Comic Con 2015: A Look Back At Wins And Loses

By Maria Slither - 15 Jul '15 08:52AM

Days after the Comic Con in San Diego and we are filled with memories of that eventful weekend that has thrilled geeks, cosplayers, movie and TV stars alike. Before moving on completely and looking forward for another Comic Con in 2016, here is a list of winners and losers who made the event extra special. puts Lucasfilm's Star Wars: The Force Awakens on top of its list based on the excitement that happened in Hall H where a meet-and-greet of old and new Star Wars cast including the special appearance of Harrison Ford.

Afterwards, fans are treated with raw footages of the upcoming sequel and behind-the-scenes of the making of the film. During the concert, fans are also escorted by Storm Trooper into the hall to experience a Star Wars concert and a fireworks display later on.

In the Best Cosplay category, the Mad Max Fury families got the award with its stunning Furiosas, Mad Maxes, War Boys, Brides and Immortan Joes customes.

Ennio Moricone also received the Best Score award for his take on the movie The Hateful Eight. With his success, Quentin Tarantino also announced right at that moment that he wants the composer to score his upcoming movie "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly."

Other major awards also include the Best Trailer which was awarded to Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and the Best New Movie Poster to X-Men: Apocalypse.

Sci-fi movie Deadpool with lead actor Ryan Reynolds was also given the Best Pop award, according to Vulture.

World of Warcraft, The Force Awakens directed by JJ Abrams and Rock the Kasbah are also one of the entries that have been most sought-after in the event.

Meanwhile, despite the excitement, fun and positive outcome of the Comic Con 2015 in San Diego, The Verge pointed an aspect that needs to be improved in the next Comic Cons.

Because of its bourgeoning popularity, the event's venue cannot accommodate all visitors who are said to have waited in line for a long time, some of them have to wait for seventeen long hours just to get a ticket!

Also, participants are said not to have received good accommodations and have braved through the presence of cockroaches and mice just to participate in the event.

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