As you may have noticed, unless you've been living in quarantine in Oldtown or trapped in the Upside Down, San Diego Comic-Con was taking place over the last few days.
The annual extravaganza of all things geek (which now mostly means the biggest movies and TV shows) ran from Thursday to Sunday, and brought with it a lot of new trailers, footage, and details.
A lot of these, sadly, are contained to those lucky few who were in Hall H, for example the Infinity War tease (which was previously shown at D23) and some Aquaman footage.
Others, however, have been made available online (through official channels, that is), giving us great new looks at the likes of Thor: Ragnarok and Justice League, along with a first trailer for Steven Spielberg's Ready Player One, amongst others. But a lot of the bigger reveals are on the TV side of things.
With the likes of Marvel, DC, and in particular Star Wars increasingly giving away less at these events, or at least making things Comic-Con exclusives, it's shows like The Walking Dead, Doctor Who, and Netflix's Marvel series that bring the juiciest new details, and that was the case again this year.
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