A web comedy about a guy who was on “that show that got cancelled too soon” will be featured at Hall H at Comic-Con. Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion will be heading this very popular panel.
Whether you’re a good man or not, you can still book tickets to the premiere. Do join us, won’t you?
So it’s all over now. WonderCon 2013 ended with the super-fun Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog put on by none other than Whedonopolis. And I’m not just saying that because I got to hand out the grr-arghs and, ya know, write blogs for this site. I can’t help but get giddy when I sing along to Joss Whedon classics with hundreds of people.
But I’m getting ahead of myself, starting with the end. Let’s go back to where I left off, which is Saturday morning. Read more about WonderCon 2013: The WonderCon Experience- Day 2 & 3 …
Movie Theater Audiences will have Opportunity to Submit Questions to “The Big Bang Theory” Cast LIVE via Twitter
Even before Comic-Con officially began, San Diego was the center for a very special event honoring Star Wars and raising more than 100 thousand dollars for a good cause.
Guess ‘Who’ is coming to Comic-Con? All of the above, plus Steven Moffat, Caroline Skinner, and ‘Nerdist’ host Chris Hardwick.