New York Comic Con is always brimming with kick-ass new trailers and teasers, and this year’s offerings do not disappoint! So far, genre fans have been treated to a fine mix of clips, with plenty more to come on the horizon. Here you'll find a full list of everything that's dropped thus far, so take a look in case you've missed anything, or just want to see something again (and again...).
To keep on top of all the new film and television trailers, make sure you check back on this page for our growing list of what has been unveiled at the 2018 event, as we'll be updating it clear on through till the end of the con on Sunday.
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Daredevil Season 3
Netflix unveiled the official trailer for Daredevil Season 3 after weeks of teasers, and it contained a surprising new nemesis for the Devil of Hell's Kitchen. The trailer is full of classic Frank Miller imagery, including Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) perched on a rooftop next to a cross, and watching him descend into darkness as he literally has to battle himself as well as Wilson Fisk suggests this could be the most compelling season of Daredevil yet.
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power
Who doesn't love She-Ra? The clip for the rebooted animated series certainly raised the sword for exciting trailers, and perfectly showcased what fans can expect from the upcoming Netflix show. As well as being heavily influenced by Dungeons & Dragons, it's also clear from the offset that this Princess Adora is a total badass, and we can't wait to see her battle it out with her enemies when the series premieres on Nov. 16.
The trailer for YouTube's visually-impressive new sci-fi series Origin definitely piqued our interest at NYCC, with its story of strangers stranded on a spaceship who are forced to work together to survive. Directed by Resident Evil's Paul W.S. Anderson, this is one journey into deep space you won't want to miss. But don't just take our word for it, check out the thrilling new clip above for yourselves.
The hugely popular mermaid tale Siren is back next year, and judging by this new trailer unveiled at NYCC, it will be sure to make a splash. The main takeaway from the clip is that there’s going to be a lot more mermaids making their way to Bristol Cove, causing a battle of the fins. We’re definitely excited to see what other surprises Season 2 will bring, which will be swimming to Freeform on Jan. 24. 2019.
This five-minute extended trailer should pour water over the naysayers worried that Aquaman will be one of the more problematic entries to the DCEU. The clip shows us some never-before-seen eye-watering action sequences that have already been causing a wave of excitement among fans hoping that Jason Momoa's titular character could join the ranks of Wonder Woman as a truly great DC comic book movie hero.
From producer J.J. Abrams, Overlord tells the story of a group of American paratroopers suddenly finding themselves fighting a vicious battle against an army of the undead. With fast-paced high-octane action sequences from the offset, the trailer promises that this is one oh-so-tense thriller you won't want to miss.
This post-apocalyptic adventure movie from the filmmakers of The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit is the very definition of epic. Based on the novel of the same name by Philip Reeve, the trailer introduces us Hester Shaw (Hera Hilmar), a disfigured, fugitive assassin with a personal vendetta against Thaddeus Valentine (Hugo Weaving), Head of the Guild of Historians, while also showing off the film’s mightily impressive world-building.
Dragon Ball Super, Broly
The second trailer for Dragon Ball Super, Broly movie reveals the rebooted history of the Saiyans, as well as exploring the origins of Goku, Vegeta, and Broly. In it, we see Frieza without his armor along with father King Cold and the Ginyu Force, a much younger version of Vegeta, and a glimpse of Planet Vegeta before it was obliterated. This looks set to be a great addition to the Dragon Ball franchise.
Warner Bros. released the new trailer for its upcoming live-action Teen Titans series, and the clip finally brought the whole team together for the first time. Slightly edgier than what we previously saw at San Diego Comic-Con, hammering home to fans that this really will be nothing like the cartoon. Consider yourself warned.
George R.R. Martin’s creepy sci-fi tale will debut on SYFY this December, and judging by the clip above it’s going to give us all the chills in the universe. Described as a “haunted house story on a space ship,” Nightflyers follows the crew of a doomed mission into space when they come into contact with a menacing alien race.
American Gods S2
The returning Starz series - based on Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed 2001 novel – doesn’t need much of an introduction, and to be honest, we’d still be excited for season two with or without a trailer. It will have been almost two years since the first season when this hits screens in 2019 and from what we can see, good things most certainly come to those who wait.
Voltron Season 8
Netflix's Voltron: Legendary Defender has been entertaining fans for an impressive seven seasons now, and the next one looks to be just as poppin’ with more hijinks from the dynamic retro robots. Sadly though, this will be the last season so make sure you devour every last bit of it. The show takes one last flight this winter.
The Magician Season 4
This exclusive sneak-peek clip showed Margo — er, we mean Janet — having a meeting with Ember, who seems just as confused as Margo/Janet is, nicely setting the tone for the fourth season. After spending much of Season 3 without powers, we’re looking forward to our heroes finally returning the magic to the world.
Stan Against Evil
According to lead star John C. McGinley, Stan's arc in Season 3 is to change the way he goes about things, including him keeping secrets from his family. But of course, that doesn’t go exactly to plan which you can catch a glimpse of in the above trailer.
Based on the comic book series written by Rick Remender and illustrated by Wesley Craig, Deadly Class looks set to be a bloody violent new series following a young disillusioned teen who joins King’s Dominion High School for the Deadly Arts, a school that trains the deadliest assassins in the world. Produced by the Russo brothers, the new show hits SYFY in 2019.
After what has felt like years of teasing it, Amazon's Good Omens trailer finally landed this weekend at NYCC. Based on post-apocalyptic novel by Neil Gaiman (American Gods) and the late Terry Pratchett (The Colour of Magic), the show – which stars Martin Sheen in the lead - aims to take a light-hearted look at the end of the world.
Star Trek Discovery Season 2
Star Trek: Discovery – which returns Jan. 17, 2019 on CBS All Access – has no doubt been a highlight for many genre fans in terms of exciting new trailers. The clip introduces Anson Mount's Captain Pike and Ethan Peck's bearded Spock, as well as the main drive of the second season, the mystery of the "Seven Signals" and the "Red Angel."
Tell Me A Story
Set in modern-day New York City, Tell Me A Story takes some of the world's most famous fairy tales – including The Three Little Pigs, Little Red Riding Hood, and Hansel and Gretel – and gives them a dark and twisted remix of sorts. Hoping to make a scare this Halloween, it premieres Wednesday, Oct. 31 on CBS.
The Boys TV show coming to Amazon from Preacher producers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg looks to take on Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson’s dark superhero takedown with utmost fidelity — even when that means getting messy. Check out the fun action in the clip above.
The Thirteenth Doctor showed up at NYCC in a big way. Not only did we get killer previews of the early episodes in the show’s groundbreaking new season; we also got a glimpse at some of the stars who’ll be joining Jodi Whittaker as the newest chapter in the iconic sci-fi series rolls along — including Mark Addy (Game of Thrones), Chris Noth (Law & Order) and Alan Cumming (The Good Wife). The new season of Doctor Who is fresh off a debut that’s enraptured critics and fans, so there’s never been a better time for newcomers to jump in the TARDIS and fasten their seat belts.
DC and Warner Bros. almost had too many goodies to keep track of at NYCC, but one of their biggest surprises came when The Big Bang Theory’s Kaley Cuoco was revealed as the voice of Harley Quinn for the new animated series. This first trailer finds her at home and in third-wall-breaking character, promising, with typically comedic snark, to deliver the goods: “Unlike that Deadpool cartoon, it’s actually coming out!” Harley promises, ahead of the series' launch on DC Universe next year.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
Ah, Greendale — where it always feels like Halloween. Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is shaping up to layer a veneer of campy high-school fun on top of a darker story about the good-and-evil balancing act that naturally goes along with walking the witch’s path, and the trailer gave us our best look yet at how the new show — from the executive producers of Riverdale — will pull it all off. Sure, this isn’t the Sabrina you remember from your network TV childhood…but rest easy: Salem the cat has never looked so good.
How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
The third and final installment in DreamWorks’ How to Train Your Dragon franchise is almost here, and SYFY WIRE got some firsthand insights from Jay Baruchel (the voice of Hiccup) and F. Murray Abraham (Grimmel the Grisly) at NYCC on the emotional series sendoff we can expect when How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World swoops into theaters on Feb. 22. Fast-forwarding a year from the events of the first film, Hidden World finds Hiccup getting used to life as the vikings’ team leader, while never far from Toothless, his beloved dragon.