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Fiona Staples, Brian K. Vaughan, Brian Wood, Ming Doyle, David Hine, Joe Harris and Glen Brunswick discussed world-building and their preferred brands of sci-fi as seen in their Image Comics titles
Brian Azzarello, Lee Bermejo, Amanda Conner, and Bill Sienkiewicz took the stage at New York Comic Con to discuss their "Before Watchmen" series, with especially candid commentary from the "Comedian" writer.
Courtesy of Legendary Comics, CBR shares an exclusive first look at artist Tim Bradstreet's variant cover for Matt Wagner and Simon Bisley's "The Tower Chronicles: GeistHeist."
At the "From Concept To Page" panel at NYCC, DC Comics revealed creative secrets, from the pitch, to character designs, page layouts and more with over 40 images from Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang's Wonder Woman revamp.
Announced today at New York Comic Con, writer Scott Snyder re-teams with artist Sean Murphy in 2013 for "The Wake," a story exploring the concept of monsters and the horror that lurks in the water.
Writer Joshua Dysart delves into his exploration of Toyo Harada in Valiant's "Harbinger" #0, which details the origin of the series antagonist for a brief detour in the "Harbinger" universe.
At the New York Comic Con DC Comics: Green Lantern panel writer Peter Tomasi, artist Aaron Kuder and others spoke about the “Third Army” and what’s coming up for their books as the event ratchets up.
At New York Comic Con 2012, DC Comics revealed a large gallery of preview images from upcoming issues of "Superman," "Action Comics," "Supergirl," "Superboy" and more, hinting at things to come for the Family of Steel.
Comics sales are up, graphic novel sales are down and ICv2's Milton Griepp explained why, digging into the specifics during his White Paper at the ICv2 Conference preceding New York Comic Con.
Eisner Award-winner Jeff Lemire discusses "Trillium," his just-announced Vertigo miniseries which tells a love story set simultaneously thousands of years in the future and nearly a hundred years in the past.
The House of Ideas began Friday at New York Comic Con with back-to-back Marvel NOW! panels, as Kieron Gillen, Rick Remender, Mark Waid, Jason Aaron, and more discuss what's next for their solo Avengers titles.
At New York Comic Con, editor Karen Berger led the Vertigo Panel where Scott Snyder, Bill Willingham and others discuss an "unwritten"/"Fables" crossover and announce new Vertigo miniseries from Snyder and Jeff Lemire.
Co-creators Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt will co-write "The Sixth Gun: Sons of a Gun" prequel which revives General Hume's fan-favorite henchmen. They spoke to CBR along with artist Brian Churilla.
Marvel NOW! X-Book writers Rick Remender, Peter David, Dennis Hopeless & more along with editor Jeanine Schaefer and Senior Editor Nick Lowe discuss the newest developments for the X-Men at NYCC 2012.
Marvel's House of Ideas panel at New York Comic Con 2012 delved into the digital side of Marvel Comics with special guests David Gabriel, Nick Lowe, Mark Waid, Matt Kindt and more.
The next installment of Marvel's enhanced "Infinite Comics" for tablet devices is an "Ultimate Spider-Man" story which is free to download this weekend. writer Matt Kindt explains his fast-paced tale.
Ben Acker and Ben Blacker pen the latest entry into Marvel's line of "Season One" graphic novels, looking at Wolverine's early days as a Canadian agent and his first confrontation with The Hulk.
In "Iron Man: Season One," legendary writer Howard Chaykin and artist Gerald Parel update and reexamine the early days of the titular character. CBR spoke with Chaykin about the OGN.
To celebrate the Man of Steel's 75th anniversary, "Batman" writer Scott Snyder & DC Co-Publisher Jim Lee will team for a new Superman ongoing, and tell CBR how they'll craft an epic, stand-alone story for the ages.
Today at New York Comic Con, Marvel announced the expansion of its Season One line of original graphic novels recounting the early days Iron Man, Thor and Wolverine. ROBOT 6 has details.
At New York Comic Con, DC Comics writers Grant Morrison, Andy Diggle, artist Mahmud Asrar and more spoke about their titles' futures and announced Jim Lee and Scott Snyder's new Superman project.
In advance of their New York Comic Con programming, Valiant Entertainment unveils the cover for the game-changing "Bloodshot" #7 as writer Duane Swierczynski explains his killer history with "Harbinger."
Writer Cullen Bunn and artist Joëlle Jones spoke exclusively with CBR about their upcoming Oni Press series "Helheim," a tale pitting Viking warriors against warring witches and undead legions.
The latest in Dark Horse's relaunch of its Comics Greatest World superheroes is the wild anthology "Catalyst Comix" with Joe Casey at the helm and Dan McDaid, Paul Maybury and Ulises Farinas riding shotgun.
The night before New York Comic Con opened its doors, DC Entertainment and Kia unveiled Bruce Wayne's newest ride - a customized Optima, tricked out with Batarangs, bat signal headlights and a full Batman uniform.
Ahead of DC Comics’ Superman panel this afternoon at New York Comic Con, Bryan Hitch has confirmed the existence of "Man of Steel," the rumored movie tie-in written by Scott Snyder, and explained why he isn’t involved.
In January’s "Deadpool Killustrated," the titular merc traverses dimensions on a hunt for classic literary characters. CBR News spoke exclusively with writer Cullen Bunn about the 4-issue miniseries.
Skybound has announced a final round of exclusive limited merchandise for New York Comic Con 2012, including different Michonne "The Walking Dead" figures sets and a new t-shirt.
Brett White lays down his laws for those attending New York Comic Con this weekend, though they're pretty much applicable for any convention from now through infinity.
On the eve of New York Comic Con, DC Comics has announced Andy Diggle as Grant Morrison's replacement on "Action Comics." Fresh off a Marvel exclusive, the writer's run on Superman's flagship title will be drawn by Tony Daniel.
Writer Robert Venditti talks "Planet Death," Valiant's first mini-event coming up in "X-O Manowar," reuniting with artist Cary Nord and Aric's one-man assault on an alien planet.
Fresh off his "Green Lantern Annual" return to interior work, artist Ethan Van Sciver will join the gritty "Batman: The Dark Knight" series starting in January with a Mad Hatter-focused arc and a renewed passion for making monthly comics.