Apart from the amazing trailers, posters and interesting details that were revealed and announced during Comic-Con, here are the other good things that happened.

Abby the Dog

The "Game of Thrones" panel held at Hall H was composed of Sophie Turner, Gwendoline Christie, Conleth Hill, Alfie Allen, Liam Cunningham, Nathalie Emmanuel, John Bradley, Isaac Hempstead-Wright and Jacob Anderson.

Though the fans were excited to see their favorite stars from the show, Alfie Allen who plays Theon Greyjoy on the show, won the fans over when he brought a cute small dog with him to the stage.

Allen brought his dog Abby to the stage, and during the panel, Abby was well behaved in Allen’s arms.

Allen also talked about his character Theon. He said that this season is about Theon returning to himself after being tortured to Reek by Ramsay Bolton in the previous seasons. The panel was hosted by Kristian Nairn who played the beloved character Hodor.


"Stranger Things," also occupied Hall H, for their panel. They started the show with a new trailer for Season 2, which uses the narrative from Michael Jackson’s Thriller. The panel was hosted by Patton Oswalt, and when he asked for fan questions, the first question came from Barb herself.

The Emmy nominated Shannon Purser, who played the iconic and fan favorite Barb in the show, surprised the cast at the panel and the fans in Hall H when she took off her mask to ask a question.

Purser asked if Barb is going to be in Season 2. Sadly, David Harbour, who plays Chief Hopper, said “No, but there will be justice for Barb. Barb will be avenged.”


It has been announced that for the first time in the 54 years of the famous show Doctor Who, the Doctor is going to be a woman, to be played by Jodie Whittaker.

In celebration of this, the panel host John Barrowman wore a TARDIS dress to Comic-Con.

John Barrowman is known for playing Captain Jack Harkness in Doctor Who and the spin-off series Torchwood. Barrowman said he wore the dress to celebrate the changes that are happening. He entered the stage singing Barry Manilow’s Copacabana while reading the lyrics off of his phone.

Ezra is Ed

Last year, Ezra Miller, who plays The Flash, joined the panel of DC’s Justice League wearing a costume as Gandalf from the Lord of the Rings. This year, Miller went to Comic-Con as a popular anime character. He dressed up as Edward Elric from the anime and manga Fullmetal Alchemist created by Hiromu Arakawa.

Miller wore the iconic red robe, a glove as the metal arm and a long blond wig with a braid that falls over his shoulder. Fans were delighted by the actor’s costume.

Truth or Dance

Jenna Dewan-Tatum, who is a huge fan of the show "Outlander," hosted the show’s panel. On her way to Comic-Con, she thought of a game to play with the show’s cast. The game is called Truth or Dance, Dewan-Tatum asks a question, and if the cast member can’t answer, they will have to dance.

Catriona Balfe was first to show off her moves after being asked if she would prefer a kissing scene with Sam Heughan or Tobias Menzies. Heughan was up next, and danced with Dewan-Tatum, so did Sophie Skelton. Richard Rankin also showed off his moves and took Dewan-Tatum with an elegant waltz.

While Balfe was finishing an answer to fan’s question, Graham McTavish (who played Dougal McKenzie) suddenly appeared on stage, surprising the other cast members and the fans. He too showed some dance moves to the delight of the fans.