Pokepride saw a resurgence at this year's SDCC thanks to the worldwide phenomenon that is Pokemon Go.
In addition to geek event staples like cosplayers and superhero movie leaks, there were some key thematic takeaways. For one, the '90s are back.
The DC/CW panels in Ballroom 20 at Comic-Con doled out some details about the shows before they roll out this fall and showed off a lot of cast camaraderie, too.
Joining Team Mystic, Instinct or Valor? Then meet Blanche, Spark or Candela respectively, introduced at San Diego Comic-Con.
Technically Incorrect: A journalist admits to a State Department spokesman that he's keeping one eye on the game.
At San Diego's annual pop culture fest, whose lifeblood is unapologetic obsession, the smartphone game is the fixation of the year.
Technically Incorrect: Did you know that those in the convention hall in Cleveland applauded 33 percent of the time. Now there's a belief in big data.
It's more Trek than it looks, and it's all about Brexit. Here's what we learned from the new Star Trek movie. Spoilers on the starboard bow, captain!
And it looks like the show based on the Marvel Comics character might rock our world.
Disney is getting its own, special "bunch of a-holes" in real life.
At San Diego Comic-Con, the man who played Captain Kirk opens up about his friendship with the man who played Mr. Spock.
The latest "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" trailer, released at Comic-Con, also offers a longer peek at Colin Farrell, who plays Percival Graves.
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