Comic-Con 2014 News – Day 4

Today marks the end of Comic-Con 2014, and it went out with a bang. There were several awesome panels, including ones dedicated to Supernatural, The Following, Sons of Anarchy, and The Strain.

TT Games and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment revealed new gameplay footage and some new characters, including the Justice League, from their upcoming game LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. Troy Baker, Laura Bailey, Adam West, Dee Bradley Baker, Josh Keaton, and Travis Willingham were in attendance at the premiere.

Also announced was the documentary Batkid Begins, about the inspirational little boy from San Francisco who stole everyone’s heart. This project is currently undergoing an Indiegogo campaign, which you can view here.

Another awesome panel was the “Marvel: Women of Marvel” panel, which featured women speaking about their experiences being a woman in the comics industry, how it has effected their lives, and what could happen in the future for women interested in the industry. Featured panelists were Katie Cook, Lorraine Clink, Alexis Auditore, Rachelle Rosenberg, and Judy Stephens.

The trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road was released! Watch here:

Thanks for joining Nerdy but Flirty for our 2014 Comic-Con coverage. What was your favorite thing to come out of SDCC this year?

One thought on “Comic-Con 2014 News – Day 4

  1. My favorite moment was definitely the Dragon Age Inquisitions Demo at the Geek and Sundry lounge. The only way it would have been better, is if we could have had some hands on play time! 🙂

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