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Last weekend saw a pop culture extravaganza take place in downtown Seattle, Washington in the form of the Emerald City Comicon 2011 edition and we have photos of creators and cosplayers for ya!
The writer of "Iron Man 2.0" and soon "Secret Avengers," Nick Spencer discusses how the collaboration of Marvel's fabled creative summits helped sway his decision to sign exclusively with the publisher while continuing his current ongoings.
Co-stars John Noble and Jasika Nicole did their best to straighten out a universe or two for fans of the Fox sci-fi drama during the "Fringe" panel at Emerald City Comicon. SPINOFF has the full report.
A line-up of some of Image Comics hottest creators, from Nick Spencer to Riley Rossmo and more, were in attendance at last weekend's Emerald City Comicon to promote their titles to a room full of Image faithful.
The talent behind "Super," James Gunn and Rainn WIlson spoke to a packed ECCC audience about wizardry and stinky superhero costumes while taking the chance to zap a real-life crime-fighter.
Friends and fans gathered during last weekend's Emerald City Comicon to remember the recently deceased Dwayne McDuffie, recount stories from his career and celebrate his contributions to the world of comics.
A raucous hour of questions and answers with cast members from the hit webseries "The Guild" saw ECCC attendees learn about the inner workings of the show, the latest comic series and the future of independent media.
Number One and Data no more, "Star Trek: The Next Generation's" Jonathan Frakes and Brent Spiner turned their Emerald City Comicon panel into a joke-fest for thousands of happy fans. SPINOFF has the report.
Nick Spencer's exclusive contract, the "Ultimate Spider-Man" cartoon and Garth Ennis' possible return to Marvel Comics were among the topics of discussion during Marvel's Next Big Thing panel at Emerald City Comicon.
They are Marvel's top flight talent and the "Architects" of the Marvel U's future, but on Saturday in Seattle they were panelists subjected to a flurry of questions from an eager audience.
DC Comics rewarded good questions with donuts at ECCC's DC Universe panel. Topics discussed at Saturday's panel included "Flashpoint," "All-Star Wonder Woman" "Action Comics" and much more.
On Saturday afternoon, C.B. Cebulski brought together some of the Marvel Universe's finest for a Q and A session with fans. Panelists included Hickman, Fraction, Bendis, Sankovitch and Brubaker.
After Dark Horse announced the departure of longtime “B.P.R.D.” artist Guy Davis, we spoke with oncoming artist Tyler Crook about his new gig as well as thoughts from the rest of the creative team.
In a surprise announcement, Dark Horse revealed that longtime "B.P.R.D." mainstay artist Guy Davis will exit the book after more than 50 issues. CBR News caught up with Davis to talk about the future.
Acclaimed Scottish penciller Frank Quitely sat down with Douglas Wolk and a room full of fans at Emerald City Comicon to discuss his past, future, and the trademark qualities of his artwork.
Emerald City Comicon marked the first DC Nation run to be run by EIC Bob Harras. So what did he bring? News about upcoming books, creators Chris Roberson and Sergio Aragones, hints about heroes, and lots of donuts!
At Emerald City Comicon, Dark Horse announced that "Supersized" artist Ron Chan will be illustrating "The Guild: Clara," the third in a series of one-shots focused on Felicia Day's cast of notorious gamers.
Ron Marz, Bart Sears, Chuck Sellner and more team to create comics based on the weird western world of the roleplaying game "Deadlands." We spoke with Marz and Sellner about the June-debuting series of one-shots.
Emerald City Comicon Founder Jim Demonakos spoke with CBR News and discussed a number of highlights attendees can expect to find during the three day convention running this weekend from March 4-6.