October 18, 2013 by Brian Pate
Filed under Animation, California, Comic Books, Comic-Con International, Convention News, Florida, Georgia, Horror, Michigan, New York, New York Comic Con, Television, Top Stories
Animate Miami and The Walking Dead get documentaries, SDCC gets a convention expansion, Superman gets a 75th anniversary short, and what do you get? A whole lot more in this week’s Scene on the Web.
Tom Hiddleston provides us with an interpretation of Owen Wilson as Loki, the “Telekinetic Coffee Shop Surprise” leaves patrons in shock, Hulk Hogan has a message for the fans at New York Comic Con, and we get a look at the “Cosplay of the DC Multiverse” from Dragon Con.
APE and NYCC are both gearing up, Comic-Con International re-ups their trademark for Los Angeles Comic Con, Wonder Woman gets a live action fan-film trailer, and more.
Marvel rolls out lots of teasers for New York Comic Con announcements, Thor: The Dark World gets some new character posters, and The Avengers: Age of Ultron movie teaser from SDCC finally goes public.
The cast of The Walking Dead are headed to New York Comic Con, Lady Sif gets a poster, and the costume party that is Dragon Con continues via video in this edition of Scene on the Web.
A brief Scene on the Web this week, but NYCC adds Gillian Anderson and John Romita, Jr., Harry Potter gets a spin-off movie, and we round up some great Dragon Con videos for you including the JLA taking on the Avengers!
New York Comic Con adds George Perez, Florida Supercon adds a ton of comic guests, Robocop gets a trailer, and lots more in the latest Scene on the Web Weekly.
Florida Supercon adds John Romita Sr. and Tom DeFalco, New York Comic Con adds Ryan North and Kate Beaton, and Wizard World Chicago Comic Con and D23 Expo wrap up.
Emerald City Comicon gets Stephen Amell, NYCC gets JMS (and lots more), Wizard World Chicago starts, and Boston Comic Con wraps up.
The Tampa Bay Comic Con adds Jason Momoa, the New York Comic Con adds Greg Capullo, and Star Wars Celebration plans a trip to Anaheim in 2015. All this and more in the latest Scene on the Web Weekly.