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San Diego Comic-Con 2014

  1. Jennifer Morrison & Josh Dallas Tell Us About The Strong Female Characters Of Once Upon a Time

    Sisters before misters, bro.

    With Once Upon a Time Season 4 premiering on ABC tonight, and a few more Disney women making their debut by way of Frozen, we hear from stars Jennifer Morrison (Emma) and Josh Dallas (David/Prince Charming) on the cast already filled with dynamic women.

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  2. Watch Bear McCreary Performing Songs From The Outlander Score Live At SDCC

    Oh, aye, Sassenach.

    Outlander premiered this year at San Diego Comic-Con, and composer/super-talented performer Bear McCreary was there to bless the audience with his music. Here with fiddler Paul Cartwright and singer Raya Yarbrough, McCreary performs the themes from Outlander.

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  3. Watch Highlights From The San Diego Comic-Con Her Universe Fashion Show

    Pretty!

    Remember the Geek Couture fashion show that we snapped some pics from at Comic-Con this year? You probably want something a little higher quality that shows just how each of the dresses moved on the runway, right? Don't worry, the fine folks of Her Universe have got you covered.

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  4. Comic-Con Interviews: The Cast & Creator of History’s Vikings Discuss Their Strong Female Characters

    WE LOVE THIS SHOW.

    As we continue to roll out our San Diego Comic-Con coverage we finally come to one of my favorites. Speaking with the cast of History Channel's Vikings already provided us with some amusing dialogue on baby goats but we also got around to speaking about more serious issues like women's representation on television. Spoiler: We might have had little hearts in our eyes for part of (or all) this interview.

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  5. Comic-Con Interviews: The Cast & Creators of The Boxtrolls “Couldn’t Make Film Another Way”

    At San Diego Comic-Con, we caught up with LAIKA CEO Travis Knight, as well as directors Anthony Stacchi and Graham Annable, and stars Elle Fanning, Isaac Hempstead-Wright, and Sir Ben Kingsley to talk about the surprising and inventive process behind The Boxtrolls and LAIKA's LGBTQ representation.

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  6. Comic-Con Interviews: Arrow’s David Ramsey Hints at a Possible Suicide Squad Spinoff

    As long as it's got Harley, I'm in.

    The CW's Arrow was a bit of a slow burn for me but once I caught fire, that was it. So I was thrilled to get to speak with the cast and creators at San Diego Comic-Con recently and get a little dirt on what's to come in Season 3. Thankfully David Ramsey (aka John Diggle) was more than forthcoming dropping names like John Stewart and phrases like "Suicide Squad spinoff."

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  7. Tiny Rocket Racoon Returns In Ridiculously Adorable San Diego Comic-Con Video

    I am cute—um, Groot.

    When filmmaker Patrick Willems and Kendra Pettis attend a major convention like SDCC, they like to go around asking kids about their costumes. The resulting video is always cute, but their latest is especially heartwarming, because it features our favorite kid cosplayer of all time: tiny Rocket Raccoon. Gah, my HEART.

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  8. For Your Consideration: A Comic-Con Cosplay Video Which Includes My Cat

    This is not the first time my cat will be on the site, nor the last.

    My boyfriend very nicely offered to attend San Diego Comic-Con with me this year, and while I'm not sure he'll ever go back, he did put together a cute video of some of his experiences. And yes, that includes shuffling along at a snail's pace in the crowds. Bonus appearance by my cat, Dewey.

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  9. Full Police Report Reveals More Information About Comic-Con Incident

    Polygon has obtained a report from Harbor Police through an open records request.

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  10. Comic-Con Interviews: iZombie’s Robert Buckley Tells Us About His Favorite Comic Books

    Graphic novels, ahem.

    As a fan of the Chris Roberson and Mike Allred comic series, I'm very much looking forward to The CW's iZombie adaptation, even if it strays from the source material. But during interview sessions at San Diego Comic-Con, I was surprised to find out star Robert Buckley, who plays Major Lilywhite, is a comic book reader as well.

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