Cartoon Network’s Teen Titans Go! held a panel during this year’s San Diego Comic Con with Executive Producers Michael Jelenic and Aaron Horvath as well as cast members Scott Menville (Robin), Khary Payton (Cyborg) and Greg Cipes (Beast Boy). The panel began with the cast members singing songs from the show and went into discussion on upcoming episodes of the show.
At the Warner Brothers Panel for this Year’s San Diego Comic Con, wrapped up with their most anticipated projects, Justice League and Aquaman. The panel, moderated by Chris Hardwick, began with a sizzle real of footage followed by logo reveals for Shazam, Suicide Squad 2, The Batman, Justice League Dark, Batgirl, Green Lantern Corps, Flash (which then led to a Flashpoint logo) and Wonder Woman 2.
Marvel brought it’s upcoming “event” TV series Inhumans to Comic-Con this year with a panel featuring the cast, and debuted a new trailer for the series which will premiere in IMAX theatres before being presented weekly on ABC. You can check out the new trailer below followed by our rundown of some of the most noteworthy aspects of the SDCC panel.
While American Horror Story didn’t hold a panel at this year’s SDCC, they did have an event outside of the convention where they revealed the trailer for the new season. The trailer was shown via a water projection on the marina outside the convention center in San Diego, and has since been released online. You can check out the trailer below which features some rather creepy clowns.
Fox brought it’s successful FX X-Men series Legion to Comic Con this year with a panel featuring the show creator/executive producer/writer/director Noah Hawley, executive producer John Cameron, X-Men producer Lauren Schuler Donner, the head of Marvel TV Jeff Loeb and cast members Dan Stevens, Aubrey Plaza, Jeremie Harris, Rachel Keller, Bill Irwin, Jean Smart and Amber Midthunder. The panel began with a clip from the 7th episode of the first season and announcement that the new season would consist of 10 episodes as opposed to the first season’s 8.
At the end of the panel for FX’s X-Men TV show Legion, creator Noah Hawley ended the
panel was an announcement that he was developing a Doctor Doom film for Fox. Since then there’s been reports that Hawley plans to write and direct the film. Considering the lack of news, and no planned panels for Fox’s Fantastic Four and X-Men franchises at this year’s Comic-Con, this is a pretty big announcement.
The Netflix panel began with the upcoming film Death Note. An adaptation of the popular manga and anime series. Overall the Death Note portion of the panel was rather short was only a few comments from the cast and crew.