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Another San Diego Comic-Con ... another showcase for fangirl hotness.
The 2013 incarnation of the annual pop culture phantasmagoria is officially underway (follow all the goings-on via the MTV Livestream), and with the thousands upon thousands of attendees come a select few who come wearing costumes ... luckily, often rather revealing costumes (hey, superheroes and the like are all about wearing duds that emphasize their physique, you know).
Click through our collection of the sexiest female geeks at Comic-Con (and yes, there is a boys version.)
As anyone with a Twitter account following a healthy amount of celebrities, movie journalists and just plain ol' nerds knows, you don't really have to be at Comic-Con to feel like you're at Comic-Con. Despite the notoriously spotty WiFi and cell service surrounding Hall H (that mecca of geekdom at the center of the four-day event), tweets a-plenty flow from the Con. And with approximately 130,000 attendees flowing through each year, you've gotta bet that there are some real knee-slappers in there.
Here are our favorite tweets from San Diego Comic-Con 2013. Get More »
If there was one victor among the movies paneling at San Diego Comic-Con this year, it'd have to be (once again) Marvel. Or was it "Superman/Batman"? Or maybe "X-Men: Days of Future Past"?
Another Con's in the can, and we've emerged with new intel on a handful of high-profile mega-movies. There weren't necessarily any groundbreaking casting announcements this year, but first footage from movies like "Godzilla," "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," "Guardians of the Galaxy" and "Gravity" had fans and bloggers buzzing big time. -- By Bryan Enk, Kevin Polowy and Kase Wickman Get More »
By now you may have checked out our gallery of the Sexiest Lady Geeks of Comic-Con. Now it's time to let the boys take center stage.
Superheroes are known for their big muscles and manly manliness. And there were a lot of dudes at Comic-Con who could certainly pass for superheroes (or other such, you know, large n' muscular men). And even those who don't have quite the physique to pull off a certain costume still score points because ... well, it's Comic-Con, and you can be anyone — and look any way — you want there.
Look ye upon the the most masculine of cosplayers.
Boy, the 6,000-plus attendees at San Diego Comic-Con's Hall H certainly had a surprised-filled buffet on Sunday.
First, the cast of "X-Men: Days of Future Past" pulled a fast one and made a surprise panel appearance — yes, that included Hugh Jackman and Jennifer Lawrence, which is probably too much hotness in one room, even if it is gigantic. Then, none other than Tom Hiddleston himself moseyed in, dressed in full as his villainous alter-ego Loki from "Thor" and "Thor: The Dark World." Wut. Get More »
Long — okay, not that long — before Kickstarter was in the news for giving Zach Braff dubious justification for taking money from people, it was most noteworthy for the organic funding of that long-awaited movie that would serve to sate the uberfrenzied "Veronica Mars" TV show fanbase.
Created by Rob Thomas (not Matchbox 20 Rob Thomas, though that would have been cool too) alongside his leading lady Kristen Bell, the Kickstarter campaign asked fans for $2 million and received over $5 million. That's what you call a win. And now, "Mars" fans are eagerly waiting to see whether they'll get their money's worth or not from the crowdsourced pic. Get More »
Okay, we'll be honest with you. The best thing about Comic-Con isn't the panels or the parties or the cosplay or those delicious eight-dollar hot dogs. Those are all terrific, but there's actually something even better than any of that.
The best thing about Comic-Con is the strange, wonderful, bizarre and often completely random things you'll overhear attendees, staff members and sometimes even celebrities say as they traverse the convention floor, Hall H, the bathrooms, the press room, the hotels and all the other locations that make up the San Diego Comic-Con experience. Get More »
Doesn't being Captain America mean anything these days? Apparently not. Not even the Avengers themselves were let in on the secret of the title of "Avengers: Age of Ultron."
MTV News' Josh Horowitz caught up with Cap himself, Chris Evans, and Scarlett Johansson, who plays the Black Widow in the Marvel flicks, shortly after Joss Whedon's surprise announcement of the title in San Diego Comic-Con's Hall H Saturday night. The stars hadn't been told what the title was, news that Horowitz got to break to them. Get More »
Director Edgar Wright may be best known for his "Cornetto trilogy" ("Shaun of the Dead," "Hot Fuzz" and the upcoming "The World's End"), but things are about to get really, really super. As in, superhero.
Wright will direct "Ant-Man," the origin story of a scientist who discovers a way to change his size at will, for Marvel for a Nov. 6, 2015 release.
While doing promotional rounds at San Diego Comic-Con alongside Nick Frost and Simon Pegg for "The World's End," Wright dropped a truth bomb on MTV News' Josh Horowitz: "Ant-Man" is actually two movies, and his bros Pegg and Frost will star. Get More »