Comic-Con's Best Trailers

Comic-Con's Best Trailers

- By Chris Hudson

From a Marvel superhero in a horror storyline to animated Star Trek, with many Walking Deads in between.

From a Marvel superhero in a horror storyline to animated Star Trek and with many Walking Deads in between, these are the trailers you need to see from San Diego Comic-Con @ Home this past weekend.

Check out full Comic Con stories on HBO’s thriller 'Lovecraft Country' debuting a teaser and Simon Pegg & Nick Frost combining again for Amazon's paranormal parody 'Truth Seekers'


A darkly sinister web of crossing storylines seems to be on the verge of spiraling into chaos featuring a comic book land, (a maybe too close to home) pandemic, rabbit costumes, explosions and global warfare.

From Gillian Flynn, the writer of the 'Gone Girl' and 'Sharp Objects', and starring Rainn Wilson, John Cusack, Sasha Lane, and many more, this thriller will hit Amazon Prime Video this Fall.

Marvel's Helstrom

While the trailer didn't give much, we're all down for a demonic storyline in the Marvel franchise (even though it's a stand alone show) that brings the chills the way this teaser did.

The general vibe is the children of a past serial killer hunt down the brutal monsters, figurative or literal has yet to be truly revealed, left in this world while Mommie Dearest broods in a psychiatric lock down.

Coming to Hulu Oct 16th and starring Tom Austen, Sydney Lemmon & Elizabeth Marvel.


Archer is back for Season 11 and is bringing Jamie Lee Curtis and Simon Pegg along for this season's adventure. After seasons of themed adventures, it seems Archer is back to basics. Karate Island Boners anyone?

Returning Sept 16th on FXX.

Star Trek: Lower Decks

Rick & Morty + Star Trek = Star Trek: Lower Decks...and we're here for it.

Developed by Rick & Morty writer Mike McMahan, the animated series follows the "the support crew serving on one of Starfleet’s least important ships" as they make second contact dealing with all the things we've never seen the star captains waste their time with when finding new species across the universe.

Launching on CBS All Access on Aug. 6th and already picked up for a second season.

Speaking of Rick & Morty....

Rick and Morty

The acclaimed cult animated show dropped an unexpected short anime film, Rick and Morty vs Genocider, diverging from the traditional animated looks as they explore Tokyo.

Continuing with the non-traditional looks, Rick and Morty also got a quick clip showcase of an incomplete animated first look scene of Season 5.

The Walking Dead: The World Beyond

The Walking Dead Season 10 finale will finally hit homes Oct 4th, with the new spinoff series ,The Walking Dead: World Beyond immediately following with the first of a 10 episode run.

More good news for The Walking Dead fans as they announced they'll be dropping 6 more episodes to Season 10 while they try to get Season 11 back on track.

This new spinoff series is the third The Walking Dead series following the success of Fear the Walking Dead (more on that below), with this one giving off more of a young adult/teen vibe than the gnarly original series.

Fear the Walking Dead

Returns Sunday, October 11 but snag a haunting and explosive first look below.

His Dark Materials

HBO's dark fantasy continues its twisted exploration into the worlds with gruesome foreshadowing. Returning this Fall.

Non Trailer News:

Amazon's The Boys is picked up for Season 3, with hopefully more Slipknot.
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