The biggest event for pop culture this fall has just passed, and that was New York Comic-Con. Casts and creators from all of the biggest movie studios were in attendance to show off their latest material in an effort to get fans excited about what’s to come for Warner Bros., Marvel, DC, Universal, and much, much more.
The mass appeal of these annual fan events, like San Diego Comic-Con, is partly because of the in-person attendance of their favorite actors, directors, artists, and other creators to talk about their upcoming projects. Some fans enjoy seeing the groups in person, but the real prizes that can be found at the Comic-Cons throughout the year are the material presented. Fans will wait hours and hours to be among the first in the world to witness new footage released from an upcoming film they hope to see in theaters down the line.
Sadly, not everyone can make it into the room to see the Comic-Con trailers first hand, so to help the rest of the world catch up to those lucky fans at New York Comic Con this past weekend, here is a roundup of all of the major trailers from TV and film that were released at the con, all in one place!
This series, starring Michael Sheen and Devid Tennant, is a book adaptation from famed author Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett that is set to debut next year on Amazon Prime. What makes it even cooler, though, is the fact that Gaiman is also serving as a showrunner, so book fans can expect a highlighting of source material loyalty.
Ian McShane returns as Mr. Wednesday with his gaggle of Old Gods versus Mr. World and his New Gods. The series will be returning to Starz for its second season at some point in 2019. This series also comes as a book adaptation from the mind of Neil Gaiman. He had a packed schedule at NYCC this year!
The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
Based on the Archie Comics character and the early 2000’s TV adaptation, Sabrina is about a girl who is half human and half witch. Fans who saw Sabrina the Teenage Witch show may know the context of the characters, but this Netflix series seems to be a bit darker than it’s earlier counterpart. The complete first season will be available to stream on October 23, 2018.
The adventures of students a boarding school that trains kids to become world class assassins already sounds like a good idea. Add in the fact that it stars Doctor Strange‘s Benedict Wong and is executive produced by the Russo Brothers and we have a nice tie-in to the MCU. This series, based on the popular comicbook series, will premiere on Syfy in January 2019.