Comic-Con Preview: 4 Big Trends to Watch Out For

Jay Jacobs
July 23, 2017

San Diego Comic Con is quickly approaching and for many, it is the most exciting time of the year.

Outside of the interviews and the question and answer sessions, you'll want to follow in case there is a new trailer.

Fans will have the opportunity to register, answer trivia questions, design a t-shirt and maneuver a huge Tick to offer different emotions.

San Diego Comic Con is here which means we're all running strictly off of coffee and wearing sun glasses big enough to hide the dark circles underneath our eyes.

Check back soon for more on GoT, too, as we'll be live blogging the Hall H panel on Friday, July 21. "It just looks like so much fun and we're already having a great time", said Ms Reimus, a 50-year-old lawyer.

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The cast is also slated to be at the panel to talk about the film.

Nevertheless, the logistics of these gatherings can be trying, with waits of several hours - and sometimes overnight - seeking access to the most-anticipated panels in the cavernous 6,500-seat Hall H, the convention center's largest space reserved for the biggest titles. With the confab officially underway today, the FX/Marvel drama and the TBS comedy about an alien abduction support group have taken over the most marketing square footage by far in San Diego this year. Should fans "expect" a first look? The title video then encouraged visitors to go to where they learned the title. It's one of two HBO shows in the science fiction/fantasy world appearing at Comic-Con - "Westworld" will also be holding a panel, teasing fans about what comes next.

We may also get release date announcements for the upcoming seasons of Jessica Jones, Daredevil and the series premiere of The Punisher.

Proudly owning their geek credentials, Matt and Ross Duffer admitted that even before the green light was on for Season 2, and way before the public clamor for a renewal had hit a feverish pitch, they had been writing the entire time.

Barb Holland may have perished in season one of "Stranger Things", but her memory - and #JusticeForBarb - lives on at Comic-Con.

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