Unfortunately, I am not at San Diego Comic-Con to cover it because, well, I am in New York. But in my travels through the internet today, I've found some interesting developments leading into Preview Night tonight. For starters: a logo for the new Evil Dead.
• Bleeding Cool found a banner for the remake--shooting right now--which has Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell on board as executive producers.
• Geek Tyrant has the trailer for the Trekkie documentary , William Shatner's Get a Life!, which is screening at 7:00 PM local time.
• Bleeding Cool spotted all the suits from Iron Man 3.
• io9 has a super-detailed flow chart about where everything is at SDCC and how to find it depending on your mood.
This is barely an amuse-bouche for the crazy feast of nerditude that is about to come our way: the show opens tomorrow. Alas, I'll be watching from the opposite coast.
I just checked in for my o-dark-hundred flight to Denver tomorrow morning for this weekend’s Denver Comic-Con, where I’m appearing for several hours on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, including panels with some of my favorite writers, like John Scalzi, Richard Kadrey, Catherynne Valente and Scott Sigler:
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