With Comic-Con set to begin tomorrow, we’re about to be inundated with a crazy amount of new posters, images, and information about upcoming TV shows and movies. Like years past, a number of Collider writers are heading to San Diego to help cover the convention. We’re going to be offering panel recaps, interviews with some of the biggest names at Comic-Con, and tons of pictures from the convention floor including our yearly cosplay picture article. The next few days are going to be crazy, so I hope you keep checking back for our coverage.
While walking around the past hour in San Diego, I snapped pictures of a number of posters on display outside the hotels and inside the convention center. Hit the jump for pics of Goosebumps, Pixels, The Interview, The Walking Dead, Legends, Fury, The Blacklist, Vikings, and more. Keep in mind, things are still being set up, so this is just the tip of the iceberg in terms of what’s outside the convention.
And if you missed it, here’s the first Chappie poster.
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