Follow all the news from Comic-Con with Inoreader
Comic-Con is one of the best events of the year for true nerds (like me). It’s not just a show – it’s a place where news get broken about a myriad of TV series, sci-fi movies, book series and everything related to that specific culture. The 46th edition of Comic-Con starts on Thursday and we are all holding our collective breath to hear news from San Diego about Batman vs. Superman, Game of Thrones, X-Men: Apocalypse, The Walking Dead and, of course, the oh-so-waited-for Star Wars Episode VII.
There are a couple of ways you can prepare for the event, if you don’t want any news to fly under your radar. Set-up your Comic-Con listening hub in Inoreader – it will take less than 3 minutes:
- Subscribe to the Comic-Con website feed: just hit the Subscribe button and you’ll have the official news coming from Comic-Con right away.
- Add the Comic-Con Facebook page – seems like we launched the new Facebook page feature just in time. Get the page URL and paste it in the Search bar.
- Add YouTube channels – the official Comic-Con channel seems a bit stale and we’re not sure if it will feature any videos from the event, but there are many channels that will post original content – my personal favorite being The Nerdist. The YouTube channels of production companies like Warner Bros. or HBO’s Game of Thrones are a sure place for any exclusive footage that may be revealed at Comic-Con. And finally, IGN and other news companies will be your go-to place for interveiws, reactions and more. Just build your list of 4-5 trusted sources by adding the URL of the channel or user in the Search bar.
- Create a monitoring feed – if you want all the news, search for “comic-con” and create a monitoring feed. You’ll be getting the information about Comic-Con as it is posted in one aggregated feed. Monitoring feeds can retrieve all related articles from your subscriptions or return results from all public feeds with Global Search (requires a Professional account, but you can also test it with a 14 days free trial)