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San Diego mayor's office responds to Orlando Bloom's claim that Faulconer left Comic-Con exhibit featuring immigrant characters

Cara Delevingne, Orlando Bloom, Travis Beacham speak at the "Carnival Row" Panel during 2019 Comic-Con International at San Diego Convention Center on July 19, 2019 in San Diego, California.

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Gallery: We Made PlayStation's Stars Look Old with FaceApp

GreyStation. Well, here it is folks, the article that you’ve all been waiting for. We’ve finally hit the absolute bottom of the barrel, and so we’re bringing you a gallery of PlayStation characters aged through the magic of FaceApp. Behold as we rob Nathan Drake of his youthful vigour, and turn Cloud Strife into a…

Faster than a speeding $1,000 bill: Comic-Con's frenzied market in used comics

Jamie Newbold, left, the owner of Southern California Comics, assists Michael Tacchia, right, from San Bernardino, at his booth, during the second day of the Comic-Con International Convention, at the San Diego Convention Center, July 19, 2019, in San Diego, California.

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Hands On: Detective Drama Blacksad Will Get Under Your Skin

Paws for thought. Unless you have a moustache and wear garlic in place of jewellery, we’re going to assume you’ve never heard of French graphic novel Blacksad. A favourite among furries, the dark detective series has spawned five volumes, and is actually the work of a couple of Spanish lads – proof, perhaps, that the…

San Diego mayor's office responds to Orlando Bloom's claim that Faulconer left Comic-Con exhibit featuring immigrant characters

Cara Delevingne, Orlando Bloom, Travis Beacham speak at the "Carnival Row" Panel during 2019 Comic-Con International at San Diego Convention Center on July 19, 2019 in San Diego, California.

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Gallery: We Made PlayStation's Stars Look Old with FaceApp

GreyStation. Well, here it is folks, the article that you’ve all been waiting for. We’ve finally hit the absolute bottom of the barrel, and so we’re bringing you a gallery of PlayStation characters aged through the magic of FaceApp. Behold as we rob Nathan Drake of his youthful vigour, and turn Cloud Strife into a crumpled mess. Read the full article on pushsquare.com http://www.pushsquare.com/news/2019/07/gallery_we_made_playstations_stars_look_old_with_faceapp

Faster than a speeding $1,000 bill: Comic-Con's frenzied market in used comics

Jamie Newbold, left, the owner of Southern California Comics, assists Michael Tacchia, right, from San Bernardino, at his booth, during the second day of the Comic-Con International Convention, at the San Diego Convention Center, July 19, 2019, in San Diego, California.

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Hands On: Detective Drama Blacksad Will Get Under Your Skin

Paws for thought. Unless you have a moustache and wear garlic in place of jewellery, we’re going to assume you’ve never heard of French graphic novel Blacksad. A favourite among furries, the dark detective series has spawned five volumes, and is actually the work of a couple of Spanish lads – proof, perhaps, that the European Union is still alive and kicking on the continent at least. Fittingly, the game…

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Talking Point: What Are You Playing This Weekend? – Issue 281

On the agenda. Congratulations if you made it through this swelteringly hot week – the next one is supposed to be even warmer. The good news is that you can always close the curtains, shut the world out, and sit back with some video games – and that’s exactly what we’ll be doing. Here’s what we’re playing. Stephen Tailby, Associate Editor This weekend could go one of two ways. Either…

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SDCC: ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Writers Almost Had Thanos Kill Captain America In the Past

The Russo Brothers and Avengers: Endgame screenwriters Markus & McFeely held a big Hall H panel yesterday in SDCC, where they celebrated the success of the movie and shared tidbits about their creative process. Among the many ideas they threw out during the development of both Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame, Thanos decapitating Captain America was one of them. Another #AvengersEndgame idea: Before traveling to 2023, Thanos from 2014 would…

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A Superman: Red Son Animated Movie is On the Way

A Superman: Red Son Animated Movie is On the Way It’s a maxim known to comics and superhero fans worldwide. Read more Source / Read More https://www.dccomics.com/blog/2019/07/19/a-superman-red-son-animated-movie-is-on-the-way

A Superman: Red Son Animated Movie is On the Way

A Superman: Red Son Animated Movie is On the Way It’s a maxim known to comics and superhero fans worldwide. Read more https://www.dccomics.com/blog/2019/07/19/a-superman-red-son-animated-movie-is-on-the-way

SDCC 2019: Take a Look at Stunning Artwork Revealed at DC’s Super-Powered YA Panel

SDCC 2019: Take a Look at Stunning Artwork Revealed at DC’s Super-Powered YA Panel At today’s Super-Powered YA: DC Graphic Novels For Your #TBR Pile panel at San Diego Comic-Con, DC gave fans the inside scoop on its new young adult graphic novels and revealed exciting first looks at upcoming titles debutin Read more Source / Read More https://www.dccomics.com/blog/2019/07/19/sdcc-2019-take-a-look-at-stunning-artwork-revealed-at-dc%E2%80%99s-super-powered-ya-panel

San Diego Comic-Con: 50 years

San Diego Comic-Con: 50 years         Source: https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/117152072-132.html

No badge? No problem at mostly free Comic-Con outdoor events

An acrobat from Ripley’s Believe it or Not! balances her body weight on the heads of two bottles Friday morning at the Petco Park Interactive Zone, one of several free outdoor no-badge-required activation areas related to San Diego Comic-Con 2019.

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Comic-Con 2019: Where the best superhero you can be is yourself

Comic-Con International Convention fans ride the escalator on the second day of the convention, July 19, 2019, at the San Diego Convention Center, in San Diego, California.

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SDCC 2019: CHRISTOPHER CANTWELL AND MARTN MORAZZOS SHE COULD FLY IN DEVELOPMENT AT AMC

Berger Books is proud to announce She Could Fly has been optioned for television development by AMC. Based on the comic series created by Christopher Cantwell and Martín Morazzo, She Could Fly marks the first property from the esteemed Berger Books line to be optioned for film or television.    She Could Fly tells the story of Luna, a disturbed 15-year-old girl who becomes obsessed with an unknown woman who appears in the Chicago sky flying at heights reaching 2,000 feet…. http://www.darkhorse.com/Blog/3007/sdcc-2019-christopher-cantwell-and-martin-morazzos

The faces of cosplay at Comic-Con 2019

Raymond Weijland of Rancho Cucamonga dressed as Spider-Man at Comic-Con International in San Diego on July 18, 2019.

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