Out of all the stuff seen at this year's Comic-Con, will the above image be the most memorable? In response to Jeff Wells' question of whether Saturday's eye-stabbing incident was the event's "Altamont moment," I could only wondered if Morgan Spurlock followed in the Maysles brothers' footsteps and caught the incident on camera while shooting his and Joss Whedon's SDCC documentary. Seriously, though, we wish the victim a speedy recovery.

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Sci-Fi, Fantasy & Superheroes.
A lot of speculation that Thanos will be the villain in The Avengers has come with the reveal of an Infinity Gauntlet prop.
Or will that Gauntlet-related villain simply be Thor's Loki? Tom Hiddleston hints his evil character might be in the film.
Star Trek 2 will not begin filming in January, as far as Zachary Quinto knows. He also understands if J.J. Abrams doesn't return to direct.
This might be a tease at what Legendary Pictures' new Godzilla movie will look like.
Speaking of both Abrams and monster movies, Cloverfield 2 is tentatively on hold. "Not dead, dormant."

It didn't make the special SDCC edition of the Trailer Park, but here's the spot for 30 Days of Night: Dark Days.
MTV's Teen Wolf series will supposedly be much edgier than the movies.

Con Tangents.
Here's photo-gallery proof that "People at Comic-Con Love Boobs."
Collider Entertainment has been formed to bring Hollywood talent to comics, rather than bring comics to Hollywood talent.
Similarly, Antoine Fuqua and Wesley Snipes have their own sci-fi comic book, After Dark.
Tommy Wiseau confirmed to Movieline that next year The Room will get a 3D release!
Four indie filmmakers are uniting for an anthology-like adaptation of Will Eisner's 1930s immigrant tale A Contract With God.
A reason to mention Glee on a movie blog: they're doing a Rocky Horror-themed episode.

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