SDCC'14: Fox Releases Posters For GOTHAM, THE SIMPSONS, SLEEPY HOLLOW & More

Along with the cool new posters (although the Gotham one is just the previously seen character images grouped together unfortunately) we also have the official panel information for each show. Take a look after the jump..

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By Mark "RorMachine" Cassidy - 7/15/2014

THE SIMPSONS SATURDAY 10:00-11:00 AM – Ballroom 20: Celebrate the 25th anniversary of THE SIMPSONS – no gifts please – with creator Matt Groening, executive producer Al Jean, supervising director Mike Anderson and director-for-life David Silverman. Topics include the new “Treehouse of Horror,” “Simpsorama,” a visit from Homer Simpson and much, much more.


FAMILY GUY SATURDAY: 1:00 PM-1:45 PM – Ballroom 20 The Griffins are back at Comic-Con with an exclusive sneak peek at the historic FAMILY GUY/THE SIMPSONS crossover episode, “The Simpsons Guy,” in which Peter and clan hit Springfield! Celebrate Season 13 with voice stars Seth Green and Mike Henry, as well as executive producers Rich Appel, Steve Callaghan, Danny Smith and co-executive producer Peter Shin, plus surprise guests.


Sleepy-Hollow

SLEEPY HOLLOW FRIDAY 5:45-6:45 PM – Room 6BCF: SLEEPY HOLLOW executive producers Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, Len Wiseman, Mark Goffman and Heather Kadin return to Comic-Con with the breakout show of last season, featuring an exclusive look at the highly anticipated second season, followed by a fan Q&A, featuring cast members Tom Mison, Nicole Beharie, John Noble, Orlando Jones, Lyndie Greenwood and Katia Winter.

Gotham

GOTHAM SATURDAY 8:00-11:00 PM – Hall H (Presented by Warner Bros. Television) Warner Bros. Television presents the World Premiere of GOTHAM as part of the studio’s Night of DC Entertainment. Series stars and the executive producers from GOTHAM will make special appearances on the Hall H stage throughout the three-hour event.

There's also posters for the likes of Bones and The Following at the link below.
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Doopie - 7/15/2014, 5:09 AM
Flaming sword is pretty awesome
SuperCat - 7/15/2014, 5:12 AM
"Gotham" is the only one I want to see.

Doopie - 7/15/2014, 5:15 AM
I'm interested in the FG/Simpsons crossover just to see what they do with it
SuperCat - 7/15/2014, 5:16 AM
Doopie - 7/15/2014, 5:18 AM
they need to make this show

MrReese - 7/15/2014, 5:23 AM
Completely 4got bout the Simpsons/Family Guy crossover.
DrKinsolving - 7/15/2014, 5:36 AM
There's a Simpsons/Family Guy crossover?

I want to check out Gotham, I could see Riddler and Penguin being older than Bruce, I hope it doesn't suck.
BatManiac - 7/15/2014, 5:41 AM
Ivy Pepper?...



WHAT. THE. [frick]?!
BatManiac - 7/15/2014, 5:50 AM
THIS [frick]ING SHOW...



I can't...
TheDarkKryptonian - 7/15/2014, 5:57 AM
IVY PEPPER.

I guess we're just supposed to ignore the fact that she's a clearly established character with a real name.
Steelers4190 - 7/15/2014, 6:08 AM
Gotham: The show with a premise so stupid it is hilarious
Doopie - 7/15/2014, 6:10 AM
Did you know: poison ivy's original name was Lillian Rose? Unbelievably it was changed
DCGuy - 7/15/2014, 6:15 AM
What if she's saying a fake name? calm down people, don't be haters without knowing. and if it a change maybe it's because they are using her real name on Arrow or something else OR it was done to help the viewers know who she will be. wait & see
Doopie - 7/15/2014, 6:22 AM
Who's being butchered though?
Doopie - 7/15/2014, 6:29 AM
But who's being butchered? So Gordon doesn't have his 'tache, Penguin isn't fat (yet), a couple of villains are older than Bruce and Ivy's name has been changed (not for the first time)

so who's being butchered?
BatManiac - 7/15/2014, 6:30 AM
Who's being butchered...?



ALL OF THEM! The Penguin is NOT a 6ft lanky streak of piss. In fact, he's the opposite. Selina Kyle was NEVER Catgirl. Bruce Wayne didn't scream like a little girl when his parents were gunned down. Nygma wasn't a mortician. James Gordon isn't a pretty boy, and wasn't mentored by Bullock, and Poison Ivy's name isn't Ivy [frick]ing Pepper!

This shit isn't a Batman prequel. This is complete reimagining, and a [frick]ing poor one at that. Please, don't sit there and act like Batman fans that read the comics should be happy with this crap.
BatManiac - 7/15/2014, 6:32 AM
Penguin isn't fat yet?...


You don't read Batman comics, do you?
Doopie - 7/15/2014, 6:34 AM
I'm a huge fan of Batman actually. Sure Penguin is traditionally depicted as being short and plump, and this informs his character but maybe they have an alternate reason behind him being called 'Penguin'? What is central to you about Penguin's character?
BatManiac - 7/15/2014, 6:37 AM
The reason Penguin is called the Penguin is because he's short and fat. I'd expect a 'huge' Batman fan to be aware of this basic knowledge.
Doopie - 7/15/2014, 6:42 AM
Oh I'm well aware of that. Do you remember the bit in the trailer when Oswald says 'don't call me that' when referred to as 'Penguin'? He is obviously called penguin for a reason. It may have just changed slightly. He can still be the same character without being exactly the same as the comics.

Selina Kyle is a great example...what is her origin story in your eyes? It has changed. Just as many many things have changed in comics and continue to do so. Same goes for Ivy. Shit even Batman's set up has changed considerably from his early years
RonSwan - 7/15/2014, 6:45 AM
What about the fact that the possible single most influential person in young Bruce's life, Alfred IS NOT even on the main character poster.....no one seems to even speak about him or even care that they aren't!
TimDrake87 - 7/15/2014, 6:48 AM
How exactly has batman's set up changeD over the years also and this show has taken considerable amounts of liberties

ONLY ZERO YEAR AND YEAR ONE !

Jim Gordon being a war veteran!

FISH MOONEY %$^&**&!

Destroying the whole concept that batman creates his own villains. why the frick are there teenage cat woman and ivy kid (pamela isley is the name btw)
TimDrake87 - 7/15/2014, 6:50 AM
bat maniac is spot on compared to this "huge batman fan"
StarYeezus - 7/15/2014, 6:50 AM
Fox's Gotham fanbase:

Enphlieuwince - 7/15/2014, 7:00 AM
That Family Guy/The Simpsons crossover will probably be the last show of the season.
Doopie - 7/15/2014, 7:01 AM
As for your other points...screaming at the sight of your dead parents seems a pretty likely thing for a little boy to do, Nygma's (also sometimes Nashton) job has very little to do with his character, and whilst Gordon wasn't mentored by Bullock, Bullock himself wasn't introduced til the early seventies. Do you see how things can change?

For those of you who think you know the history of Batman - do a little research. Many things have been retconned but that doesn't mean the version we have now is the 'true' version or that the older versions are invalid.

And just because I'm willing to accept a different interpretation of a character and their history doesn't make me any less of a fan.
BatManiac - 7/15/2014, 7:01 AM
I'm not against change. However, every single change made so far in this show has been terrible, and I REFUSE to stand by and keep my mouth shut while Fox butcher some of my favourite characters.
Doopie - 7/15/2014, 7:11 AM
Or...

the scream symbolised the release of the demon within.
BatManiac - 7/15/2014, 7:12 AM
"As for your other points...screaming at the sight of your dead parents seems a pretty likely thing for a little boy to do"

A normal little boy would scream, but Bruce isn't normal. The silence symbolised the 'death' of Bruce Wayne when his parents were gunned down. However, the writers of the show CLEARLY do not understand what happened that night in Crime Alley, and neither do you if you think Bruce Wayne screaming, like any normal little boy, is appropriate.
Doopie - 7/15/2014, 7:15 AM
Batman's set up has changed dramatically from his debut. Batman at various points has; used guns (something modern Batman would only do against Darkseid), has wilfully killed people and was completely overhauled with the introduction of Robin. Ask yourself, if there had never been a Robin and Batman had always been a dark, moody loner then suddenly they introduce this boy side-kick and lighten the whole, would you be up in arms like you are now? The character and his representation has evolved and will continue to do so.

BatManiac - 7/15/2014, 7:15 AM
Hmm, so which one is it? Because a second ago, it was the normal thing to do, and now, it symbolises the 'release of a demon within'? A demon within a perfectly happy little boy? LMAO!
Doopie - 7/15/2014, 7:17 AM
My point on the scream is that there can and will be different interpretations. With a character with such a long and varied history, there is no 'one definitive version'. You have an idea of what Batman and his world is in your mind and someone else has another, and someone else will have another.
tvor03 - 7/15/2014, 7:19 AM
@BatManiac. Fox isn't making this show. They're just airing it. The production companies are DC Entertainment, Primrose Hill Productions, and Warner Bros. Television. So blame those guys.
BatManiac - 7/15/2014, 7:20 AM
Look, if you're fine with a poor reimagining of the characters and mythos, that's fine, but I'm not, and no amount of apologising for this cluster[frick] of a show is going the change that.
BatManiac - 7/15/2014, 7:23 AM
Well then, WB can...
Doopie - 7/15/2014, 7:25 AM
If the show is shit, I'll be the first one to say it. But just like I'm happy to read a 'what if' or an 'elseworlds' tale and take it for what it is, so too am I happy to watch this show.

Batman and his villains will live on long after this show is over and done. The core of it will stay the same but there is no doubt many things will change. If in 20 years time you still read Batman, compare it to a comic from now, or 20 years before that or ones from the 70s. Much will have changed and you won't like it all. But sometimes, amongst the shit some things do stick.
MrNiklander - 7/15/2014, 7:28 AM
I am not interested on Gotham in fact I cant actually watch Arrow or Agents Of Shield I tried to watch but I cant.Is that a bad thing?
Doopie - 7/15/2014, 7:46 AM
You mean you are open to the changes you want. Despite what you may think I am a huge batman fan but I don't particularly like the 'bat-god' depiction we have had in recent times. I like batman because he is a detective. He is smart and solves problems. As a police procedural, this seems pretty close to what is key about batman, even though he himself won't be doing the crime solving. Lighten up and try something different
DarthAbraxas - 7/15/2014, 7:47 AM
fox are pissing all over fantastic four ,they will do the same to gotham just be glad theyr not making the next batman movie itd probably turn out worse than schumachers sh!t
CherryBomb - 7/15/2014, 7:57 AM
Ivy Ficking Pepper.
Frick that.

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