Another San Diego Comic-Con has come and gone. This means that Den of Geek staffers might finally get some sleep this week.
Not everyone gets to spend a few days in San Diego to watch this all unfold live, and not everyone feels the need to live at their computer while it’s all happening. That’s why we’ve created this handy guide to all of the biggest stories that came out of SDCC 2016. Keep in mind, we’re still updating this, as we have an awful lot of transcribing to do, but this is what our tired brains have for you right now.
Click the headlines to get taken to full, detailed articles! Enjoy!
Biggest Comics Stories From SDCC 2016
The biggest night in the industry, and the flagship event of SDCC, announced the best of the best in the comics industry.
And it has an absolutely amazing creative team.
So, ummmm…the screening of the Batman: The Killing Joke movie didn’t exactly go over very well.
Biggest Movie Stories From SDCC 2016
Seriously, Luc Besson’s sci-fi epic looks brilliant!
We think they’re going to need a bigger helicopter.
And you know what? It’s pretty darn cool.
You think Ben Affleck has a monopoly on the Bat-voice?
This looks like a real breath of fresh air.
The biggest surprise? The Walking Dead‘s Danai Gurira is on board!
We finally know who’s playing Carol Danvers!
The Vulture will annoy Spidey next summer. We’ve got some more details, too.
Kurt Russell is Peter Quill’s Dad… but Peter Quill’s Dad isn’t who you would expect.
It’s time for more Inception-esque weirdness with Benedict Cumberbatch and Tilda Swinton.
We saw a little test footage, and learned about the villains!
It’s safe to say that this search for overly abundant animated critters could give Pokémon Go a run for its money.
Here is a movie about pulling a sword from a stone. Hopefully, the well worn myth won’t need a fork stuck in it.
Biggest TV Stories From SDCC 2016
This really looks like the spirit of Star Trek is back in a big way.
Speaking of space opera, this is the best one currently on TV.
Gabriel Luna will play the Robbie Reyes version of the Spirit of Vengeance, and that’s only a little of what we learned at SDCC.
Toby Jones will play a classic Sherlock Holmes villain this time around, and we even got a hint of a fifth season.
With story ideas like like this, no wonder she was passing out shots of vodka with the rest of the Game of Thrones panel!
With any luck, Miguel Sapochnik will be directing every episode of the final season. Hey, it worked for True Detective!
After “Hold the Door,” it’s safe to say that whatever story beats Martin gave them they MUST use!
And they teased what’s coming, too!
It’s our favorite show. It’s probably yours, too.— Daredevil (@Daredevil) July 22, 2016
As if there was ever any doubt. The first teaser was revealed during the Luke Cage panel at San Diego Comic-Con.
Speaking of which…
There are so many layers of amazing to this, and that’s not even counting the ODB song.
Poor Danny Rand has had a tough life.
Huge bonus points for appropriate use of a Nirvana song.
The best thing about this is that you’d never know it’s an X-Men series.
Hey Negan fans! You’re in luck next year.
It looks like Starz has done Neil Gaiman’s best prose work serious justice.
Of course, there will be more villains.
We have a pretty good idea of who it is, and let’s just say Ash’s family is about to get a whole lot more dysfunctional.
We were able to get Lucy Lawless and Rob Tapert to at least confirm there will be some portals opening up in season 2 while talking about Army of Darkness references!
Works for us!
Forget those lousy movies, this new Transformers animated series is the real deal.
This might be our favorite news out of the whole weekend.
Oliver is training new vigilantes this season, it seems.
There will be so many new characters and even a team of supervillains!
Lots of big changes are coming for Barry Allen and friends this season.
Maybe this will win back some fans.
Thank goodness this is only a TV show. It’s not like fascists could ever take power in America, right? Oh, wait.
The showrunner may have stepped aside to focus on other project, but his wishes are still being met during production for High Castle season 2.
Can Afterlife With Archie be far behind?
… And it’s pretty hilarious!
All you SJWs, who were hoping for PC Principal’s return in season 20, I call PC on you! Woo woo!
South Park took on Pokemon back in the late ’90s, but it won’t go there again for season 20.
Let’s just say they plan to continue to give viewers more bite.
It’s for the webseries Con Man, yet we would be more than happy to wait in line for “I’m with Stupid!”