Comic-Con Countdown: 11 'Catching Fire' Posters, 'The Walking Dead,' and Aaron Eckhart Looks Ripped

Here we go folks, our final Comic-Con countdown post. Come tomorrow, the madness will begin with preview night. Make sure you have our Fanboy Fix Guide bookmarked for the latest Comic-Con coverage.

OK, let's jump into today's shiny new attractions.

One of the biggest panels The Hunger Games: Catching Fire continued its countdown to its new trailer release/Hall H panel on Saturday. Today, we got 11 new character posters from the film, including a lot of first looks at the supporting characters like BeeTee and Johanna Mason.  Take a look below at the newest poster, which touts the Quarter Quell. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire opens November 22. Click on the posters for larger versions (except for Katniss, Aquaman Gloss and Peeta).





Sticking with the poster theme, Comic-Con posters for Seventh Son and The Lego Movie continue to be unveiled. Here are the latest for each movie, both of which will be featured at Warner Bros.' Hall H panel on Saturday. The Seventh Son poster features Man of Steel actress Antje Traue while the Lego poster turns its back on us.

One of the hottest draws on Friday afternoon in Hall H will be two of the hottest TV shows on cable. Preceding Game of Thrones will be The Walking Dead and today, we got a look at the Comic-Con poster for that show which features, what else, lots of zombies.

Aaron Eckhart's I, Frankenstein will precede The Hunger Games panel on Saturday. Yesterday, we got  a look at three posters from the movie and today, Lionsgate has followed up with the release of a first look picture of Echkart and his ripped abs.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is without question Sony's biggest panel on Friday afternoon. Today, we got a new banner of the web-slinger. Click it for a larger version.

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