San Diego Comic-Con is one of the premiere venues for new movies and television shows to debut new trailers, and 2018 is proving to be no exception. Genre entertainment of all kinds has gotten first looks and extended new trailers, and it's time to round them all up.
For all the new film and television trailers that have debuted at the con, check out our (ever-expanding) roundup right here! From Doctor Who to Dragon Ball, feast your eyes on the hottest titles coming to screens.
Get your best look yet at the sci-fi classic's upcoming 11th season, and incoming new Doctor Jodie Whittaker. She lets us know that we'd better get ready for some new faces, and some new worlds — and we even get a quick look at her new sonic screwdriver. By the time the trailer ends, Whittaker has us completely sold and we can't wait to start our TARDIS adventures with her. Aw, brilliant!
Star Wars: The Clone Wars
We thought we'd seen the last of this animated gem... and we were wrong. It's actually returning, and here's a trailer to prove it. We have all of our favorite clones, a fully rendered member of the Bad Batch, and Obi-Wan and Anakin in new, Revenge of the Sith style outfits. Oh, and there's also the appearance of Bo-Katan and Ahsoka Tano... which pretty much means that we'll finally get to see the Siege of Mandalore. We'll also get to see other Clone Wars material that David Filoni never got to finish, which hopefully includes the Cad Bane/Boba Fett arc. The Clone Wars has been saved, indeed... we're still in shock.
Star Trek: Discovery
Here is our first look at season 2, and it is definitely not playing around. You've got Anson Mount's Captain Pike, old/new colorful uniforms hitting the scene, Tilly talking about the power of math, Tig Notaro, and a mission that seems to be centered on Burnham's foster brother...Mr. Spock. Spock will definitely appear on the show, though we don't yet know who will play him. Whether or not it ends up being Zachary Quinto, well, the trailer isn't revealing that card yet. Still, this looks like a blissful return to the world of Star Trek: Discovery— give it a watch, and try to have a little fun along the way. Ruffle a few feathers.
First name...Mister. Last name...Glass. The third part of what is now a surprise Unbreakable trilogy gets a first look, and if you are a fan of either Unbreakable (or Split) then it'll send shivers down your spine. Samuel L. Jackson looks like he is in top form, James McAvoy is always a good bet, and Bruce Willis is back in the poncho. To top it all off, Sarah Paulson is questioning whether they're all sane or not. We really hope that M. Night Shyamalan pulls this one off. The evidence so far is rather unbreakable.
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
The full trailer for this Harry Potter spin-off sequel has more magic, more Dumbledore, and a lot more Grindelwald. Eddie Redmayne's Newt Scamander looks like he will have his hands full, and will need every fantastic beast in his case to help him in this film. Plus- Nichola Flamel, in the flesh, at last.
The Walking Dead
Get ready to meet "Old Man Rick." This trailer for Season 9 of the flagship zombie show signals the end of the old world and the start of a new one. A time jump is in the mix, and soon, it will be the final end of the Rick-tatorship. We don't know what this show will be like without Rick Grimes, but this trailer has us intrigued to find out.
Fear the Walking Dead
This midseason trailer has everything — Lennie James as Morgan, a time jump, a cast-culling, Aaron Stanford, and... wait for it...a Zombie-nado. That's right, this trailer contains walkers being blown around in a storm. You certainly don't see that every day.
From the mind of George R.R. Martin comes this new SYFY series, which already has us terrified. As is usually the case with Martin-centered works, nobody seems safe here. The cast includes Gretchen Mol and Brian F. O'Byrne, and our eyes are ready for it even if our stomachs are not.
At long last, behold the trailer for James Wan's Aquaman. Jason Momoa commands the sea, and Amber Heard, Patrick Wilson, Willem Dafoe, and Nicole Kidman are all along for the ride. Feeling more like sci-fi than superhero, we could be in for a real treat with this one.
The DC train rolls on, and this time we have Zachary Levi playing a hero who may go an entire film without brooding. He looks like a giant kid who is reveling in his powers, which is exactly what we'd expect, and very much what we need. This trailer played wonderfully during the WB panel, and we can definitely see why.
The first trailer for the show that is set to launch DC's new streaming service, DC Universe, is not playing around. This first trailer shows off most of the Titans, but the primary focus is Robin... who has a serious potty mouth. Does Batman know what he just said about him? Uncalled for, Master Grayson.
Dragon Ball Super: Broly
The Dragon Ball legend continues, in the — believe it or not — 20th film in the saga. The english dub of the film will show up in January 2019, and will make fan-favorite chsracter Broly a canonical character. For evidence of this, watch him beat the stuffing out of Goku, Vegeta, and Frieza in this trailer.
Halfway through its third season, AMC's Preacher dropped this trailer to get audiences hyped for the introduction of comic characters like The Allfather and Eccarius. From the looks of things, showrunner Sam Catlin is already making good on his promise to incorporate more from the source material to the series.
Danny Rand is... not the most popular Marvel character at the moment, but that could change. The second season of Danny Rand's antics on Netflix looks like it could be a step up from his previous efforts, and he also seems like he's learned from his encounters with Daredevil. Here's hoping that Danny punches that famous fist a little harder this time around.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters
It's a full on festival of kaiju— we're just glad that we'll be in the audience, and not on the menu. Everything about this sequel looks bigger and badder, with more monsters, more carnage, and more Millie Bobby Brown. Eleven herself up against a handful of giant monsters? They don't stand a chance.
The second season of this National Geographic show is ready to remind us all over again about why we don't want to live on Mars. There are many, many reasons. Many of them are right here on display in this trailer.
DC's Legends Of Tomorrow
For three seasons, DC's Legends of Tomorrow has been a bastion of genuinely bizarre superhero antics, and the trailer for season four looks like it's pulling out all the stops. From severed dragons heads to magic unicorns to Jimi Hendrix at Woodstock, it looks like the Arrowverse's dark horse heroes will definitely have their hands full when season four premieres this October.
Take a handful of Kingsman, a dose of Harry Potter, and a whole lot of deadly punk action, and you have something that might resemble SYFY's new show, which will debut in 2019. Based on the acclaimed graphic novel, the show has MCU giants (and Arrested Devlelopment heroes) the Russo Brothers involved, as well as Doctor Strange's Benedict Wong. Where do we sign?
Following The Flash's twist-heavy season finale last spring, Barry's daughter from the future shows up in the present -- and seems to be harboring some critical knowledge about what's to come. She also shows up with a Flash ring which will give Barry an all-new suit. Which it sounds like might come in handy when facing of this season's big bad, Chris Klein's Cicada, a regular guy with a serious grudge against all metahumans.
Supergirl's fourth season looks to be a little more grounded in current events between the introduction of a Russian villain and the all-too-familiar rhetoric of Agent Liberty. It's not all bad, though, as this year will introduce the first transgender superhero, Nia Nal, better known as Dreamer. In the middle of it all, Supergirl, who'll be sporting a fancy new suit with a light-up 'S,' clearly has no intention of giving up her home without a fight.
The Simpsons creator Matt Groening turned sci-fi on it's head with the brilliant Futurama— will he do the same for fantasy? We hope so. His new show is called Disenchantment, and where Futurama gave us some Douglas Adams vibes, this trailer has a little Terry Pratchett mixed with Monty Python and Galavant. It premieres on Netflix on August 17.
Amazon's horror anthology returns for a second helping of bone-chilling true tales. This time around, The Exorcist's Sean Crouch has joined the party as both an executive producer and showrunner. Season 2, which premieres in October, promises to be scarier than the first, while also focusing on more intimate stories.
The CW's series longest running series might be getting fewer episodes in its upcoming 14th season, but it doesn't seem like it'll be slowing down much at all. While the season will focus largely on what's to become of Dean following his possession by Michael, the series' upcoming 300th episode promises a big surprise coming our way.
The crew of The Orville will be back for season 2 in December, and here's a first look at some of adventures they will be having. It's a comedy, but it also has a big heart...as well as some surprisingly serious moments. It's a hard show to classify, but in the end it's spaceships and uniforms and joint birthday parties— we look forward to the return of Seth MacFarlane's wacky mashup.
"The Purge is America." After four successful runs at the box office, The Purge is coming to the small screen. This 10-episode series will be a standalone event, and from the look of things, will be every bit as violent as the movies it's based on. While each Purge film has widened its scope of the world, a TV series gives it a chance to show the fallout from this 12-hour window of lawlessness in all-new ways.
The Man in the High Castle
The Amazon Prime adaptation of Philip K. Dick's landmark work is coming back for a third season, and here's a look at all of the alternate reality craziness that will be coming with it. It's not always easy to watch this show where Nazis reign supreme, but it looks like it's time for the resistance to truly rise. We'll be there.
Roswell, New Mexico
Are you ready to return to Roswell? The CW is hoping that you are. This reboot looks like it's going to move away from the storylines of the original show, and introduce some classic ones from the books that both series are based on. Shiri Appleby is nowhere in sight, but we'll try and get past that. No promises.
This first look at YouTube's original series about passengers on a damaged spaceship looks very promising. Adding in the fact that the cast features Harry Potter veterans Tom Felton and Natalia Tena, and this show officially has our interest.