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‘Batwoman’: 5 Questions We Want Answered at SDCC 2019

With Batwoman and San Diego Comic Con here we have plenty of questions about Kate Kane, Batman, and that epic looking OTP teased in the trailer! 1. Can Ruby Rose really pull this off? Not going to lie, I have…

9 Women Centric Panels You Should Attend During SDCC 2019

In an effort to keep you informed about the women oriented content available at San Diego Comic Con 2019, here are 9 panels that you should check out, bring a friend to, and enjoy when the epic convention finally gets…

9 LGBTQ+ Panels to Check Out at San Diego Comic Con 2019

In an effort to build a space for queer people like myself, every Tuesday I’ll be posting opinion pieces, listicals, reviews, and more focused on the LGBT community (and occasionally about the Latinx/WOC community since I am Latinx.) Welcome to…

Be A Hero At SDCC – No Capes Or Masks Required

The panel schedule for this year’s San Diego Comic-Con is now live. While you strategize to snag the best seats or find the best exclusives, please consider making a little time to become a hero yourself by giving blood at…

Her Universe Fashion Show Returns to SDCC 2019 to Celebrate “The Power of Fashion”

The Her Universe Fashion Show is returning to San Diego Comic Con for it’s 6th year and we couldn’t be more excited! The critically acclaimed show is one of the must-see events at SDCC and is a showcase of the…

San Diego Comic-Con President John Rogers Dies

Comic-Con International today announced the death of its longtime president, John Rogers. The announcement was posted on Twitter and on the Comic-con website just hours after badge sales closed for the 2019 event. The announcement reads: “It is with profound…

‘The Walking Dead’ SDCC Interview: Rick Grimes is Going to Die Sooner Than Expected

We’re gonna be honest with you, ok? You deserve that. We all deserve that after watching The Walking Dead for 8 years. After San Diego Comic Con, after The Walking Dead conference and panel, we’re pretty sure Rick Grimes is…

‘Wynonna Earp’ SDCC Interview: Melanie Scrofano Talks Mama Earp and Keeping Secrets from Waverly

*Note: This interview was taken pre-episode 2 of season 3 of Wynonna Earp. RIP. (Was going to put the name but what if someone hasn’t seen episode 2 yet?) Wynonna Earp continues to be the little show that could with…

‘Doctor Who’ SDCC Press Room: Producers and Cast Talk Parity, Diversity, And Brand New Adventures!

The next time the Doctor graces our screens —television, computers or otherwise— he’ll look quite different from what we’ve been accustomed to for the past decades. He will no longer be, by our human standards, a man. But of course,…

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ SDCC Interview: Nick Zano and Phil Klemmer Talk Nate’s Journey

Season 4 of Legends of Tomorrow is going to introduce a few new wrinkles to the show. As we talked to show-runner Phil Klemmer and Nick Zano, who plays Nate Heywood, a few things were brought up during the chat.…

‘Legacies’ SDCC Interview: Julie Plec, Danielle Russell, and Matthew Davis Talk Spin-Off

Legacies gives us hope that we don’t have to say goodbye to the world of The Vampire Diaries or The Originals anytime soon, especially after last nights series finale for the latter. But even though it’s a spin-off and even…

‘The Flash’ SDCC Interview: Carlos Valdes & Tom Cavanagh Deliver 'Solid-Gold Entertainment'

One of my favorite relationships on The Flash is whatever dynamic that Carlos Valdes and Tom Cavanagh are bringing to life. They have such an organic and compelling chemistry that just draws you in. Whether that’s on The Flash or…

‘The Flash’ SDCC Interview: Danielle Nicolet Talks Exploring Cecile Balancing Motherhood and Work

Perhaps one of the more pleasant surprises on The Flash last season was the integration of Cecile Horton into Team Flash. No longer was she the District Attorney that Team Flash had to keep tight-lipped around, she became a part…

‘Wynonna Earp’ SDCC Interview: Executive Producer Emily Andras and Creator Beau Smith Talk Season 3 and Love for the Fans

*Note: These interviews were taken before Episode 302- “When You Call My Name” aired. As a show goes into it’s third season, there is always a sense that even with the people working on the show that buzz and excitement…

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ SDCC Interview: Maisie Richardson-Sellers Teases Her New Role on The Show

At the end of Season 3, Amaya said goodbye to the Legends and went back to her own time to make sure her family lineage remained on track. For a lot of fans, this seemed like it was the end…

‘The Flash’ SDCC Interview: Hartley Sawyer Talks ‘The Redemption of Ralph Dibny’

Last season, The Flash introduced the character of Ralph Dibny, whose crude and selfish demeanor didn’t sit well with a lot of fans. Most of the season found Ralph playing a reluctant wannabe hero equipped with misogynistic and selfish comments…

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ SDCC Interview: Dominic Purcell and Keto Shimizu Talk Differences between Legends and other Arrowverse shows & Constantine’s Arrival

At San Diego Comic-Con the cast and creators of Legends of Tomorrow spoke to the press in anticipation of Season Four, premiering in late October. Executive Producer Keto Shimizu and actor Dominic Purcell said the show has carved its own…

'Arrow’ SDCC Interview: Rick Gonzalez Discusses Rene's Redemption Through His Daughter in Season 7

When Oliver Queen outted himself as the Green Arrow in Arrow’s season 6 finale, he wasn’t the only one affected. With Oliver’s associations to Felicity, Diggle, Curtis, Dinah, and Rene out there, Team Arrow has to be even more careful.…

‘Black Lightning’ SDCC Interview: Nafessa Williams On What’s Next for Anissa

Nafessa Williams’ portrayal of the superhero Thunder is a win for comic book lovers, but it’s more like snagging a championship for those who rarely get to see people who look, speak, and lead lives similar to theirs on the…

‘A Discovery of Witches’ SDCC Interview: The Cast Talks Magic, Lesbians, and Book Adaptations

We got a chance to speak with the cast and crew of Sky One’s A Discovery of Witches at San Diego Comic Con and they’ve got a lot to say about the exciting, romantic (yes, romantic), and adventurous story based…

‘Supergirl’ SDCC Interview: EPs Jessica Queller & Robert Rovner Discuss TV’s First Transgender Superhero, Nia Nal

Supergirl has always been a show about representation. It’s never shied away from introducing characters that are representative of the society we live in – even when those characters are human or alien. Supergirl is making history in its fourth…