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"Iron Man 2" Interview Roundup! A possible Kato sighting! Astro Boy stills! All this, plus a crazy "Batman 3" rumor, "Red" finds a director, Larry Hama on "G.I. Joe," and more in the Comic Reel.
At CCI, the cast and crew of "Green Lantern: First Flight" and "Superman/Batman: Public Enemies" previewed the upcoming films, took questions from the audience and teased a new short film line.
The hugely successful directors of such films as "Terminator 2," "The Lord of the Rings," "Titanic" and "King Kong," Peter Jackson and James Cameron met with fans at Comic-Con for a discussion of technology in film.
Representatives and creators from Archaia and the Jim Henson Company met with fans to discuss the comic book versions of "The Dark Crystal" and "Fraggle Rock" as well as "Mouse Guard," "Artesia" and more.
CCI's “Dollhouse” panel featured Joss Whedon, Eliza Dushku and some surprise members of the cast. Joss spent time talking about the past, present and future of "Dollhouse," as well as his other currently percolating projects.
WildStorm announced new creative teams for "The Authority," "Gen13" and "WildCATS," as well as a new creator-owned series called "Kurt Busiek’s American Gothic." The publisher also confirmed reprint plans for "Planetary."
Fans crowded in for the annual Black Panel at Comic-Con, hosted by wisecracking Michael Davis and featuring Nichelle Nichols and other luminaries from comics, film and music discussing black art and creators.
Augie has some thoughts on what went on in San Diego this past weekend, with plenty of random commentary thrown in for good measure. Plus, is the 'comiXology' iPhone app the future of comics, or does the format hold back the material?
The 2008 Diamond Best New Publisher Award winners took the podium at Comic-Con with some impressive announcements, including "Underworld Evolution" director Len Weisman's "Shrapnel" film.
"Cyberforce/Hunter-Killer" is an all-new "Cyberforce" series, illustrated by Kenneth Rocafort and written by an as-yet announced author. CBR News spoke with publisher Filip Sablik about the new series.
USA Network's "Burn Notice" brought its creator, writers, and, most importantly, Bruce Campbell to Comic-Con International to discuss the show, answer questions and tease the audience with hints of things to come.
The folks at Top Shelf shared their excitement over "League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" Volume III, the "Surrogates" film and plenty more with fans at Comic-Con, and CBR was there.
Filmmaker Terry Gilliam met with fans in San Diego to discuss his latest film and co-star Heath Ledger’s death. The filmmaker also received a special honor from Comic-Con.
Creators from all corners of the industry joined Dan DiDio on Sunday to discuss comic books and share their own histories as fans with attendees at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Last week at Comic-Con International in San Diego, IDW Publishing showcased its Angel universe, including the crossover with Peter David's "Fallen Angel" and and the announcement of Bill Willingham as the new "Angel" writer.
Legendary underground publisher Denis Kitchen took the stage at Comic-Con International Saturday, looking back on his 40-plus-year career as a cartoonist, entrepreneur, comics historian and champion of artists’ liberties.
Superman himself lands at the CBR Boat Show to talk about two new comic book films he's appearing in: "Dead of Night," based on the popular Dylan Dog comics from Italy, and Bryan Lee O'Malley's "Scott Pilgrim."
From the reveal of next seasons explosive new serial killer to hints of the dark passenger’s influence on Dexter’s new baby, the "Dexter" cast and executive staff gave fans insights and spoilers into the fourth season of this killer show.
Devil's Due Publishing's Comic-Con panel shared what's new for 2009 and beyond from the launch of hip hop artist Murs' "Merch Girl" to rumblings of cinematic Sheena news and "Hack/Slash" turning 25.
Details on "Captain America" emerge from the ice! Meanwhile, the "Smallville" super-suit takes flight. All this plus news on "Fathom," release date changes, Marvel Anime, and more in the Comic Reel.
The new DC Universe animated film, "Green Lantern: First Flight" premiered at Comic-Con International: San Diego Thursday night. CBR News was there to preview the film, which comes to DVD today.
J. Michael Straczynski met with fans at Comic-Con International in San Diego to discuss his career in television, film and comic books and answer questions, including whether he intends to direct a feature film.
Coloring comic books is a highly involved art, and CBR News spoke with colorist Laura Martin about that creative process, her favorite projects, and her new exclusive deal with Marvel Comics.
Comic-Con attendees got a special treat when the cast and writers of "The Middleman" gave a rarely publicly seen table readthrough of the lost and unfilmed 13th episode, "The Doomsday Armageddon Apocalypse!"
Marvel's final panel at San Diego's Comic-Con International focused on the female creators at the House of Ideas. CBR brings you a report of the discussion, including news of the latest Marvel-exclusive creator.
What has red eyes, a blue cat and vomits blood? Red Lantern Nerdy Bird at her second day of Comic-Con International! But has Dex-Star stolen her thunder?
James Cameron prepares to be “King of the Universe” with his film “Avatar," 20 minutes from which he previewed to thousands of fans at Comic-Con International in San Diego, and CBR News was there.
Top Cow hosted a panel discussion alongside founder Marc Silvestri, writers Phil Hester and Ron Marz, plus special guests Milo Ventimiglia and the creators of the Magdalena film. New announcements including a "Magdalena" ongoing by Marz.
Warner Bros. screened the heavily anticipated pilot for "Human Target" to a receptive crowd during Comic-Con International. CBR News was there to catch a look at the latest iteration of Christopher Chance.
Tim returns from the Comic-Con International in San Diego with an unorthodox recollection of events, a warning for Hollywood superstar Megan Fox, and a celebration of what we like to call the New Awesome.
Oni Press unleashed a slew of announcements at Comic-Con International, with a cavalcade of creators including Antony Johnson, Greg Rucka, and Bryan Lee O'Malley. CBR was there.
The Comic-Con marketing and PR chief gives CBR News the rundown on how the San Diego show dealt with ticket sell outs to "Twilight" fandemonium to the future of the show.
Digital comics are reaching out to many platforms. Representatives from Comixology, LongBox, BOOM! Studios, iVerse, and Catastrophic Comics met at Comic-Con to discuss a whole new way of reading comics.
The creators behind "Existence 2.0" are back for a sequel, "Existence 3.0." CBR spoke with creators Nick Spencer and Ron Salas about the series that promises to continue the high-tech noir tradition of the first.
"Iron Man" Hype Machine Roundup! The "Smallville" Costume Controversy! Meanwhile, Zach Snyder talks "300" Sequel, an actor lays claim to "Black Panther," and Avengers assemble.
From a Todd McFarlane-illustrated "Spawn" #200 to release dates for "Haunt" and "Image United," the Image Comics panel was nothing short of jam-packed, rounded out by a special appearance from Jim Lee!
Creator Bryan Lee O'Malley spoke with CBR and spilled some early details on the side-scrolling Ubisoft action game spinning out of his Scott Pilgrim comic series and upcoming Universal feature film
Publisher John Morrow and guests announced a slew of future projects, including the “American Comic Book Chronicles,” a multi-volume history series the company plans to debut next year.
The inimitable Matt Fraction mounted the deck of the CBR yacht to discuss his Eisner win for "Invincible Iron Man," the future of the X-verse and to share his feelings about a certain fellow he shared an elevator with.
It was announced today that Geoff Johns is returning to "Smallville" to write an episode of the long-running show featuring comicdom’s original superhero team – The Justice Society of America.