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Hosted by Bill Morrison, the Bongo panel was the place to be for all things "Simpsons" and "Futurama" as long time creators and special guests like Thomas Lennon ("Reno 911!") teased upcoming storylines.
Jeff Smith, beloved creator of "Bone" and "Shazam! The Monster Society of Evil" ran his own panel on Saturday at Comic-Con International in San Diego, and discussed his new project, "RASL."
An elite panel including Neil Gaiman, Erik Larsen and Darwyn Cooke gathered at Comic-Con to discuss the enduring influence and legacy of one of comics' most celebrated figures: Jack Kirby.
We're still sifting through over 2500 total photos taken during Comic-Con International in San Diego! We now present part two of our five part photo parade, filled with costumes, creators and celebrities.
Jane Wiedlin visits the CBR Boat Show! The Go-Go's member discusses her career, her first Comic-Con appearance and her upcoming comic that finds her as a space dominatrix! A video interview not to be missed.
In honor of Comic-Con International in San Diego, Robert Taylor asks creators including Mark Waid, Walt Simonson, Seth Green and Greg Rucka for their weirdest convention experiences.
At a panel focussing on the venerable writer-artist, Darwyn Cooke announced he'll be trading "The Spirit" for "more introspective work." CBR News was there and has a full report.
On Saturday at this year's Comic-Con International in San Diego, Joss Whedon and Dark Horse editor Scott Allie discussed the writer's upcoming projects for comics, screen and television.
You probably thought with the con this weekend we forgot - nope! Justin and Brain are back with full commentary on "Countdown" #40, plus some notes on the Palmerverse and more.
The guys at Comics Should Be Good blogged their way through Comic-Con, taking some great pictures and making some keen observations, bringing you San Diego as if you were there!
The CBR Photo Parade is back! We present the first of what will be numerous CBR Photo Parades featuring the sites and sounds of Comic-Con International in San Diego!
Check out the first seven pages of this post-apocalyptic superhero tale from Dark Horse Comics, exclusively on CBR.
Couldn't get to Comic-Con International this weekend? Missed the Cup O' Joe panel? No problem, we've got video coverage of the panel. It's just like you were there in person!
Panelists talked about licensed events and the imminent destruction of the Wildstorm universe. Maybe.
Stay with CBR News as we bring you live coverage from Marvel's "X-Men: Endangered Species" panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Steve Niles tackles two icons of horror, inspired by an icon of fantasy art. The gore starts flying in 2008.
Image founder Todd McFarlane talked about his return to comics (with the help of Robert Kirkman) and all his other projects.
The panel was supposed to talk about Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman ... but let's just say things got a bit off path in the weekend's last chat with DC.
The new comic book company was in full effect at CCI with previews of all their upcoming products.
Oni Press is 10 years old, and James Lucas Jones gave fans a glimpse of the company's next decade this weekend.
A group of talents work together to fight against the forces of failure? It's not some super team -- it's a collection of creators using the Voltron model to take on San Diego.
Writer Bill Willingham and editor Shelly Bond ran an "autopsy" on exactly how an issue of "Fables" is made, while revealing some tidbits about upcoming developments.
If you needed any proof of just how popular Comic-Con International has gotten, here it is.
It was long, and it was strange but Ed Brubaker, Bill Willingham and DC were the big winners in a night of half naked men, palindromes, 80s pop stars and computer malfunctions.
Thursday at Comic-Con International in San Diego, Brian Wood and editor Will Dennis talked to assembled fans about the writer's various projects, most notably his upcoming Viking series, "Northlanders."
IDW publishing revealed some exclusive details about its upcoming projects and CBR was there to catch all the details.
Some of the best and brightest from the Image Comics roster got together to discuss their upcoming projects and CBR News was there.
DC/Vertigo takes on the adaptation of an adaptation. "I am Legend" started off as a novel before becoming a major motion picture starring Will Smith. DC told fans how they intend to pull it off.
Guice returns to his origins, drawing Ultimate Origin as part of an exclusive contract with Marvel Comics.
The next two years will be big for the Ultimate Universe. CBR News spoke with one of the architects of these changes, "Ultimates 3" and "Ultimatum" writer Jeph Loeb.
Ultimatum is coming, Butch Guice is exclusive to Marvel, Kitty's got a gun a Goblin must die and Spidey's getting Amazing Friends -- the Ultimate Universe is changing! Find out how, here.
Top Cow's Friday panel gave fans a peek at everything from anime to statues to t-shirts and even comic books. UPDATED!
Following up on his work in "Frank Frazetta's Death Dealer," writer Joshua Ortega takes on more Frazetta-inspired comics as a Frazetta comics universe emerges at Image Comics.
Writer Greg Rucka gives CBR News some early details about "Stumptown," a private-eye series from Oni Press announced this weekend at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Editor Stephen Wacker gives CBR News the scoop on the new three times monthly "Amazing Spider-Man" creative teams.
There's a new creative team swinging into Spidey's neck of the woods, bringing red back and CBR finds out who they are ... LIVE!
Dan Didio wearing a "Dan Didio Must Die" shirt? That's only a part of the craziness that took place during a huge panel discussing the state of the DCU.
Rock and roll, a return to the House of Mystery, John Constantine goes to Iraq and more were on the agenda at Friday's DC/Vertigo panel.
JMS took the stage for a special spotlight panel showcasing his work with fans being given the opportunity to ask him anything.
Question: What do Frank Frazetta, Teddy Roosevelt, and Rick Remender all have in common? Answer: A one-shot from Image Comics.