There’s a television invasion at San Diego Comic-Con this summer, as Warner Bros. announced that they will bring an unprecedented 14 TV shows to the July convention. Fringe, Chuck and Batman: The Brave and the Bold are returning for another year at the Con, with new shows Nikita and Unnatural History making their first appearances.
Warner Bros. will run a 3,000 square foot booth at the con, as it has in years past, where they will host video demos, autograph signing sessions, and swag giveaways. They are also screening the pilot of Nikita, and new episodes from series such as Children’s Hospital and Batman: The Brave And The Bold.
While some of Warner Bros.’s choices for the show seem to be stretching the definition of nerd fare (I don’t know anyone who’s foaming at the mouth for Scooby Doo! Mystery Incorporated) the company is showing a very strong sci-fi lineup. Mainstream television has often been hesitant to come out with hard science fiction and fantasy programming, leaving shows like Merlin and Battlestar Galactica to the Syfy channel. Lately, however, the networks are beginning to embrace shows with genre elements and a nerdy influence. Since Lost ended there’s room on TV for a new sci-fi epic, and Warner Bros. might be interested in bringing it to us.
Source: The Collider
Episode 1. Beware the Beast From Below
(AIR DATE 07/12/2010)
Episode 2. The Creeping Creatures
(AIR DATE 07/19/2010)
The gang heads to Gatorsburg where they are attacked by Gator People. In the end, the Gator People are really just the Gator family scaring people away.
Episode 3. Secret of the Ghost Rig
(AIR DATE 07/26/2010)
Episode 4. Revenge of the Man Crab
(AIR DATE 08/02/2010)
Episode 5. The Song of Mystery
(AIR DATE 08/09/2010)
The gang is on the case after Daphne - and the entire town of Crystal Cove - discovers that something or someone is turning all the children into monsters. Velma tries to change Shaggy's look, but he stays true to himself.
Episode 6. The Legend of Alice May
(AIR DATE 08/16/2010)
Someone has a crush on Fred - a mysterious girl named Alice May - and her presence in Crystal Cove turns out to be a move by Mr. E.
Episode 7. In Fear of the Phantom
(AIR DATE 08/23/2010)
The gang springs into action when The Phantom disrupts a performance by The Hex Girls and eventually kidnaps Daphne. Fred and Daphne finally become a couple.
Episode 8. The Grasp of the Gnome
(AIR DATE 08/30/2010)
A gnome makes an appearance at a medieval fair and eventually captures Shaggy. Velma receives another cryptic message from Mr. E.
Episode 9. Battle of the Humungonauts
(AIR DATE 09/06/2010)
With large monsters (humungonauts) attacking Crystal Cove, Fred's trap has to succeed and does, capturing Max and Jax, a pair of feuding twins. Fred's plan to have the team wear uniforms does not go as well.
Episode 10. Howl of the Fright Hound
(AIR DATE 10/04/2010)
Episode 11. The Secret Serum
(AIR DATE 10/11/2010)
Episode 12. The Shrieking Madness
(AIR DATE 10/18/2010)
Episode 13. When the Cicada Calls
(AIR DATE 10/25/2010)
Episode 14. Mystery Solvers Club State Finals
(AIR DATE 05/03/2011)
Episode 15. The Wild Brood
(AIR DATE 05/10/2011)
Episode 16. Where Walks Aphrodite
(AIR DATE 05/17/2011)
Episode 17. Escape From Mystery Manor
(AIR DATE 05/24/2011)
Episode 18. The Dragon's Secret
(AIR DATE 05/31/2011)
Episode 19. Night Fright
(AIR DATE 06/07/2011)
Episode 20. The Siren's Song
(AIR DATE 06/14/2011)
Episode 21. Menace of the Manticore
(AIR DATE 06/21/2011)
Episode 22. Attack of the Headless Horror
(AIR DATE 06/28/2011)
Episode 23. A Haunting in Crystal Cove
(AIR DATE 07/19/2011)
Episode 24. Dead Justice
(AIR DATE 07/12/2011)
Episode 25. Pawn of Shadows
(AIR DATE 07/19/2011)
Episode 26. All Fear the Freak
(AIR DATE 07/26/2011)