‘Supergirl’ SDCC Interview: Melissa Benoist & Sarah Schechter talk honoring Kara’s evolution with new suit

With a new season of Supergirl comes a new suit for Kara Danvers. Say goodbye to the skirt and hello to the pants. “Once you get a taste of the pants, there’s no going back,” Supergirl executive producer Sarah Schechter…

‘Arrow’ SDCC Interview: David Ramsey teases answers to these questions in Season 8

As Arrow gears up for its final 10-episode season, the cast took to the San Diego Comic-Con stage where they were meant with a well of emotion with the outpouring of love and support. Emotion that caught some of them…

‘The Flash’ SDCC Interview: Danielle Panabaker Promises Things Will Get Frostier in Season 6

Last season saw Caitlin and Killer Frost coming to terms with each other and their peculiar coexistence. This season, actress Danielle Panabaker promises the spotlight will focus more heavily on her frosty alter-ego. As Killer Frost takes charge, her relationships…

‘The Flash’ SDCC Interview: Eric Wallace Talks Crisis, Creativity, and Comic Book Lore in Season 6

With a new show-runner, Eric Wallace, at the helm, fans are understandably curious about the direction The Flash will take this year. Wallace is quick to put such fears to rest, promising, “Because I’m a comic guy, there’s going to…

‘Arrow’ SDCC Interview: Stephen Amell talks final season, influence over how Oliver’s journey ends

When Stephen Amell took to the Comic-Con stage for the final time for Arrow, he was met with praise and appreciation from his cast for everything he’s done for the superhero genre on television. There were cheers. There were tears. There…

‘The Flash’ SDCC Interview: Candice Patton Discusses Westallen’s Grief, Iris’s Journalism in Season 6

Iris West-Allen has had a rough few years of it, facing more than her fair share of grief and drama. Fans eager to see her return to a more lighthearted romance with Barry are unlikely to get their wish as…

Comic Con News Round-up: Sunday

Snagging a ticket to Comic Con is no walk in the park. If you’re one of the masses of fans who couldn’t find a way to squeeze into Hall H this year, check back here all week for our coverage…

‘The Flash’: Five Questions We Want Answered at SDCC 2019

It’s that time of year again, when shows head to San Diego Comic Con, and we start to get our first real glimpses into what our favorite shows will bring us this season. Fans of ‘The Flash’ are particularly interested…

‘Arrow’: 5 Questions We Want Answered At SDCC

Following Emily Bett Rickards’ departure, I had no intent to watch Arrow on the regular in its eighth and final 10-episode season. After all, I’d always said that I’d keep watching until Felicity was no longer on the show, which I…

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

With San Diego Comic Con upon us, here are 5 questions we desperately wanted answered when Supernatural’s Winchesters and Co. come to SDCC 2019 for the final time! 1. What is Jack Kline’s fate? Yes, I know that Jack’s been…

‘Her Universe’s Ashley Eckstein Talks Community, Being Positive, and Fashion

If there’s anything that Ashley Eckstein, the brilliant mind behind Her Universe and the Her Universe Fashion Show, wants you to know about her company it’s that this is a family. This is a community. It’s a safe space where…

‘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…

Everything We’re Looking Forward to at Comic Con 2019

Next week, the biggest pop culture convention on Earth touches down in San Diego. Fans across the world are looking forward to the plethora of TV and movie news that’s sure to drop there —  us included! So while we…

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,…