The San Diego Comic Con just concluded over the weekend, and while this year didn’t see as much in the way of massive announcements and reveals, there was still plenty for geeks to drool over.

We’ve collected some of the more noteworthy stuff to make their debut at SDCC, starting with some posters. My favourite of the bunch has to be the “Wonder Woman” teaser poster, though the one of “The Lego Batman Movie” is so charming it might actually end up on my wall at some point. Am also digging the Art Deco feel of the “Fantastic Beasts” poster. Guy Ritchie’s “King Arthur” reimagining on the other hand looks like crap, and even the film’s renaming (“Legend Of The Sword”) feels weak and uninspired.

WW SDCC poster

LegoBatman SDCC poster

Fantastic-Beasts SDCC poster

Arthur SDCC poster

Kong SDCC poster

KickboxerVengeance SDCC poster

Oh, and here’s some various Marvel tidbits. “Thor: Ragnarok” showed off a new logo that got people smiling at how retro it looks. A clear homage to “Heavy Metal” and Atari here. Speaking of logos, the studio itself underwent a re-branding exercise, debuting an updated logo, complete with fanfare music composed by Michael Giacchino (Pixar’s “Inside Out”).

Everyone in Hall H was given a free baseball cap bearing the new logo. Which you can see below, being worn by Brie Larson, aka the newly-announced Captain Marvel. Nice cap, awesome news, and a very flattering shot of the Oscar-winning actress.

Thor Ragnarok logo

BrieCaptMarvel Tweet



  1. Zazapogo

    26th July 2016 @ 12:46 am

    Brie Larson looks sexy as fark man. Funny what winning an Oscar does for your image.

  2. Wai

    27th July 2016 @ 7:12 am

    Zazapogo: She does seem to have gotten hotter lately. I remember her in “21 Jump Street”, she was still carrying a bit of baby fat. Not that that’s unattractive in itself.

Leave A Reply

By submitting a comment you grant a perpetual license to reproduce your words and name/web site in attribution. Inappropriate and irrelevant comments will be removed at an admin’s discretion. Your email is used for verification purposes only, it will never be shared.