This year's 43rd annual Comic-Con festival may be over but die-hard fans of the pop-culture celebration already have their minds on next year's show.
"Wreck-It Ralph" won't hit theaters until November, but about 6,000 fans at Comic-Con got to see 10 minutes of it on Thursday.
The lines outside the San Diego Convention Center were almost as long as the ones inside as Comic-Con guests queued up to collect freebies and collectibles
Here's a look at some of the hottest films, TV shows and video games expected at the sold-out 43rd annual convention.
If there's one place where Ray Bradbury's legacy is tangibly omnipresent, it's the Electronic Entertainment Expo.
Looking across the waves of sweaty, passionate gamers during the flashy press conferences and detailed demonstrations at this year's Electronic Entertainment
Sony Corp. has breathed new life into its handheld Vita and announced a tie-up with author J.K. Rowling that could cause Harry Potter fans to fly on
At Rovio, the future is Angry. Next up: Angry Birds Land, one of the highlights of a theme park opening next month in the Finnish city of Tampere.
Ubisoft announced a partnership Thursday with Marvel to create a motion-control game based on the superhero alliance for Nintendo's upcoming Wii U console and
History is littered with murderers inspired by art: Charles Manson believed the lyrics to the Beatles' " Helter Skelter" were a prophecy that ignited a
U.S. retail sales of video game hardware, software and accessories fell 25 percent in March from a year earlier to $1.1 billion. It marked the fourth month of
Microsoft says it's not coming out with a new Xbox gaming console anytime soon.
"Portal 2" won trophies for best game design, narrative and audio, while " Skyrim" was honored as game of the year.
Sony says it has sold 1.2 million PlayStation Vitas worldwide, exceeding the company's expectations amid stiff competition from mobile devices and Nintendo.
Sony's PlayStation Vita is out in the U.S. and Europe. A reviewer says it sets a new standard for portable games.
Sony is intensifying its push in handheld gaming with a gadget aimed at hardcore players looking for something with a bit more punch than "Angry Birds,"