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NYCC 2017: Top 5 Biggest Announcements from the Convention

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With 2017’s New York Comic Con now in the back perspective mirror, it’s time to take a demeanour at all the biggest news expelled from the convention. During some of the bigger panels of the weekend, many gifted people in the party took the time to show off new and sparkling calm coming to fans in the nearby future!

From new trailers of hit shows like, AMC’s The Walking Dead and Netflix’s Black Mirror to code new looks at arriving cinema like Pacific Rim: Uprising  Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie; New York Comic Con was THE mark for party over the past weekend.

Check out the top stories that pennyless out of New York Comic Con:


The Walking Dead – Season 8 Trailer:

With under two weeks to go until the premiere of Season 8 of the pound hit series, The Walking Dead, the creators and stars of the show motionless to provide their constant fans at their Madison Square Garden row with an disdainful rise at the premiere!

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While the row was pronounced to have been the weirdest of the weekend, fans walked out happy after spending an hour with their favorite zombie canon survivors. Plus, series creator Robert Kirkman announced that The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead will shortly crossover. Kirkman hinted that we may get to see the backstory of an existent TWD impression in FTWD, or we may get to see a future chronicle of a FTWD survivor. Either way, he was being intensely coy.


Pacific Rim: Uprising Trailer Debut

As fans collected in Madison Square Garden for the Pacific Rim: Uprising, nothing were prepared for the amazing-ness of the film’s first trailer. Rather than the murky and complicated sci-fi movement of the first movie, the supplement aims to bring a brighter and some-more enterprising tinge to the world.

Set 10 years after the events of the first film, son of the late Sgt. Pentecost, Jake Pentecost (John Boyega), must rope together with other jaeger pilots to take down the kaiju who bluster the universe once again. Giving off vibes of Voltron and early 80’s cartoons, Pacific Rim: Uprising is looking to take the reigns of hulk robots from the Transformers series (thank god).


Black Mirror

Fans who were propitious adequate to get into Saturday night’s Black Mirror panel were treated to an allege screening of the next season’s teaser trailer and got an allege demeanour at the part destined by row judge and all around extraordinary woman, Jodie Foster!

Given the show’s secretive inlet series creator, Charlie Brooker, told the audience,

“It’s a really tricky show to promote in many ways since there are no repeated characters from prior seasons. So, we can’t tell you… “I’ll tell you what Jon Snow is up to now.” Can’t-do any of that. And also you don’t wish to know.”

Since the calm screened for fans in assemblage is looking like it won’t hit online until the tangible premiere date, Black Mirror fans will have to stay posted to see when the teaser trailer drops.


Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie Trailer Debut

Arnold and the P.S. 118 squad are back and this time their on a query to find Arnold’s blank relatives on a school outing to South America! Fans in assemblage were the first to see the entrance of the trailer for the arriving T.V. film and even got to hear when it front first!

The film looks to bring back and lift several stakes for the squad as their outing to South America takes some turns on their query to find Arnold’s parents. Will Helga tell Arnold her loyal feelings? Are Arnold and Gerald going to stay friends? Tune in to find out!

Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie premieres on Nickelodeon this Thanksgiving!


Batman: The Animated Series Heads to Blu-Ray

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During the Batman: The Animated Series 25th Anniversary panel, prolongation publicist Gary Miereanu told fans the sparkling news that the beloved charcterised series will be making its long-waited entrance on Blu-Ray.

While it was pronounced the collection will be coming in 2018, no date or cost was revealed. It was pronounced that the recover would be happening “later in 2018”.


 

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