With Comic-Con about to begin, many of the studios have already plastered posters over buses, walls, and inside hotel elevators to try and promote their upcoming wares. While the majority of what’s coming will be set up tomorrow, after the jump you can get a sneak peak of what’s already on display including Game of Thrones, Syfy’s Defiance, Black Dynamite, Frankenweenie, Grimm, Looper, the remake of Robocop, Total Recall, Wreck-it-Ralph, True Blood, and more.
However, while all the marketing materials are cool, my favorite image has nothing to with your favorite movie or TV show. Instead it’s a piece of street art telling us not to believe the hype. It’s very well done and definitely worth checking out.
Finally, we have a huge team of people covering Comic-Con this year, so get ready for tons of interviews and reports from all the panels. If you just want our Comic-Con coverage, you can follow it here.
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