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San Diego Comic-Con

  1. Things We Saw Today: LOL, Nice Try Warner Bros.

    Write. Edit. Repeat.

    Warner Bros. is apparently trying to glamour us all into forgetting Edge of Tomorrow's Vanilla Sky-lite title with this enormous tagline on the DVD and Blu-Ray set. Frankly, I'm fine with it. A writer's work is never done (tragic sigh).

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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. Things We Saw Today: Josh Brolin Stole The Infinity Gauntlet At Comic-Con

    Lookin' good.

    He was born for this.

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  5. [UPDATED] After Investigation Police Rule Alleged Comic-Con Assault an Accident

    Our thoughts go out to the girl, her family, and everyone in the community impacted by this and similar incidents.

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  6. Sneaky Zebra Unveils New San Diego Music Video Full of Fantastic Cosplay

    I want to go to there.

    Sneaky Zebra's cosplay-centric videos are one of our favorite things to come out of any convention, and this newest San Diego-themed one is no exception. There are a lot of cosplayers we recognize from the weekend, too—like the DC bombshells, Storm and rule 63 Emma Frost, Good Maleficent, the pimpin' Darth Vader, and many more. Plus, laser tag! So much laser tag! Our jealousy is eternal.

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  7. Maisie Williams, Funkadelic Vader, And Zombie Teletubbies: Dorkly Rounds Up The 45 Best Cosplays Of SDCC

    The Emperor is not as groovy as I am.

    This is the Elvis Fett cosplay you are looking for. You can find the rest of the list (including Maisie Williams' friendly neighborhood get-up) over on Dorkly.

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  8. You Guys! You Can Watch The SDCC “Women Who Kick Ass” Panel In Its Entirety Right Here!

    Warning: may cause happy sighing and an interruption to your workday.

    Yesterday we posted a sampling of some of the best full panels from SDCC's Hall H now available on Youtube, but unfortunately a recording of the annual "Women Who Kick Ass Panel" was nowhere to be found. But awesome ladies and sharp-eyed Mary Sue readers, uh, find a way. Here are Natalie Dormer, Maisie Williams, Katey Sagal, Tatiana Maslany, Sarah Paulson and Nicole Beharie discussing beauty standards, the depiction of women in media, and the amazing challenges of their unique jobs.

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  9. For Your Convenience: Five Of The Most Jealousy-Inducing SDCC Panels Now Available To Watch In Their Entirety

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    If you couldn't make it to Comic-Con this year, join the clone club. But just because you weren't physically in Hall H doesn't mean you can't be there in spirit, especially now that many full Comic-Con panels are available to watch on Youtube. Sure, experiencing Con this way still means you miss out on exclusive footage--but you also get to skip all the lines.

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  10. The Designers Of Comic-Con’s Pizza Launcher Prove Its Pizza-Pitching Power

    Here's something I thought I'd never say: thank you, Michael Bay.

    Last week we showed you a teaser video for arguably the most audacious aspect of this year's comic-con--a 12 foot tall pneumatic pizza thrower built to strike fear in the heart of Pizza Hut's enemies promote the tie-in between Michael Bay's TMNT and Pizza Hut. Now we have a hilariously straight-faced video in which the machine's designers demonstrate its marinara-missile action and explain how they brought the classic Pizza Launcher toy to life.

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