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Joe Quesada discusses the Marvel Booth situation, what's next for JMS at Marvel, the 'Ultimization' of Marvel, Brian Bendis' semi-exclusive deal with Marvel and who's taking over on 'Avengers.'
The four remaining founders join together to talk about the current state of Image, plus what's coming next like a new anthology and a new super-hero universe.
Entertainment Weekly to add comic section. "True Story, Swear to God" to be collected by AiT/PlanetLar. And the 'Superman/Batman' series without a title may not get one.
Director Bryan Singer presents clips from the new movie and answers questions from the fans.
Director James Cameron makes an appearance at CCI to promote 'Solaris' and Arnold Schwarzenegger talks 'King Conan' and 'Doc Savage.'
In a surprise announcement at the very last Marvel panel of Comic-Con International 2002, Jeph Loeb announces his next project with Tim Sale: "Hulk: Gray."
Marvel Comics rounds out a busy Comic-Con International schedule with a Sunday afternoon panel featuring some of their top writers doing nothing more than talking about the art of writing for Marvel Comics.
Legendary artist Bob Oksner, responsible for Silver Age greats like 'Bob Hope' and 'Jerry Lewis' comics, makes his first-ever convention appearance in his golden years.
Silver age artist Herb Trimpe, famous for work on books like 'The Hulk' and 'G.I. Joe,' looks back on his career and why when he suddenly disappeared from the field years ago.
A look at the sites and scene that was Comic-Con International in San Diego on Day 2, Friday.
Dreamwave Productions' Adam Fortier talks about what his company has in store for 'Transformers' fans as well as what's next for 'Warlands' and other Dreamwave titles.
CrossGen Comics revealed silver screen plans for their properties Friday at CCI in San Diego.
'Alias,' the comic coming from Liefeld's company, 'Rising Stars' move progress and a new graphic novel from the creator of 'Monkeybone.'
The Image Family discusses their future projects and Colleen Doran lets loose some details on her DC projects.
Mike Carey reveals to CBR the exclusive details on 'My Faith In Frankie' with a small teaser for nest spring sure-fire hit mini-series.
In his most extensive interview since joining the Super-staff, Steven T. Seagle discusses his plans for Superman, what Superman means to him and what his impact will be on the mythos.
"Bone" creator Jeff Smith announces that he will be doing a Captain Marvel miniseries for DC Comics in 2003.
The full list of winners from the 2002 Eisner Awards held at Comic-Con International in San Diego. UPDATED Full wrap up of the night's events.
"The Question" is no longer will he return, but when. "Hitman" gets taken down. JRJR annonces creator owner project.
It has been her dream assignment since she got into comics, and now Devin Grayson is writing 'Nightwing.'
Kurt Busiek met with fans in a one-on-one panel Friday, promoting his DC Comics series "Power Company" and discussing his past and potential future projects.
DC Comics talked Friday about the 1,000,001 upcoming projects they have heading to comic store shelves.
Oni Press announced Saturday the artist for the next story arc on 'Q&C' and when fans can expect to see the next issue.
A look at the sights from Comic-Con International in San Diego on Satuday. Fifty pictures featuring creators, even more costumed freaks and a couple of very bad ideas.
Viz Publishing details the launch of the U.S. version of the hit Japanese comic book anthology, 'Shonen Jump.'
All the news that's fit to print (and doesn't fit anywhere else) announced Thursday at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Comic-Con International 2002: Are Marvel fans ready for the Amazing Lobster-Man? Is Mary Jane Watson?
DC Comics fans in attendance at the biggest comic convention of the year got an early peek at DC's line of action figures, statues and collectables, including Super Friends and Birds of Prey action figures.
DC/Wildstorm announces the return of J. Scott Campbell's sexy super-spies in 'Danger Girl: Hawaiian Punch.'
DC's biggest superhero teams met for a gigantic panel that produced some exciting news about a new Starman, Claremont's involvement in the DCU and the true continuity for "JLA/JSA."
Rob Worley brings you news of a possible 'Hammer of the Gods' film, where the 'Gatecrasher' animated show is at and a preview of CrossGen announcements you may hear today.
Creator Mike Mignola, Director Guillermo Del Toro and star Ron Perlman discuss at length the beginnings of the 'Hellboy' movie.
Pictures from preview night at Comic-Con International in San Diego!
Almost a year to the day after the last issue of "Kurt Busiek's Astro City" hit the stands, Busiek announced at Comic-Con International today that the acclaimed series will return to comic shops in February 2003.
Loads of pictures from the first full day of Comic-Con International featuring an assortment of creators, booth photos and numerous attendees in costume (some pictures not for those with weak consitutions).
'Hopeless Savages' creator Christine Norrie announces a new project that explores the subject of fidelity in February, 2003.
In this Real Audio interview we talk with writer Joe Casey. He discusses those that he writes like 'Kiss,' and 'Adventures of Superman' and shares his thoughts on a wide variety of topics affecting the industry. In addition to hearing Joe's comments you'll also get to hear him sing! Hear two tracks from his band's upcoming album. A CBR exclusive! Plus new pages from the upcoming 'Monolith.'
In part two we examine the role the TPB and original graphic novel play in today's industry. 'Lucifer' writer Mike Carey, indie comic writer Jeff Limke ('Dungeons & Dragons) and Tokyopop's Steve Kleckner weigh in with their opinion and talk about the future of the 22 page comic.
'The Waiting Place' creator Sean McKeever talks about his upcoming 'Spider-Girl' story, some hints as to what he's got next at Marvel and some thoughts on the current retro trend in the industry.
The last in a series, looking at the nominees for the 2002 Eisner Award for Talent Deserving of Wider Recognition. Throughout our series, other nominees have thought Dylan Horrocks, creator of "Hicksville" and "Atlas" would take home the award, today's subject.