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Best SDCC 2018 Trailers Movies and TV Shows

SDCC or well the San Diego Comic Con is in full swing and with that comes an array of new trailers for upcoming movies or TV Shows. It's an exciting time as so many panels and teases are present getting fans ready for what's to come over the next year. To build on that I thought it would be great to compile the best SDCC 2018 trailers movies and TV Shows wise. There's a brief description for each as to why and of course the trailers to check out, hopefully none get taken down as these are all from the original sources. Also, a shout out to the Titans trailer that looks just awful.

-Honestly, where did this come from DC? This is colorful, fun and it's full of jokes. Perhaps it's a tad long revealing a lot, but having no idea about the character this is one good showcase of what they might be trying to do. With any DC movie property be sure to be hesitant as I am, after Suicide Squad and Justice League you can't blame me.

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
-A further focus on magic seems to be in display with this second Fantastic Beasts effort. It appears to build out the lore further and introduce many iconic characters in full.

Godzilla: King of the Monsters
-The humans are unleashing all of the monsters upon themselves for some reason. Who cares when there's massive amounts of destruction and iconic giant monsters battling it out.

-The surprise sequel to Unbreakable and Split, get ready as all these strange heroes come together to wage war. It looks dark, twisted and sets up a really interesting situation.

-I'm slightly hesitant to be excited for Aquaman as I see some overly CGI stacked moments, but it also seems fun and embracing the lighter side of things. Black Manta also looks straight up badass.

The Orville Season 2
-A complete mix of fun, this is one exciting and wondrous series. Definitely worth checking out the first season if you somehow missed it.

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Gamerheadquarters Reviewer Jason Stettner