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Princesses, Creeps, Founders and Bendis' all in today's CBR Photo Parade.
DC Comics gave Comic-Con International attendees an in-depth glimpse at the DC Direct items coming to comic shops through October 2002.
Spider-Man panelists at Comic-Con International dropped a few hints as to what fans can look forward to in the coming months. Three words: Ultimate Gwen Stacy.
News from DC Comics' Saturday DC Universe slide show and panel at Comic-Con International.
Kurt Busiek and George Pérez revealed details about who is appearing in the first issue of the long-awaited "JLA/Avengers" crossover miniseries Saturday at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Director talks plans, latest for new X-Men movie.
Excited fans get first look at 10 minutes of new film.
The final year for Spider, "100 Bullets" goes south of the border, "Heavy Liquid" follow up and more.
Veteran creators Severin, Buscema, Colan and Romita reminisce about the early years working at Marvel.
More pictures from the con in this day 2 installment. Pictures of some of your favorite characters and a lot of pictures of ... well, we don't know what.
SAN DIEGO, DAY 2: Moore, Ware Win Big at Eisners, Thompson, Russell, Millionare Take Home Multiple Awards
Alan Moore and Chris Ware -- as usual -- won big at the 2001 Eisner Awards at Comic-Con International. But this year, there were other repeat winners, including Jill Thompson, P. Craig Russell and Tony Millionaire.
All-star Comic-Con panel takes a look at the history of the Fantastic Four.
Phil Jimenez's acclaimed run on DC Comics' "Wonder Woman" gets another year.
Robinson also reports that he recently took a turn behind the camera.
News and tidbits from three DC Comics panels held Friday at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
A new team of (former) X-Men, fun with Phoenix and the truth behind the new X-Men costumes were all revealed Friday at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Publisher announces a Fathom Live-Action movie in the works.
Publisher reveals upcoming projects, Kevin Smith's next Marvel Book.
Plans for all-new material from remaining founders, plus notes on new projects by Robinson, Shanower and Ellis.
New Eisner award-winner Eric Shanower strikes a deal to return his out-of-print Oz graphic novels to print.
Pictures from the con including creators and a few too many costumed folk!
Stan Lee was the guest of honor at a Comic-Con International panel hosted by his former Distinguished Competition on Thursday.
The creator of "Josie and the Pussycats" takes on a new project with publisher of "Cherry."
Image Comics publisher Jim Valentino announces that the James Robinson/Paul Smith kid-friendly adventure comic will be reprinted by Image in 2002, which will be followed by all-new stories.
Geoff Johns has a life-changing Q&A session at a panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego, and tells CBR News a bit about what "Flash" fans can look forward to in the coming months.
Marvel Comics editor Tom Brevoort addresses fans at Comic-Con International in San Diego on Thursday in a casual Q&A panel, addressing rumors about an upcoming death of a Marvel character, upcoming reprints and more.
A quick look at the DC Comics display at Comic-Con gives fan a peek at some upcoming comic book TV projects.
GateCrasher comic goes animated and we've got a video preview.
New He-Man action figures and designs revealed at CCI.
DC/WildStorm announced the first four titles in their new line of superhero comics for mature readers at Comic-Con International in San Diego on Thursday.
Publisher announces it will collect long out of print material by Mike Allred and Jay Stephens.
Marvel announces new regular writer for monthly series.
"Colonia" series creator Jeff Nicholson expands on Monday's announcement of the AiT/Planet Lar paperback collection.
Warren Ellis explains the delays in getting "Ministry of Space" #2 to stores.
Anchorage, AK, comic shop manager organizes a campaign to get a street renamed after comic character Lois Lane.
Keith Giles chats with Hellboy creator Mike Mignola about all things Hellboy including his involvement in the upcoming movie, thoughts on doing work for hire and what he's got coming next, plus a preview art of upcoming Hellboy work.
Michael Thomas chats with graphic illustrator Bill Sienkiewicz about his career in comics, his take on artistic creation, a career in commercial art and how many different ways people have screwed up his name in an extensive interview for CBR.
An ambitious project to chronicle the work of artist George Pérez will be released at CCI in San Diego.
Kaare Andrews is at it again with another dynamic cover for Marvel.
Newspaper looks into the problems facing comic book retailers and publishers.