SDCC 2022 -Final Day Wrap-up

Photo by Kevin Green © 2013 SDCC

The final day of SDCC has come to a close and while everyone is talking about the big Marvel news from Day Three there is still plenty of other stuff to cover. If you aren’t already caught up check out our Day One, Day Two and Day Three wrap-ups for anything you missed so far.


  • Post Hall H Marvel interviews have the only Spider-Man mention with Kevin Feige saying Daredevil and Spider-Man are street level heroes. Kevin also mentions there are further plans for Harry Styles Eros (and Pip)
  • The Goon movie is heading to Netflix
  • The John Stewart lead Green Lantern: Beware My Power got a preview at SDCC and some rave reviews. The movie is due out this month on streaming for purchase
  • Viola Davis is confirmed as returning as Amanda Waller in Black Adam


  • Zack Snyder confirmed on Twitter that he will be on an upcoming episode of Teen Titans Go!
  • It’s Morbin Time with Jacob Batalon (Ned from Spider-Man) playing a vampire in the teaser for the new series Reginald the Vampire
  • The Danny DeVito/Aubrey Plaza animated series Little Demon released their SDCC sneak peak
  • Disney+ Armor Wars series writer Yassir Lester has come out on Instagram saying Armor Wars is still happening despite being missing from the Marvel Phase 4-5-6 timelines shown at Hall H
  • Marvel also teased more announcements next month at D23



  • In Gotham Knights news Damian was teased during a SDCC panel (the game currently has Tim Drake as the playable Robin)


  • The finale figure in Hasbro’s Marvel Legends What if… Infinite Ultron wave has been revealed as…MCU She-Hulk in her purple, white and black supersuit. And yes Edna, no capes…
  • Hasbro has revealed the lineup of Marvel Legends Black Panther Wakanda Forever MCU tie-in wave. Figures include: Namor (the Sub Mariner), Marvel’s Nakia, Okoye, Everett Ross, Hatut Zeraze, and Black Panther based on the 2003 Christopher Priest Comic run of the same name with an Atlantean Build-a-Figure.
  • In addition to the Hasbro line-up a series of Wakanda Forever Pops have been announced by Marvel

And that brings us to a close for the first SDCC in 3 years. Let’s just hope everyone can be cool and we can do this all again next year (if we don’t get a lot of new news from New York Comic-Con later this year)