One day down, another to go. The first day of this year’s San Diego Comic-Con had plenty to show from The Witcher series, Marvel news, and Patrick Stewart returning to Star Trek. Day two is just as hefty of delicious nerdy announcements and trailers.
Mayans M.C. Season 2
The spin-off of Sons of Anarchy got a trailer for its second season. It will premier Sept. 3 on FX.
Brandon Routh Wears the Red Cape Again
Brandon Routh from Superman Returns will star as the iconic DC hero in an epic crossover event titled Crisis on Infinite Earths. The CW exclusive will bring together its TV heroes like Flash (Grant Gustin), Supergirl (Melissa Benoist), Batwoman (Ruby Rose), and Arrow (Stephen Amell).
Snowpiercer TV Show
Entertainment Weekly exclusively got photos from the upcoming Snowpiercer TV series that will start its engines sometime next year.
The show will set seven years after the apocalyptic events that set any survivor onto the endless running train. The prequel does not have a lot of information but will give fans of the film a taste for what happened before those events with Curtis’ (Chris Evans) rebellion.
Veronica Mars Revival
Hulu’s revival of Veronica Mars dropped during the panel, a whole week early.
The rebooted series initially ended in 2007, but now fans get the development and ending they have been craving.
Earth’s Mightiest Heroes Crash Hall H
Stars from the MCU, Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Paul Rudd, Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Tom Holland, and Chadwick Boseman came on stage during the Russo Brothers’ panel. The actors thanked the fans and had some fun banter with the directors of Infinity War and Endgame.
DuckTales Beloved Characters Return
During a panel and poster, the DuckTales return shows plenty of fan favorites will make an appearance in upcoming episodes. Goofy, Daisy Duck, and more will appear. Including the characters, Lin-Manuel Miranda came up on stage as a surprise for fans.
Fear the Walking Dead Season Six
An announcement for the sixth season of Fear the Walking Dead was made. To continue the excitement, a trailer for the second half of season five also dropped. The fifth season will start back up Aug. 11.
The Walking Dead Season 10
AMC’s zombie series has some major names leaving with the trailer for season 10. Danai Gurira who played the sword-wielding Michonne will depart from the series. In her replacement, Thora Birch (American Beauty and Hocus Pocus) and Kevin Carroll (Snowfall and Velvet Buzzsaw) will enter the apocalyptic world.
Steven Universe Movie
Director Rebecca Sugar showed the first trailer for the upcoming movie along with performing a song with some of the cast. The TV movie will air Sept. 2 on Cartoon Network.
The Witcher Trailer
The first day of SDCC had some information on the upcoming Netflix series The Witcher with Henry Cavill. Now the first trailer shows off what this world will look like in motion as Cavill, a fan of the books and video games, gets to play the leading role as Geralt.
Mehcad Brooks leaves Supergirl
Halfway through season five, Supergirl will lose one of her closest companions, James Olsen (Mehcad Brooks).
The Boys Season 2
Ahead of its July 26 debut, The Boys, Amazon’s adult satirical take on superheroes, got renewed for another season. The show will be available on Amazon Prime Video.
Rick and Morty Season 4 Has a Special Guest
The highly anticipated season four of Rick and Morty got its first clip. The brief look features Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi. No word yet on a release date for the Adult Swim sci-fi cartoon, but after two years since the last season, it can come at any time.
Returning for season 11, the FX spy comedy Archer will come back to its roots. Taking place after Sterling Archer’s (H. John Benjamin) three-year coma.
The Award Goes to…Mark Hamill
During the panel for The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, the upcoming Netflix original that takes place before Jim Henson’s original 1982 film The Dark Crystal, Mark Hamill was presented an award. This was the 2019 Comic-Con Icon Award which is selected to “an individual or group who’s been instrumental in creating greater awareness of and appreciation for comics and related popular art forms.”
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