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.
Thor is in the house.
Elan Lee (previously) is part of the team that brought us the amazing card game Exploding Kittens (previously); writing in MAKE: Magazine, Lee explains how they built an awesome Exploding Kittens vending machine for Comic-Con, to go beyond the boring, traditional ideas of what a con booth was.
Tired: cosplaying the carpet at Dragoncon (even if you do get bonus points for attracting spurious copyright threats from the venue!); Wired: cosplaying the venue itself!. (via Neatorama)
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