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Wolverine, Blade, Iron Man and X-Men to get TV shows in 2011

During Comic-Con it was announced that Marvel would be teaming up with G4 to bring you 4 anime-style TV shows starring your favorite Marvel superheroes, the X-Men, Iron Man, Wolverine and Blade.


Comic-Con closes after 4 days of pop culture fun

Comic-Con closes after 4 days of pop culture fun

San Diego's annual pop-culture convention wrapped up Sunday after four days of comic books, costumes, celebrity appearances and TV and movie previews. A new take on "Tron," the latest "Harry Potter" film, HBO's "True Blood" and Marvel's "The Avengers" were among the highlights of the 41st annual festival.


Fans converge at annual Comic Con

Fans, writers and actors have been converging at the annual Comic Con in San Diego for sneak previews, autograph signings and much more.


'Piranha 3-D' footage is too hot for Comic-Con

'Piranha 3-D' footage is too hot for Comic-Con

Panel for the upcoming horror movie "Piranha 3-D" has been pulled from Comic-Con's schedule, but it wasn't the organization's call.


"Green Lantern," "Harry Potter," "Thor" and "Captain America" highlight a packed Comic-Con 2010 Saturday

Hollywood stars such as Ryan Reynolds, Vanessa Hudgens, Milla Jovovich, Seth Rogen, Sigourney Weaver, Daniel Craig, Harrison Ford and the cast of "Harry Potter" are expected to grace the stage of Hall H during Saturday's impressive movie panel line up at Comic-Con 2010.


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