Just like E3, there is going to be a LOT of posts from the 2010 San Diego Comic Con. In order to make sure you don’t miss any of them, we are creating one post with links to every 2010 Comic Con post we publish. Now, go past the break and enjoy!
Everyone expected a Twilight panel at this year’s San Diego Comic Con since the turn out was so big for last year’s. But, The Unofficial San Diego Comic Con blog is reporting that Summit Entertainment isn’t bringing Twilight with them. Instead they will be bringing the cast from two other upcoming movies.
The first movie they are bringing is Red; an action/comedy starring an array of interesting actors and actresses. The panel will consist of stars Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren, Karl Urban. Mary Louise Parker, director Robert Schwentke, and Warren Ellis, the writer of the graphic novel in which the movie is based. Though the absence of stars Morgan Freemen and John Malkovich are a bit disappointing, any panel that includes Helen Mirren is an incredibly awesome panel. They will premiere a new trailer for the film and I expect an odd but highly amusing Q+A to follow.
The other flick that will have a panel is Drive Angry 3D. I haven’t heard anything about this film but stars Nicolas Cage, Amber Heard, William Fichtner and director Patrick Lussier will be at the panel to present the first clips in 3D. I’m not sure if Nic Cage is enough to make me attend, but it definitely goes a long way. Deadline reports that the film revolves around a “vengeful father who hunts down the people who killed his family.”
So, sorry Twi-hards. Guess you’re just going to have to wait until “dawn breaks.” (See what I did there?)
It’s coming. You can feel the stampede of geeks and nerds coming in from all across the globe. You can smell it in the air (ew). Comic Con is almost here. If you have you’re passes, you’ll be happy to know that Comic Con has published Thursday’s programming on their official site. Go take a gander now to see the large number of panels and events that will be taking place.
As of now, the general public and first time press pass holders like us have not seen the full Comic Con 2010 program. But, thanks to Comedy Central, that didn’t stop them from sending out their schedule.
“Once again Comedy Central will have a presence at the San Diego Comic-Con, the conference of all things great in the world of entertainment. This year Comedy Central will host panels for their new animated show Ugly Americans as well as a panel for the newly returned to TV Futurama. In addition to the panels, Comedy Central will cap things off Saturday night with the free comedy event, Comedy Central Live @ Comic-Con live from the House of Blues which will be hosted by comedian Pete Holmes (Ugly Americans).”
Go past the break to read the full Comedy Central Comic Con schedule.
Please note: if you have not seen seasons one or two of Black Lagoon, there will be spoilers below.
Starting with a recap of seasons one and two, the Black Lagoon – Season 3 World Premiere snared the audience with 5 minutes of laughs and tragedies. Okajima “Rock” Rokuro’s joining the crew, the emergence of Roberta, the vampire twins and Yukio’s dramatic suicide.
Diego Jose San Fernando Lovelace has risen to some degree of political clout since we last saw him. He has started a working man’s political party and their grand gala is taking place in the town plaza. A few government turn-c oats and US soldiers have conspired to take him out. With a carefully constructed plan, the combined forces plant a terrorist styled bomb on the stage and destroy everyone in the entire plaza, sans Roberta. Roberta, the gun fighting maid of the Lovelace family, storms off looking for revenge.
We catch up with the Lagoon Company on the streets of Roanapur City. There are rumblings around town that someone is hiding out there, yet no one knows details. Eventually, like they always do, people get around to contacting the Lagoon Company. As their phone rings off the hook for contracts related to this mystery, Revy lets the guys know that Roberta may have been spotted in town. To confirm their suspicions, Rock and Revy make their way to the Yellow Flag. At the bar, we see group after group of the city’s crime organizations plying for intel on the situation.
To get the lowdown on that chaos that ensued, read on… Read On
While browsing around the Bethesda booth, I noticed that one of my favorite actresses was also in the booth. I asked for a quick interview with her to find out which of the big 3’s press conference (Nintendo, Xbox, Playstation) she was most impressed with. Of course she had to be a little biased since her home is with Microsoft.
But it’s ok. At least she was fair and honest about it. Don’t forget, the fourth season of the hit web series, The Guild, will be out on July 13th. Watch the video interview past the break.
As you might already know, I am a huge evangelist for Gunnar Optiks. Every time someone asks me about my weird yellow tinted glasses, I explain what they do and how they actually work. For the first time at E3, I was invited into the Gunnar Optiks bus to talk with our good friend, Michael Polin, Marketing Manager for Gunnars.
In the bus, I asked something that was in my mind for a long time. Where are the clear CrystalLine lenses? Are they on sale yet? Listen to the answer in the video interview with Michael after the break.
A manufacturer and retailer of high-quality accessories for dedicated gamers, SteelSeries’ lineup of PC products includes everything from headsets and mice to software. Now they hope to enter the Xbox 360 market with the Spectrum 5XP, a high-quality headset designed for competitive gamers. Read On
As with every testosterone filled event, there are marketers that hire boobs to make you look at them and then their product. Of course, as a guy, its hard to not stare or glance. This year’s E3 seemed to have double the amount of booth babes than last year. Of course, most of them didn’t know a thing or two about video games in general. Because of this, we decided to do that booth babe video game trivia. But out of all of them, only 2 answered all the trivia questions correctly. So I would like to announce the hottest booth babes of this year’s E3 are Gina and AmbeMaybe(?). Apparently, they aren’t just some hired models. They are actually hired gamers.
For all the other booth babes from E3 2010, go past the break.
The dust has settled and I have finally fallen into a semi-regular routine again. E3 was sensory overload defined, and I am glad to be once again moving at a less than breakneck speed. Still the experience was amazing and I would do it again in a heartbeat. Hopefully you have been keeping up with our E3 coverage, and have been keeping up on all the post. Here are my personal Top 5 Things I saw at E3 200.
5) The Move
I am a skeptic when it comes to motion gaming. Rarely do I feel it works well enough for me to get my lazy rear end off the couch and wave my arms around for an hour or so. The main reason I usually don’t enjoy motion gaming is that usually I end up waving my arms any which way I feel, knowing that it does not really make much of a difference. However I got a chance to demo a couple of the upcoming Sony Move games and found them to be very responsive. Not so much with the Kinect. The Kinect might work out the wrinkles before the holidays, but as of now I am leaning towards the Move as my motion gaming choice.
Read the rest of the list past the break.