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Writer Jimmy Palmiotti talks about the power of saying no, what happened during his first "Painkiller Jane" set visit and the best super power you can have.
Axel Alonso talks Slott & Allred's "Silver Surfer," "Black Widow's" human side, Romero's "Empire of the Dead," All-New Marvel NOW! numbering and more.
Lucasfilm gives fans a sneak peek at the villainous side of "Star Wars: Rebels," including the debut of the Empire's Inquisitor.
Cartoonists Kate Beaton, Christopher Hastings and Ryan North discuss their work in and outside of comics - including Beaton’s new project with Scholastic.
"SNL" star Taran Killam, co-writer Marc Andreyko, IDW's Chris Ryall and Dirk Wood discuss the legitimacy of upcoming series "The Illegitimates."
Wendy & Richard Pini, Brian Wood, Fred Van Lente, and Rafal Jaki of "The Witcher" discuss creating new worlds and embracing the fantastic at Dark Horse.
"Once Upon A Time" co-creators Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz discuss the hit show's third season and its "Alice in Wonderland"-inspired spinoff.
Diedrich Bader, John DiMaggio and more discussed "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" ahead of the first season's November 5 Blu-ray release.
"X-Files" stars Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny discuss the show and give their blessing to a pair of fans who got engaged at the panel.
Faced with one of the more uncertain times of his professional career, Brett White recounts just how New York Comic Con reaffirmed his faith in the industry.
"Bob's Burgers" creator Loren Bouchard was joined by his cast at NYCC to tease the new season, give out hugs - and touch their own butts.
"Robot Chicken" co-creators Seth Green and Matt Senreich - with a cameo by Breckin Meyer - discussed the Adult Swim show's seventh season and second DC Comics Special.
Writer Kieron Gillen, artist Canaan White and publisher William Christiansen discussed what goes into creating Avatar's hit series "Uber."
Dark Horse announced horror titles “Veil” by Greg Rucka and “Bad Blood” by Jonathan Maberry at their horror-theme panel which included Alex de Campi, Tim Seeley and more.
New York Comic Con continues to be a cosplayer destination, packing CBR's photo parade with Deadpools, Wonder Women, zombies and more!
"The Venture Bros." creators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer answered questions, called out cosplayers and even cut a rug with one lucky fangirl.
Reports of Syrian cartoonist Akram Raslan's execution remain unconfirmed. Plus, the NYCC wrap-up: interviews with Mark Waid, Dustin Nguyen & more!
A special panel discussed the creation and legacy of Bazooka Joe in comics, sharing some of the stories and research behind the 60th anniversary book.
Augie went to NYCC this weekend and brought back a photo parade. Find out why he decided to stop fighting and learn to love the cosplay.
"Superior Spider-Man" writer Dan Slott visited the CBR TV Tiki Room to talk about "Silver Surfer," his All-New Marvel NOW! series with Mike Allred.
John Layman & Rob Guillory discuss the continued adventures of Cibopath Tony Chu, star of their hit Image Comics title "Chew."
Not content with marrying off Archie - twice - and having zombies destroy Riverdale, Archie Comics now plans to say farewell to Betty and Veronica.
Legendary director George A. Romero brings his signature zombie mayhem to Marvel and New York in "Empire of the Dead." Plus, exclusive art.
Jonathan Hickman and Nick Dragotta spoke with an enthralled audience about their popular part sci-fi, part Western Image title, "East of West."
Co-creators Alex Kurtzman and Len Wiseman descended on New York Comic Con along with "Sleepy Hollow" stars Tom Mison, Nicole Beharie, Orlando Jones and Katia Winter.
In response to NYCC’s controversial use of attendees’ Twitter accounts, a leading digital-rights group employee asks pop-culture conventions to "protect our secret identites."
Marvel's "New Warriors" are back! Writer Chris Yost tells CBR what he and artist Marcus To have in store for Nova, Justice, Speedball, Scarlet Spider and the rest of the team.
The cast and creators of Nickelodeon's "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" discussed the hit show and shared sneak peeks at upcoming episodes.
"X-Men's" Tyler Mane tells how he won the role of Sabretooth, his new project "Penance Lane," battling dyslexia and one of the most epic New York Comic Con stories ever.
CSBG writer Kelly Thompson is impressed with all the female-centric comic announcements that came out of New York Comic Con.
CBR went hands on with "Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII," exploring the Wildlands and getting a feel for the unique new battle system.
New York Comic Con reportedly attracted more than 130K attendees over four days, meaning the six-year-old event is now roughly the same size as Comic-Con International.
Singer Will.i.am and futurist Brian David Johnson revealed details about IDW Publishing's “Wizards and Robots,” the possibility of a film adaptation, plans for a mobile app and more.
CBR News spoke with writer Zeb Wells about his new "Elektra" ongoing series, which finds the titular master assassin hunting for a new direction in life and new ways to apply her lethal skill set.
Captain Marvel returns in another ongoing series in March that finds Carol Danvers soaring through space. CBR News spoke with editor Steve Wacker and artist David Lopez about the book.
This February, Frank Castle relocates to Los Angeles in a new "Punisher" series from the creators of "The Activity." Writer Nathan Edmonson tells all about Frank's new base of operations
Marvel's final panel of New York Comic Con put the spotlight on "Superior Spider-Man" and related books, with announcements of new "Captain Marvel," "Elektra," "Punisher" and "New Warriors" series.
February's "Superior Spider-Man" #27.NOW kicks off "Goblin Nation," Dan Slott's biggest arc yet, and the writer spoke to CBR about pitting Spidey against the Green Goblin and his army of criminals.
BOOM! Studios Ross Richie, Managing Editor Bryce Carlson and Vice President of Development Stephen Christy talk about the company's past, present and future at the New York Comic Con.
On the final day of New York Comic Con, Robert Venditti, Charles Soule, Justin Jordan, Van Jensen and Bernard Chang discussed "Lights Out" and all the latest in DC Comics' Green Lantern franchise.