OutcastThe Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman isn’t just into zombies — he likes to dabble in demonic possession, too. This new Starz series is based on his comic of the same name, and features Patrick Fugit (Almost Famous, Gone Girl) as a man who… well, you’ll get the idea.
The Man in the High CastleThe basic premise of this Philip K. Dick TV adaptation is that the Axis powers were victorious in World War II, leading to a world where Germany and Japan each rule over half of the former United States. While the pilot didn’t blow us away, there’s a lot to play with if Amazon gets the rest of the series right.
Rock the KasbahBill Murray kicked off Comic-Con on Thursday with a surprise appearance in Hall H, talking about his upcoming Barry Levinson comedy. He plays a rock manager that finds himself stuck in Afghanistan, and apparently Danny McBride is there acting like Danny McBride.
Call of Duty: Black Ops III — Shadows of EvilIf two Walking Dead shows weren’t enough, Comic-Con had even more zombies. "Shadows of Evil" is a zombie-themed co-op mode for Black Ops III set in the 1940s. How does that tie into the rest of the game’s futuristic cyber-soldier concepts? Stop asking questions.
Lego Dimensions: Doctor WhoWhat matches up with Doc Brown’s time traveling DeLorean? The TARDIS, of course. Doctor Who joins Lego Dimensions in what’s shaping up to be the biggest IP-palooza this side of Disney Infinity.
Super MansionWhen I think of Comic-Con trailers I want to share, Crackle isn’t the first network that comes to mind. That is, unless it’s for a totally inappropriate puppet show starring Bryan Cranston as a washed-up superhero named Titanium Rex.
Just go ahead and watch.