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    At Comic-Con, Critics Vs. Fans

    A panel assembled by the review-aggregation site Rotten Tomatoes fostered antagonism rather than discussion.

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    How Comic Books Have Changed Movie Storytelling

    How comic-book movies went from apologizing to newcomers to making them feel left out.

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    How Comic-Con Provided a Showcase For 'Metallica Through the Never' -- And What Comes Next

    Comic-Con has seldom included music as one of the "popular arts" that the convention annually celebrates. And yet, at the end of Friday's events in the San Diego Convention Center's storied Hall H, newly relaunched distributor Picturehouse staged a presentation for "Metallica Through the Never."

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    Kino Lorber Acquires Sci-Fi Film 'Pig' at Comic-Con

    Kino Lorber's Horizon Movies label has acquired all North American rights to "Pig," the latest sci-fi flick from Henry Barrial ("The House That Jack Built").

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    Watch: Relive the Full 'Breaking Bad' Arc in Under Three Minutes in AMC's New Countdown Video

    Still no new footage in the Comic-Con countdown video for "Breaking Bad" that AMC released today both at the convention and online, but this "mashup" of all the previous seasons is a rousing encapsulation of the show's complete, crazy arc in just under three minutes.

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    Watch: Get a First Look at the 'Veronica Mars' Movie That Made Kickstarter History in This New Trailer From Comic-Con

    Like it or not, the "Veronica Mars" movie Kickstarter opened a new frontier for crowdfunding, proving that film projects can raise more than microbudgets on the site, that people are willing to contribute to a project that's associated with a major corporation if it allows them to make a movie happe...

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    Watch: 'Game of Thrones' Assembles An 'In Memoriam' Video for Its Many Dead Characters

    HBO's "Game of Thrones" is, among other things, a series infamous for offing both major and minor characters. No one is safe, not even the person who looks like the closest thing the show may have to a protagonist at any particular moment.

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    10 Highlights From 'Hannibal' Creator Bryan Fuller and Star Hugh Dancy's Comic-Con Panel

    "Growing up with a very vivid imagination, you could imagine all sort of crazy scenarios, so you do feel a little bit 'other' and you feel a little bit on the outside," explained "Hannibal" creator Bryan Fuller to an adoring crowd yesterday.

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    Comic-Con Poster for Festival Fave 'You're Next' Unveils Deadly Maze You May Not Escape

    Comic-Con isn't just for blockbusters, after all. Indie horror flick "You're Next" has just released its poster for the San Diego-based event, and the team behind it should certainly earn points for creativity from film geeks.

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    AMC Unveils a Limited Edition Alex Ross-Designed 'The Walking Dead' Poster for Comic-Con

    If studio films long ago eclipsed actual comic books at the massive marketing blitz that is San Diego Comic-Con, television has been in the process of eclipsing movies at the event in more recent years, with the small screen starting to really lay claim to giant Hall H. And AMC zombie drama "The Wal...

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