Following the explosive and emotional season 10 finale of Doctor Who, there was plenty to talk about with the cast and crew of the BBC America series at Comic-Con, and in addition to speaking with Peter Capaldi and Pearl Mackie, Daily Dead was honored to take part in roundtable interviews with showrunner Steven Moffat, writer (and co-star) Mark Gatiss, and co-stars Michelle Gomez and Matt Lucas.
Following the explosive and emotional season 10 finale of Doctor Who, there was plenty to talk about with the cast and crew of the BBC America series at Comic-Con, and Daily Dead was honored to take part in interview roundtables with Pearl Mackie (Bill) and Peter Capaldi, who reflected on his tenure as the Twelfth Time Lord, which is coming to an end in the upcoming Christmas special.
When Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency returns with new episodes this fall on BBC America, we'll see the return of familiar faces as well as plenty of new characters looking to either align themselves with or hunt down Dirk (Samuel Barnett) and Todd (Elijah Wood). At San Diego Comic-Con, Daily Dead had the opportunity to take part in roundtable interviews with returning cast members Barnett, Wood, Hannah Marks, and Jade Eshete, as well as new additions Alan Tudyk and Tyler Labine, to discuss what's to come in season 2.
After watching the end of its first season, fans of Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency know that the show is going to be quite a different experience in season 2, and at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, Daily Dead took part in roundtable interviews to look ahead at the future of the series and also reflect on season 1 with co-stars Fiona Dourif and Mpho Koaho, as well as executive producers Robert Cooper and Max Landis.
“A fragment of life from another world, brought to us by Death himself.” An exquisite addition to the Court of the Dead series, Shard: Mortal Trespasser is a new Premium Format figure from Sideshow Collectibles, and they sent one our way to check out. After taking the time to look over and display the new Premium Format figure, fans can rest assured that this depiction of the Underworld’s first mortal is a worthy addition to the high-end Court of the Dead collectibles.
I first gazed upon Sideshow Collectibles' Court of the Dead series in person at the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con, and while they’ve released a number of original pieces over the years, this is their first major push in creating an original, dark fantasy world, one filled with unique characters.
Court of the Dead is spearheaded by Tom Gilliland, Sideshow's Creative Director, who gave us a personal tour of their Comic-Con booth last year, as well as an in-depth look at the new line. Seeing all of the Court of the Dead figures together and learning about Sideshow’s creative process was a fascinating experience. That being said, getting the chance to personally unbox, assemble, and photograph the Queen of the Dead Premium Format Figure, courtesy of Sideshow Collectibles, was nothing short of incredible, as she's sure to make a perfect addition to anyone's collection.
Last weekend at Comic-Con, I had a chance to interview Man of Action's Steven T. Seagle and Duncan Rouleau, along with artist Jason Adam Katzenstein. Not only did we discuss their SDCC-exclusive comic book, THE BUS: A Camp Midnight Mini, but and I was able to learn about their involvement in Disney and Marvel's Big Hero 6.
Last weekend at Comic-Con, we joined a small group of journalists for an interview session with the main cast and executive producer of Supernatural. Stars Jared Padalecki (Sam), Jensen Ackles (Dean), Misha Collins (Castiel), and Executive Producer Jeremy Carver provided details on some of Season 9's big moments and teased what we can expect from Season 10.
With Swamp Thing being released to Blu-ray next month, Scream Factory brought Len Wein to Comic-Con for an autograph session and to talk about co-creating the popular DC character. During our one-on-one interview with Len Wein, he told us about his first work on Swamp Thing, being on the set of the original movie, and his thoughts on Guillermo del Toro directing a new movie featuring Swamp Thing:
This year marks the 10th anniversary of The Walking Dead comic book series and Skybound has teamed up with Future US to offer fans a number of unique opportunities. The big draw is a look at the new zombie survival machine and we have photos from the show floor:
Drawn to investigate a case of slaughtered Mexican immigrants trying to cross the border, Sam and Dean Winchester are tossed into the supernatural world of Aztec gods and soul-eating demons. With this new threat, the brothers must follow the lead of hunter and biker Xochi Cazadora if they have any hope of saving the world… again.