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Frank Darabont, Gale Anne Hurd, Robert Kirkman and the cast of "The Walking Dead" gathered for their panel at NYCC, premiering action-packed exclusive clips from the first two episodes of the AMC series.
IDW takes some time at NYCC to discuss their Hasbro licensed titles, answer questions about the future of books like "Transformers" and "G.I. Joe" and address fan reaction to “Infestation."
DC Comics artists Jim Lee, Francis Manapul, David Finch and Tony Daniel showed off their talent and answered questions during a special NYCC panel that allowed the audience to watch every step in the artistic process.
Stan Lee and BOOM! Studios' Ross Richie and Mark Waid discussed the three new superhero comic series coming from BOOM! and Lee's POW! Entertainment during a packed NYCC panel.
This week, Tim reports on his adventures at this year's New York Comic Con, featuring tales of tragedy and thrills aplenty. Mainly thrills surrounded by mild annoyance. And the genius of Grant Morrison, on film.
In a weighty interview on DC Comics big announcement of the show, Co-Publishers Dan Didio and Jim Lee tell CBR News their broader plans for pricing monthly comics at $2.99, how it affects fans and creators and how they hope it makes DC #1.
Golden and Silver Age creators John Romita Sr., Jerry Robinson and Al Jaffee talk about their years in the comic book industry and the mentors and peers they have worked with at the New York Comic Con.
Image took the stage at New York Comic Con to discuss their plans for the future, including new miniseries such as Nathan Edmondson's "Who Is Jake Ellis?" and Nick Spencer's "The Infinite Vacation."
Marvel treated fans to a slew of footage from their upcoming games slate featuring Captain America, Thor and the X-Men at their video game centric panel. Also, George Takei as Galactus.
Joe Quesada spoke with CBR TV on his career changes since Disney bought Marvel, the third Spidey story he'd still like to tell, his thoughts on message boards, comic book pricing cuts and much, much more.
Artist and series co-creator Cully Hamner and editor Ben Abernathy discussed the past, present and future of "RED," in both it's comic book and film forms, in front of an audience during their NYCC panel.
Robert Kirkman spoke exclusively with CBR News, giving details on what to expect from the upcoming "Walking Dead" prose novels being co-written by Jay Bonansinga as well as word on the future of "Image United."
In Jason Aaron and Ron Garney's "Ultimate Comics Captain America," the Ultimate U's Cap faces off against a product of a tumultuous period in American history, the Captain America of the Vietnam War.
"Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" #15 gives a first glimpse at how new co-artist, Sarah Pichelli will tackle the world of teenaged Peter Parker. We spoke with Pichelli and writer Brian Michael Bendis about the book.
DC Comics Co-publisher Jim Lee was the focus of a special NYCC spotlight panel on Saturday where the creator discussed his work and career, offered advice and presented his new book "ICONS" to attending fans.
NYCC's Vertigo: On the Edge panel saw the announcement of "The Annotated Sandman," a new "Cinderella" miniseries and "The New York Five" while confirming a new book by chef Anthony Bourdain titled "Get Jiro!"
Disney Publishing showed off their upcoming graphic novels based on "Tron," "Pirates of the Caribbean" and Mickey Mouse, plus motion comic adaptations of Roger Langridge and BOOM! Studios' "Muppet Show" comics.
Image writers Robert Kirkman, Nick Spencer, Steven T. Seagle and Ron Marz spoke at New York Comic Con, ginving aspiring creators insight into the process of developing ideas into full-fledged comic book stories.
Hank Kanalz, former vice president and general manager of WildStorm Productions, has been promoted to vice president-digital of DC Comics, based in Burbank, CA where he will also oversee DC Kids. ROBOT 6 has details.
Jim Lee, Chris Cao and art director Mark Anderson hosted a panel dedicated to the "DC Universe Online" video game, specifically highlighting the game's Character Create function.
An A-list lineup of talent from Jeph Loeb to Jason Aaron lined up for the last big Marvel panel of NYCC 2010, and CBR News was on hand to bring the news of "Ultimate Captain America," the future of Marvel cosmic and much more.
"Robot Chicken's" Matt Senreich told fans there is no end in sight for the stop-motion comedy series, confirmed "Titan Maximum" is on indefinite hold and teased about the comedy "Star Wars" series in development.
Mark Waid spoke with CBR TV about his new position as CCO of BOOM! Studios, stronger interaction between "Irredeemable" and Incorruptible," his infamous Baltimore Comic Con speech on digital comics and more.
Dark Horse unveiled a new, in-house designed and maintained digital comics app at NYCC that will offer both older and brand-new comics on a variety of platforms, announced a new "Dollhouse" series and much more.
The final day of New York Comic Con began with the Women of Marvel panel. Grace Randolph, Colleen Coover, Christina Strain, and more spoke about breaking in, favorite titles, and how to bring more female readers into the fold.
Comic scribe Scott Lobdell heads into the depths of the deep blue as writer on the latest volume of Aspen Comics' popular series, "Fathom," and spoke with CBR News about taking on the title's lovely lead.
Marvel has released the CrossGen teaser images shown during yesterday's Cup o' Joe panel at NYCC in conjunction with the hint that Mark Waid is slated to be involved with the brand's impending relaunch.
This January, Matt Fraction and Salvador Larroca take the futurist into the future with the anniversary issue "Invincible Iron Man" #500. CBR News spoke with series editor Alejandro Arbona about the issue.
Ape Entertainment and American Greetings have announced a deal that will bring Strawberry Shortcake to the publisher's Kizoic line of comic titles in early 2011, complete with scratch & sniff covers.
The 2010 New York Comic Con is still raging on in the Big Apple and CBR has your wall-to-wall coverage, with panel reports, breaking news, exclusive interviews and more!
Marjorie Liu visited the CBR TV Tiki Lounge to discuss crossover between her novel and comic book fans, collaborating with Daniel Way, the introduction of Gambit to "X-23," writing a college paper on the X-Men and more.
At New York Comic Con, which is bigger on the inside, IDW announced that its new "Doctor Who" ongoing series will begin in January. We spoke with writer Tony Lee about his plans for Matt Smith's Eleventh Doctor.
ICv2's White Paper reports on sales trends which have seen graphic novels slide 20% this year to the explosive growth of digital comics, Mark Waid's latest thoughts on publishing, Marvel's move back to $2.99 and more.
DC Comics' Green Lantern panel at New York Comic Con saw Geoff Johns, Peter Tomasi, and Tony Bedard and the rest of the team sharing news about the animated series, a new Corps title, and the return of a classic team-up.
CBR News spoke with writer JT Krul about the latest volume of Aspen Comics "Soulfire" saga with newcomer artist Jay Fabok, his plans for Grace and Malikai and the return of both magic and an old foe.
Capcom and Marvel Entertainment have released a slew of new screencaps and three new video clips featuring Magneto and M.O.D.O.K. in action in the upcoming "Marvel vs Capcom 3" console fighter.
The Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief hosts his signature panel as accompanied by Marvel's biggest executives, Brian Bendis and Jeph Loeb, revealing news of a new "Moon Knight" series, an NBA tie-in comic, CrossGen and more.
This February, Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming (and Olivia Bendis) kick off their new creator owned, all-ages superhero book, "Takio," about two young bickering super powered sisters.
DC animation executive producer Bruce Timm and "Superman/Shazam" writer Michael Jelenic shared clips and answered questions at NYCC, giving fans a first glimpse of the upcoming "All Star Superman" film.
We spoke with Scott Allie about the partnership between Dark Horse, USA Today and Toshiba, which has announced its first set of original comics, beginning with a "Hellboy" story written and drawn by Mike Mignola.