Rogers & Cowan clients power through Comic-Con. In case you missed it, here’s a quick recap of this year’s panels and events:
Nat Wolff, along with his cast mates introduced Netflix’s Death Note to Comic -Con, with an exclusive first look at the brand new thriller movie, based on the famous Japanese manga written by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata.
John Bradley, who plays Samwell Tarly in HBO’s Emmy and Golden Globe-winning series Game of Thrones, sat with the rest of the cast for a Game of Thrones Panel and Q&A Session.
Alex Wolff treated attendees to the first public teaser of his new film, My Friend Dahmer, a daring new film from the acclaimed graphic novel.
Gabrielle Anwar was announced as the new Evil Queen on ABC’s Once Upon A Time and gave attendees an inside look on what’s to come in the new season.
Letitia Wright along with the rest of the cast gave an early glimpse into the world of The Black Panther, an exciting new chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Karl Urban discussed his character Skurge in the third installment of Thor: Ragnarok, alongside his cast mates, showing off the official trailer at the Marvel Studios Panel.
After over a year since the Adult Swim show aired, Stoopid Buddy Studios returned to Comic-Con to reveal an exclusive sneak preview of the upcoming season of Robot Chicken with parodies of Westworld, Mad Max: Fury Road, and Star Wars.
Stoopid Buddy Stoodios also joined forces with Netflix and American Greetings to discuss the stop-motion animated series, Buddy Thunderstruck, along with the cast and crew, and introduced a new interactive adventure that lets viewers decide where to take them next.
Atom Tickets celebrated the launch of IMDb ticketing powered by Atom Tickets, with the return of the IMDboat party hosted by writer/director/podcaster Kevin Smith over 3 days of original celebrity video interviews and other exclusive convention coverage.
IMDb, the #1 movie website in the world and Atom Tickets, the cutting-edge movie ticketing platform, launched IMDb Ticketing Powered by Atom Tickets, where fans in the U.S. and Canada can conveniently purchase movie tickets on IMDb.com. The new platform offers fans the most convenient way to plan a night out at the movies. With this new service, fans can login and pay via their Amazon account, browse show times for movies in their area and skip the lines by purchasing tickets and pre-ordering concessions.
The Transformers panel got collectors excited as the team provided an exclusive glimpse of the latest and greatest toys that have yet to hit shelves from the Transformers: Generations Power of the Primes product line. Fans were also given the chance to go behind the scenes of the Transformers: The Last Knight film line, as well as the movie Masterpiece Collection.
This year, Magic: The Gathering fans were treated to a series of high profile autograph sessions at the Hasbro Booth with game designer James Wyatt, head designer Mark Rosewater, and artists Tyler Jacobson and Brandon Holt. The exclusive also included six Planeswalker cards with artwork from Vincent Proce.
Rosewater also appeared at a one-man panel in which he re-created his popular blog about Magic: The Gathering, “Blogatog”, and participated in an audience Q&A.
The My Little Pony brand returned to Comic-Con this year with extra special activities for every pony as Hasbro anticipates the exciting premiere of My Little Pony: The Movie, which will be released by Lionsgate on October 6th. Making her premiere at the Hasbro booth was a dazzling eight-foot tall statue of Songbird Serenade; fans were close to the new character, voiced by singer-songwriter Sia in My Little Pony: The Movie.
Fans also dived into Seaquestria with a one-of-a-kind photo opportunity to get “Ponified” at the Hasbro booth at special “Ponification Stations” where make-up artists applied Cutie Marks and “ponified” hair and nails for fans of all ages.
Other exciting My Little Pony brand booth activities included giveaways each day, nail art demos featuring China Glaze’s new My Little Pony nail polish collection, autograph signings with voice talent, Little Brown authors and Enjoi Skateboarding artists, a live drawing session with IDW artists, and more.