Whether or not you’re physically attending San Diego Comic-Con, there’s no denying the impact it has on the geek community as a whole. Each summer, the pop culture extravaganza plays host to announcements pertaining to movies, TV and comics, not to mention new trailers dropping.
Once again taking part in the festivities is that of TV Guide Magazine, who are releasing a commemorative Comic-Con issue for the tenth consecutive year. To be quite honest, I look forward to picking these up myself, as said tomes often contain a ton of new information in their own right.
This year, the four collectible covers will spotlight Batwoman, Supernatural, Riverdale and a “Powerhouse” collage featuring female characters from a variety or Warner Bros. productions. To whet your appetite, each can be viewed in the gallery found below.
As for what’ll be found within, here’s the preliminary rundown:
- Features on fan favorites The 100, Arrow, Black Lightning, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Doom Patrol, The Flash, Krypton, Legacies, Lucifer, Manifest, Riverdale, Supergirl, Supernatural, Swamp Thing, Titans and Roswell, New Mexico
- Coming Attractions previews of upcoming series Batwoman, Katy Keene, Pennyworth, Stargirl, Veronica Mars and Watchmen
- Inside look at animated series DC Super Hero Girls, Harley Quinn, Teen Titans GO! and Young Justice: Outsiders
- Warner Bros. Home Entertainment’s animated movie Batman: Hush, DC’s Teen Titans: Raven graphic novel, Rooster Teeth’s RWBY and Camp Camp digital series, and a special feature on the DC/Warner Bros. Television USO Tour in Kuwait
- And much more!
If you’re interested in picking up a copy, know this issue of TV Guide will be made available in stores and digitally, beginning on July 16th. Or, if you’re actually attending San Diego Comic-Con, drop by the DC Warner Bros. booth (#4545 on the convention floor) anytime between Wednesday the 17th and Sunday the 21st to claim a free copy.
Batwoman premieres on Sunday, October 6th on The CW, with Riverdale following on Wednesday, October 9th, and Supernatural bringing up the rear on Thursday, October 10th.