If you're still wearing an Iron Man or Jack Sparrow costume, sorry to be the one to tell you but Comic-Con is over. At least until next year.
We came. We saw. We reported. And if you missed any of the crazy last few days of coverage, you're in luck because we've got the highlights for you right. For an in-depth look at the Con, from the panels to the parties, check out our Comic-Con wrap article here.
So what was the big news at Comic-Con? Enough to please your inner geek until next year we're pretty sure.
-- Seth Rogen told us his "Green Hornet" isn't going to be all laughs.
-- We found out Tyrese Gibson and Joan Allen are going to take a "Death Race."
-- The Marvel panel blew our minds with "Incredible Hulk" news and "Iron Man" footage.
-- Hope you aren't feeling Narnia'd out because a lot more flicks are on the way.
-- We spent a day with the man of the moment, "Watchmen" director Zack Snyder.
-- We found a pretty creepy dossier on "The Dark Knight"'s Joker.
-- We took a look at J.J. Abram's secret monster movie and its guerilla marketing.
-- We found out that the only thing better than one Spock is two Spocks!
-- And we got psyched for the return of Marion Ravenwood to "Indiana Jones."