What really happens when you go to Comic Con? This musical number will get you up to speed. Via DweebCast.
George R.R. Martin may write about Khaleesi, but he doesn't actually get to be her, which he probably feels quite sad about. Hence this being an opportunity just too good to pass up...Via justbeingfrank.
The third installment of Dorkly's people you see at every nerd convention series.
Scrutiny around Zack Snyder's Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice has been intense, so it's not surprising that some teaser footage has leaked from Hall H of San Diego Comic Con. The quality isn't great, but the clip is still worth a look. Be quick, though, we have a feeling that it won't stay online for long...
Another gem from San Diego Comic Con has been the release of the trailer for The Walking Dead, season 5. We've placed it after the cut due to some potential spoilers - just hit Read More below to see it. Your favourite zombie survivors return to US screens on 12th October, and on Fox in the UK the day after.
This gag reel for Game of Thrones' fourth season was released at the 2014 San Diego Comic Con. Get ready for fluffed lines and silliness a-go-go!
This is Lee Weir, and he has broken the world record for 'most tattoos of the same character tattooed on the body.' And that character, of course, is Homer Simpson, who - having been inked onto his body no less than 41 times - we can only assume is someone Lee really, really likes.
Here's the new poster for The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies, and it is spectacular. Yep, we definitely wouldn't want to be standing on that bridge with nothing but a measly bow and arrow...Via The Hobbit's twitter page.
Brick builder Imagine Rigney has re-created BioShock Infinite's Bank of the Prophet in LEGO. Not only has Rigney replicated the structure of the building from the game, but it comes with miniature figures of Booker, Elizabeth, Songbird and even Robert and Rosalind Lutece. This work of art (because you can't really call it anything else) was exhibited at Brickworld in Chicago, where we can only assume it attracted lots of ooohs and ahhhs. See more images - and a quick video - after the cut.