con. Steve Wozniak’s pop culture and technology expo will take place April 21-23, 2017 in downtown San Jose. Pairing science with fiction, Silicon Valley Comic Con aims to inspire and entertain with celebrity appearances, science/tech discussions, film and TV screenings, panels with award-winning authors and artists, cosplay contests and more.
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Back in action

Wow, you guys are still here? I figured it’d be a ghost town by now. Thanks for sticking around! Life got extraordinarily busy with the end of one school year and the start of another, but now that it’s all sorted out I’m back to covering comics, conventions, cinema and more. Let’s get started!


SDCC 2016: Fxhibition Highlights

Photo Credit: Getty Images for FX


SDCC 2016: Zombies set to invade Jack in the Box

Comic-Con is set to be overrun by zombies and burgers this weekend…and it’s going to be AWESOME!

Hometown fast food chain Jack in the Box is partnering with The Walking Dead: Road to Survival, a brand new video game from the creators of AMC’s The Walking Dead, to create a zombified Jack in the Box experience for Comic-Con attendees to enjoy all weekend.

Details are below! We hope you’ll make time to stop by.


Details: In partnership with AMC’s The Walking Dead, Jack in the Box will have a 30’ x 30’ photo experience in which fans can have their photo taken with a zombified Jack in the Box employee. Also, be sure to stop by on July 21 when up-and-coming surfer Danny Berk is on-site Snapchatting on behalf of Jack in the Box. And don’t forget your appetite – Jack in the Box will be handing out 1,000 The Walking Dead-style coupons all weekend long that are good for free food at Jack in the Box.


WHEN: July 21-24


WHERE: Comic-Con Interactive Zone

58 N. 11th Ave

San Diego, CA 92113

(The lot is located on the corner of Park & Imperial across from Petco Park)


*Experience is free no tickets required


SDCC 2016:MTV Fandom Awards

SHIP OF THE YEAR: “Olicity” from “Arrow”
BEST NEW FANDOM:  “Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments”
BANDOM OF THE YEAR: 5 Seconds of Summer
BEST REVIVAL: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Animation, Conventions

SDCC 2016: Hey Arnold! The Jungle Movie

Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie will feature a storyline that picks up from where the original series ended in 2004 and will resolve unanswered questions and plotlines-including Arnold finally getting answers about the whereabouts of his missing parents. The movie is written and executive produced by the series’ original creator Craig Bartlett and produced by Nickelodeon Animation Studios in Burbank.


“In a world filled with hundreds of prequels and sequels, it’s very refreshing to see a new original Stan Lee creation that is unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. It’s been a dream come true working with Stan Lee and Michael Benaroya. Stan is the greatest story teller of all time and the billions of dollars his stories have generated at the box office is a testament to his genius. These days the big studios only care about already established film brands, while people like Michael care about art and entertainment, both new and old. I’ve spent years trying to secure financing for this project, and I’m very grateful to Michael Benaroya who is a true champion for writers, filmmakers and artists. NITRON is fascinating beyond anyone’s wildest imagination.” ~Keya Morgan