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DC Universe: Swamp Thing – Loose Ends



So here we are. The final episode of the series. Darn shame since the potential for it to be more is there and of course the series does end in some finality. Some. For an episode called “Loose Ends” there are so many loose ends left. Sadly, an actual end we’ll never get. What we got. Wasn’t bad. Just that it was like any TV series. Sometimes it gets another season. Sometimes it doesn’t and it leaves one hanging wanting more.

I do kind want more. Even if there was some finality to some characters. We did get an end for about all but two characters. Not surprisingly, both are the antagonists of the show. I mean seriously what the hell is up with that last scene with Avery (Will Patton)? Like what the hell? On the other hand, I guess his personal hell has just begun.

Then there’s Jason Woodrue (Kevin Durand). Throughout the series we’ve seen this man who was a accomplished scientist find something, and become increasingly obsessed with it. Going to a new insane length for it. Whelp, this episode the final domino falls and Woodrue becomes what he was destined in the comics to be. The real crime is we’ll never see this version of Woodrue go against Swamp Thing (Derek Mears).

The thing is though, I did like the closure we got in this episode between where Swamp Thing is currently, and what he once was in Alec Holland (Andy Bean). Add to that the final scene he has with Abby (Crystal Reed). It truly did feel a nice end for both their characters. About the best end they could get given how abruptly the show was axed.

I really have to say Mears did a fantastic job as Swamp Thing. The suit, and his acting was just note perfect for the character. I mean Dick Durlock was the 80s and early 90s Swamp Thing, but Mears taps into that same character so well. I hope like Durlock, if there ever is another media version that they get Mears back. Cause damn he was good in this show.

I wish the same for Abby, but with what we get here. Abby does get some good moments. I just well, we get some damn finality with Harlan. I mean come on! How can they not give us some finality with that? Is he safe? Everyone got some end, but poor Harlan is in a freaking Conclave cell or something. Why didn’t he get some finality dammit?!

On another note. Damn did it treat the older set of female characters in this dirty. I mean I get that Maria (Virginia Madsen) opened a pandora’s box of bad spirits. And she sort of gets a happy ending. If you can call being stuck in the nut house for the rest of your life, with your mind broken. Then there’s the poor Sheriff (Jennifer Beals) who was dirty, but damn that was such a brutal end for her. Like damn. I just had to pause the video given how nasty her fate was in this series. Least Liz (Marie Sten) got out with a happy end and was safe from the crazy this series had. I figured given she was the noisy reporter that was a death warrant on these sorts of shows.

There was some damn fine performances all around by many (Mears, Reed, Sten, Patton, Beals, Bean, and Wade).  Hell, Henderson Wade deserves so much for taking such a cliché character that he was stuck with and made it work. His end was the worst because just when you thought everything was safe as those damn credits rolled. Bam! We get an end credit sequence. It was a nice teaser but again, nothing will probably ever come for it.

For what it was, Swamp Thing was a very entertaining horror series with that superhero twist to it. In many ways it reminded me very much of the early 90s show. A pity it wasn’t allowed to grow like that was for several seasons. But for what we got it was very pretty and I can easily see this becoming a cult classic TV show that many will look back on fondly. It did tell a mostly cohearant story from beginning to end. It did things with the character in other media it never tried. So for that I’m glad it told the tale it did. I just wish it ended on a somewhat better note for some. Like Harlan…. Poor Harlan.


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The HISTORY Channel’s “The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch” To Make Panel Debut at San Diego Comic-Con



“The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch,” a hit nonfiction series on the HISTORY Channel, is making its debut at San Diego Comic-Con with an exclusive panel. The panel will feature aerospace engineer, astrophysicist, and lead scientist Dr. Travis Taylor; Defense Intelligence Senior Executive (Retired) Jay Stratton; and others. The series follows current ranch owner Brandon Fugal and an accredited team of scientists, researchers, and experts as they conduct carefully curated scientific experiments, daring drilling and drone exercises, and more to uncover what’s taking place on the anomalous 512-acre hotspot of high strangeness and UAP-related activity. New episodes currently air on Tuesdays at 9/8c, with the two-hour season five finale airing on Tuesday, July 23 at 9/8c.

HISTORY’s “THE SECRET OF SKINWALKER RANCH” PANEL – Thursday, July 25 from 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. – Hilton San Diego Bayfront (Indigo Ballroom)

Can You Keep A Secret? Unveiling the Secrets of Skinwalker Ranch – Ever seen a UAP? Or witnessed something strange and unusual that you couldn’t explain? Join the experts from The HISTORY® Channel’s hit series The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch, including astrophysicist and lead scientist Dr. Travis Taylor and others, for a dynamic panel discussing the motivations, inclinations and secret findings currently taking place at one of the most infamous UAP and paranormal hotspots to ever exist. The moderator will be Matt Zoller Seitz (New York Magazine/Vulture). Cast subject to change.

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Adult Swim, the global leader in adult animation, unveiled plans today for San Diego Comic-Con which includes an ongoing Pirate-themed fan “parrrty” featuring a series of special evening events, exclusive panels diving into key Adult Swim programs, and the kick-off of a cross-country mobile tour to celebrate “Rick and Morty: The Anime.”

“For reasons too long to get into, we at Adult Swim have always used a pirate ship (and, owls, but maybe we’ll do that at a later con) as a metaphor for how we operate,” said Michael Ouweleen, president, Adult Swim. “We thought since we like to think of us, fans and network, as all one thing, that we should bring the pirate ship to the harbor of San Diego this year and let everyone join us on the – erm – poop deck.”


Adult Swim will crash onto the shores of San Diego with a shipwreck adventure on the network’s Adult Swim on the Green space outside the San Diego Convention Center (5th Avenue Landing and Convention Way). The “Adult Swim Pirate Parrrty” will include custom games, exclusive first looks, giveaways, and evening entertainment including DJ laser sets – no badge required!

The space will also host a series of special evening events including:

  • AEW x Adult Swim “Battle for the Booty” Wrestling Tournament – Join a collection of AEW wrestlers who will face off in a tag team tournament against famous Adult Swim faces for a no-holds-barred event as each competitor vies for the chance to win the “Battle for the Booty” title. Thursday (7/25) at 7:30pm
  • Adult Swim’s Night of New – Comic-Con attendees will be the first to experience a collection of brand-new Adult Swim series at this special screening event featuring the full-length premiere episodes of “Common Side Effects,” “Rick and Morty: The Anime,” “Invincible Fight Girl,” and “Women Wearing Shoulder Pads” alongside more never-before-seen Adult Swim content.  The screening will also be livestreamed in real-time on Adult Swim’s YouTube Channel. Don’t miss your chance! Friday (7/26) at 7:30pm
  • Fun with Zach and Michael – Fresh off the finale of the hit series’ second season, join “SMILING FRIENDS” co-creators Michael Cusack and Zach Hadel for a special live-draw and fan Q&A event. Saturday (7/27) at 7:30pm

The first 1,000 attendees to join the “Adult Swim Pirate Parrrty” at 1pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday will receive an exclusive giveaway! For more details on the “Adult Swim Pirate Parrrty” visit here.


This summer marks the return of the famed Rickmobile and Mortymobile for Adult Swim’s “Anime-rican” tour in support of the new series “Rick and Morty: The Anime,” and San Diego Comic-Con is its first stop! Fans attending the “Adult Swim Pirate Parrrty” will have a chance for a photo-op with the Mortymobile, while the Rickmobile will roam San Diego’s Gaslamp District with special giveaways. After Comic-Con, both the Rickmobile and the Mortymobile will cross the country for a nine-city tour that will conclude in Adult Swim’s hometown of Atlanta.


The fun continues inside with a series of can’t-miss panels featuring advanced looks, breaking news and insightful discussion from series creators and voice talent:

  • Adult Swim’s “Common Side Effects” Series First Look – Come experience the side effects of an incredible panel discussion about Adult Swim’s highly anticipated new series.  “Common Side Effects.”  From executive producers Mike Judge and Greg Daniels, and creators Joe Bennett and Steve Hely, this comedic thriller follows two former high school lab partners who take on big pharma and government agencies as they try to bring a medicine that cures everything to the whole world. Co-creator Steve Hely and writer/director Sean Buckelew will join the series voice cast including Martha KellyEmily PendergastJoseph Lee Anderson and Dave King to discuss the new series. Friday (7/26) at 11am, Indigo Ballroom
  • Adult Swim’s “Rick And Morty: The Anime” Series First Look – Go further into the multiverse of Rick and Morty with the new series “Rick and Morty: The Anime” as it lands at San Diego Comic-Con.  Writer/director Takashi Sano, producers Joseph Chou and Takenari Maeda, and Adult Swim’s head of action and anime Jason DeMarco will share details about the intergalactic adventure and show you the inner workings of the new series on Adult Swim. Friday (7/26) at 12pm, Indigo Ballroom
  • “My Adventures with Superman” Screening Presentation and Panel – Join executive producers Jake WyattJosie CampbellBrendan Clogher, and voice cast members Jack QuaidAlice LeeIshmel Sahid, and Kiana Madeira as they answer your burning questions from season two. Plus get the early scoop on all the action, comedy, and romance that awaits Clark, Lois, and Jimmy in season three. Airing on Adult Swim, “My Adventures with Superman” is produced by Warner Bros. Animation. Saturday (7/27) at 10am, Indigo Ballroom 
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BMI® and White Bear PR are excited to present “The Character of Music: The Art of Scoring for Animation,” at Comic-Con 2024. The panelists include BMI composers Sherri Chung, Deana Kiner, Kevin Kiner, Sean Kiner, Joy Ngiaw, along with composers The Newton Brothers and songwriter Alex Seaver. The panel will be moderated by White Bear PR’s Chandler Poling and introduced by BMI’s Director, Film, TV & Visual Media, Louie Stephens.

Step into the mesmerizing world where sound meets artistry at this year’s “The Character of Music: The Art of Scoring for Animation” panel. Discover how composers work hand in hand with animators and directors to weave a seamless tapestry of sound and imagery. The panelists include Deana, Kevin and Sean Kiner (Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Star Wars: The Bad Batch, Star Wars: Rebels), Sherri Chung (Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai, Based On A True Story), Joy Ngiaw (Blush, Barbie Mysteries), The Newton Brothers (X-MEN ’97), and songwriter Alex Seaver aka MAKO (Arcane: League of Legends). 

San Diego Convention Center Room 6BCF
111 W. Harbor Dr.
San Diego, CA 92101 

Sunday, July 28, 2024 


2:15 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. PST

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