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CBR was live at the Secret Invasion panel at Comic-Con International on Saturday to get the latest from EiC Joe Quesada and a host of Marvel creators including Brian Michael Bendis, Greg Pak, Brian Reed and more.
It was a big weekend for Brian Azzarello with the announcement of "Filthy Rich," part of the launch of the "Vertigo Crime" imprint. CBR News caught up with the author on the con floor to talk about his latest creation.
Marvel's "The Ultimate Universe Must DIe" panel was moderated by EiC Joe Quesada and featured a trailer for "The Stand" (not an Ultimate title), gave away Stark Tech, teased an Ultimate She-Hulk and more.
There's clouds on the horizon, and much change is coming to Wildstorm Comics. CBR News was on hand to capture all of the forecasts and precipitation on a Saturday evening with free TPBs handed out to questioners.
CBR News sat down with Ethan Van Sciver at Comic-Con International to talk "Rebirth," DC/Marvel amlgamations and to find out which character he'd be happy not to sketch for a while...
John Cassaday and Guy Davis comics kick off Devil's Due's pamphlet-driven presentation of Les Humanoides Associes' acclaimed European comics at Comic-Con.
To kick off IDW's enlistment with the franchise,fan-favorite Joe writer Larry Hama puts Snake-Eyes, Scarlett, Duke and company through a 21st Century comics bootcamp.
Dabel Bothers Publishing announced at Comic-Con International that the company has acquired the rights to adapt Paramount's popular cult classic film "The Warriors" to comics.
IDW's panel covered the Reign of Starscream to All Hail Megatron to a robotic "killing Joke" homage as well as the new Japanese Transformer, Drift... plus, Cobra Commander is a badass once more.
Eric Powell had nothing to say about his upcoming movie deal, so he made with the jokes instead - with a little help from his friends, comedians Brian Posehn, Ben Garant, and Tom Lennon.
Robert Kirkman is back for the second half of his CBR Boat Show interview to talk about the origins and production logistics of "Image United," how he became an Image partner and more.
Static will be leaving Milestone for the Teen Titans, Archie's superheroes will be counted among the Brave and the Bold and and upcoming battle for Batman's cowl is just some of the news that came out of DC's panel
The announcement of Hollywood deals were coming fast and furious at the Radical Publishing panel on Friday, including news about comics-to-film projects with Bryan Singer, Peter Berg, and John Woo attached.
CBR News was live at the Dark Horse Comics panel to bring you the publisher's latest news and announcements from Comic-Con, including word on "Umbrella Acadamey," "Serenity," "Hellboy" and more!
IDW announced today that the publisher has secured the Ghostbusters license and will launch with a new Keith Champagne-penned mini series, "Ghostbusters: The Other Side."
"Watchmen." Friday in San Diego. "Watchmen." The air was brisk, the lines were long, and the parties. The parties were just getting started. "Watchmen."
Marvel Comics has announced the signing of rising star artist Khoi Pham to an exclusive deal. Pham will continue his team-up with superstar writer Brian Michael Bendis as the regular artist on "Mighty Avengers."
Marvel Editor Nick Lowe, writer Christopher Yost and artist Pasqual Ferry share some thoughts with CBR News about bringing Orson Scott Card's classic sci fi novel, "Ender's Game," to comics.
Boom! Comics Editor-In-Chief Mark Waid stopped by the CBR Yacht to talk about all of Boom!’s major announcements during the show, including "The Incredibles" and the Waid imprint, plus how life is one year into his gig as EiC!
Chip Kidd presented a slideshow sneak-peek of his upcoming book from Pantheon, "Bat-Manga!," to a rapt audience, featuring rarely seen in the United States Batman Manga from the 1960s.
It was a "Hack/Slash" bonanza at the Devil's Due panel, with the series creator and the movie's director and screenwriter all present to talk about everyone's favorite survivor, Cassie, and her quest to kill, well, killers.
The CBR Boat Show cruises with Steve Niles who talks comics, updates the status of the feature film “Walk the Dead” and announces that his next feature film script will be for horror director legend John Carpenter.
Friday's announcement that BOOM! Studios Editor-in-Chief Mark Waid is set to launch several new titles next year left fans dreaming of the possibilities. We spoke with Waid about what we can expect.
Are you having a problem managing your crisis? DC was on hand to help, with Dan Didio, Geoff Johns, JG Jones, Phillip Tan, Greg Rucka, Brad Metzler and Grant Morrison and more.
Transformers godfather Simon Furman outlines the future of the Robots in Disguise for CBR, including info on movie tie-ins, a Dinobot mini and the long- awaited, highly anticipated origin tale
In 2007, Image released the "Death Dealer" mini-series. Each issue sold out and went through multiple printings. Now, Jay Fotos is announcing more Frazetta books, including "Death Dealer II."
The creator-driven publisher plans for a stunningly ambitious project co-created and co-illustrated by six company founders and written by new partner Robert Kirkman.
CBR covered the Image Comics Show live from Comic-Con International and has the skinny on all the new Image news, including a nice, big shot of Whilce Portacio's new character from the just-announced "Image United."
BOOM! Studios has announced that "Farscape" creator Rockne O'Bannon will be providing stories for their upcoming line of "Farscape" comics. CBR spoke with O'Bannon about the upcoming series.
CBR is was in attendance at the Marvel to the Nth Degree panel at Comic-Con International where the publisher released new information about Stephen King's new motion comic, "N!"
DC Comics held their panel on all things Batman Friday afternoon at Comic Con International, and CBR was there! See what Grant Morrison, Paul Dini, and others have to say about Batman's future.
CBR was live at the Cup O Joe panel at Comic-Con International with Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada. From Marvel going to Oz to more "Dark Tower" on the horizon - the news came fast and furious.
Legendary writer Roy Thomas is teaming with young gun talent Mario Gully on Robert Louis Stevenson's "Kidnapped" for Marvel Illustrated. CBR News has a first look at some of Gully's pages.
Devil's Due Publishing joins forces with Alan Brunetti and Kevin Spacey's TriggerStreet.com to usher in a new way for aspiring talent to get their ideas published.
Kevin Grevioux and Mat Broome will team on "Adam: Legend of the Blue Marvel," a six-issue miniseries starting in November based on an original concept by Grevioux, set squarely in Marvel Universe.
This December, terrorists, madmen and despots better run and hide - James Rhodes is suited up and ready to do what he does best. We spoke with Greg Pak and Bill Rosemann about the ongoing "War Machine" series
Dark Horse and "Mister X" creator Dean Motter are celebrating the character's 25th anniversary with a new hardcover collection of the original series and a reboot in the pages of "Mister X: Condemned."
Did Geoff Johns' "Avengers" scripts have "too much story?" Was "Strikeforce: Morituri" linked to the White Event at one point? And which Legion of Superheroes member is named after a fan?
Timothy Callahan and television's Ryan Callahan don't punch anyone in the face - not even Pikachu! - during the entire first full day of Comic-Con International in San Diego. Not even Pikachu!
CBR News talked with writer/artist David Mack about his upcoming adaptation of Philip K. Dick's "The Electric Ant" for Marvel, announced this weekend at Comic- Con International.