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Video: This trailer for Sherlock's fourth season managed to escape the closing maw of the San Diego Comic-Con on its final day. Sherlock himself might have wished it hadn't, given that it shows his life going completely to pieces, new villain Toby Jones looking very pleased with himself and lots of guns, helicopters and explosions, which very rarely are good things in Holmes' and Watson's world.

Ben Edlund has a great laugh. Several of them, actually. One of them sounds like the sarcastic giggle of a skinny kid who used to insult his tormentors in ways that they wouldn't even understand. There's another kind of tittering that rings with nostalgia, as he thinks about elements from previous adaptations of The Tick. The laughter I heard the most was the excited cackle that came up when he discussed his new plans for his signature creation.

Sometimes you make a plan assuming things aren't going to go your way. And then they do, and you're kind of stuck with the plan. That's exactly the thinking that resulted in iZombie's morally bankrupt brain seller, Blaine (David Anders), having a giant, eye patch-wearing, mute minion named Chief (Andre Tricoteux).

Video: Legion just telekinetically moved to the top of our "Must-See" list for this spring. The FX show -- about David Haller, an incredibly powerful mutant who doesn't realise the things he sees, hears and does are real -- is completely unlike any other Marvel or superhero show, and it looks intriguing as hell. Watch this first trailer and see for yourself.

It's the jumpsuit that started it all. We've been hearing rumours that Harley Quinn's classic jester outfit had been made for the Suicide Squad film, but we didn't know whether they actually used it. Well, B-roll footage released at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday has given us the answer, and it's a resounding "Hell yes!"

At the Orphan Black panel at Comic-Con, Orphan Black co-creator John Fawcett said the most obvious and yet the most wonderful thing about the show's fifth and final season: "The focus of season five, obviously, is we all want answers, goddammit."

Briefly: The Marvel Cinematic Universe finally has its first female lead. It's Brie Larson, who'll play Captain Marvel in a movie that's coming out March 2019. It's news we heard rumoured months ago but Marvel waited until Comic-Con to officially confirm it. Check out the logo after the jump.