What does a world full of fallen angels look like? That's the question on every Supernatural fan's mind after the Season 8 finale.
"We're going to learn pretty quickly that a world full of fallen angels is pretty much a free-for-all," executive producer Jeremy Carver said at Sunday's Comic-Con panel, moderated by TV Guide Magazine's Rich Sands. "We've got lots of angels out there with lots of different agendas. ... A world of fallen angels is a dirty, bloody, scary and, in some ways, very human world, and we're very excited to explore that."
The Winchesters might not have super powers (at least Sam doesn't anymore), but that doesn't mean they aren't superheroes.
In anticipation of Comic-Con, Supernatural's Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles channeled their inner avengers to model the caped backpacks in Warner Bros. will be providing at the weekend event.
Sam and Dean infiltrate the world of LARPers as they work a regular monster-of-the-week case that reconnects them with Charlie from Season 7's "The Girl with the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo." Yes, live action role-playing is the name of the game and Supernatural went all out to bring it to life. Time for a trip to Moondoor.
Charlie isn't the only one to make a return engagement in "LARP and the Real Girl" (although it was really great to see her working with the boys once again). We were also reunited with Adorkable Dean. Emphasis on "dork." Well, emphasis on "adorable" too. I love, love, love that he's able to channel his inner geek and tap into his fun side for this case. At first, you can tell this Larping thing intrigues him but he keeps his interest on the down low. He has a rep to protect, after all. Soon, he's giving Charlie some strategy advice and when he dons that handmaiden outfit, it's all on.
"Sorry, Sam, you are well and truly alone."
That taunt at the end of last year's Supernatural finale sets up the psychological drama for Season 8, which kicks off Wednesday (9/8c, The CW). Sam and Dean Winchester (Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles) reunite in the premiere, but all is not as it once was. It's been a year since they've fought evil together, and each of the brothers have spent that time in very different, life-altering ways.
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