San Diego Comic-Con left in its wake a legion of trailers for upcoming movies and TV shows ranging from pure superheroics to cannibal horror to post-apocalyptic kung-fu. Some look very promising, others look underwhelming, but we know you want to see every last one of them. So, here are all the biggest trailers that emerged from the con over the weekend.
BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE
This was easily the most talked about pure trailer of the weekend, and you’ve probably already seen it, but watch it again just for that shot of Wonder Woman finally getting her big-screen moment.
STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS
It’s not so much a trailer as it a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film, but there’s so much awesome new stuff to look at that we’re including it anyway.
This trailer wasn’t even supposed to hit the ‘net, but fans bootlegging it from the con forced Warner Bros.’ hand. It’s got loads of action, and it’s capped off by Jared Leto as a legitimately terrifying Joker.
FEAR THE WALKING DEAD
This summer, AMC’s taking a stab at a second zombie series, this one focusing on the early days of the outbreak and the people who fight to survive amidst the confusion. It’s intriguing, but you have to wonder how long this premise can sustain itself.
The “final” trailer for next month’s superhero adventure screened at the con on Saturday. It’s our best look yet at the film, but if you’re still on the fence it still might not sway you.
THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.
Director Guy Ritchie (Sherlock Holmes) led a revival of the classic '60s spy series, and delivered five minutes of slick footage to the Comic-Con crowd. Now we just have to hope this trailer doesn’t feature the only good parts the movie has to offer.
THE HUNGER GAMES: MOCKINGJAY PART 2
The final Hunger Games film has yet to release a full trailer, but Comic-Con did give us this very stylish faux-propaganda piece starring Jennifer Lawrence’s Katniss Everdeen.
THE GREEN INFERNO
Director Eli Roth (Hostel) is trying his hand at a version of notorious horror films like Cannibal Holocaust this year. The Comic-Con sneak peek is very brief, but it’s also very terrifying.
ASH VS. EVIL DEAD
Bruce Campbell returns to the role that made him a cult icon in this Starz revival series. Full of boomsticks, chainsaws, and buckets of blood, this was the grooviest trailer to hit the con.
INTO THE BADLANDS
Having already conquered zombies and period pieces, AMC is trying something different with this series. It’s part wasteland adventure, part swashbuckler, and part kung-fu. Hopefully that turns out to be a fun combination.
THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE
The pilot for this Amazon adaptation of Philip K. Dick’s alternate history novel has been around for months, but with a full season on the way soon, the show rolled out a new trailer for Comic-Con that showcases all the detailed designs of a world in which the Nazis won.
HAND OF GOD
If the “man hears the voice of God” premise doesn’t grab you, then Ron Perlman on a hellbent quest for vengeance will.
Because there is simply no franchise we can leave alone anymore, we’re getting an Omen sequel series from A&E next year.
THE WALKING DEAD
AMC’s zombie megahit shambled into Comic-Con and brought a super-sized trailer with it. Rick’s gone a little crazy again, and this time just about everyone has turned on him.
The NBC series Heroes has already gone from acclaimed hit to rating success to burned-out has-been in its lifetime, so now NBC’s going to try to complete the cycle with a revival and make it into a redeemed classic.
For Peter Capaldi’s second year in the TARDIS, we get new monsters, old favorites, and a dose of young blood in the form of Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams.
Hannibal might be cancelled at NBC, but it’s not out of stories to tell. For Comic-Con, creator Bryan Fuller unveiled this teaser for the upcoming Red Dragon story arc.