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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.
CBR is LIVE from NYCC for a Sunday Conversation with Dan DiDio where the DC Entertainment Co-Publisher will discuss the New 52 and answer fan questions.
Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard christened CBR TV's 2013 Tiki Room at New York Comic Con to discuss what's to come in "The Walking Dead," why the comic will never have a spinoff nor feature Daryl Dixon and more.
Director Renny Harlin and stars Kellan Lutz, Liam Macintyre, Scott Adkins and Gaia Weiss debuted a special New York Comic Con trailer for "Hercules: The Legend Begins."
Marvel Comics started its Sunday with the House of Ideas panel dedicated to the publisher's presence in digital and other technology including Marvel AR, video games and more.
During the "Walking Dead" panel, new showrunner Scott Gimple introduced Michael Cudlitz as Sgt. Abraham Ford and Josh McDermitt as Dr. Eugene Porter.
CBR News spoke with Dan Slott & Mike Allred about their new "Silver Surfer" series which sends the Norrin Radd on a journey of discovery across the Marvel Universe with a human traveling companion.
The Avatar Press team revealed their plans for the near future, including a “Crossed” prequel, a new line of science fiction books, and more projects from Max Brooks and George R.R. Martin.
Felipe Smith, writer of the recently-announced "All-New Ghost Rider," discusses the new ongoing which finds a brand new character taking on the mantle of the Spirit of Vengeance..
Lieutenant Colonel James Rhodes takes on the "Iron Patriot" armor of Norman Osborn for a new series from Ales Kot and Garry Brown. The writer explains how domestic terrorism and a nihilistic threat impact the military hero.
Andrew Lincoln and the cast and producers of "The Walking Dead" journeyed to New York Comic Con 2013 to discuss the anticipated season premiere of the acclaimed AMC drama.
Mike Carey and Peter Gross discuss the final year of "The Unwritten," announced today at New York Comic Con as a one-year long second volume, beginning with a new #1 and subtitled: "Apocalypse."
Jeph Loeb, head of Marvel TV, discussed "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." Saturday evening at New York Comic Con along with cast members Iain De Caestecker (Fitz) and Elizabeth Henstridge (Simmons).
During Marvel's Cup O' Joe panel, the publisher presented a video of Neil Gaiman announcing the return of Miracleman, including the never-seen ending of his and Mark Buckingham's story.
Marvel chief creative officer Joe Quesada's convention staple "Cup O' Joe" panel comes to New York Comic Con Saturday afternoon, announcing the return of "Miracleman" among other new books.
CBR News spoke with writer Gerry Duggan about his upcoming Marvel Infinite Comic, "Deadpool: The Gauntlet," which finds the Merc With a Mouth working for Dracula and targeted by a deadly horde.
Christopher Priest and Mark Bright discuss reuniting to continue their Quantum and Woody saga in a story set 20 years after the original series' final issue. Plus, exclusive art!
This Halloween, DC Comics’ digital line gets broodier, bloodier and more dramatic, as Elena, Stefan and the rest of the residents of Mystic Falls make the leap to digital comics with "The Vampire Diaries."
Activision, Marvel and Beenox have announced a video game that offers an "alternative take" on the story from next year's "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" feature film and a new "Hero or Menace" reward system.
It's already been an announcement-heavy show for Marvel, and the publisher showed no sign of stopping Saturday afternoon, revealing new "Iron Patriot," "Ghost Rider" and "Silver Surfer" series starting in 2014.
At New York Comic Con, DC Comics hosted a special panel for Superman's 75th Anniversary, with the world premiere of an animated short by Zack Snyder and Bruce Timm.
Scott Dunbier discusses the latest editions to IDW's Artist's Edition line, "New Gods" and "Watchmen," the importance of adding DC Comics to the AE line-up, Dave Gibbons' involvement in the project and more.
In January, Brian Michael Bendis brings "Guardians of the Galaxy" and "All-New X-Men" together for a crossover titled "The Trial of Jean Grey." We spoke with "Guardians" editor Steve Wacker about the story.
CBR spoke with writer Nick Spencer about the "Avengers World" ongoing he's co-writing with Jonathan Hickman that will embroil the team in global crises and explore the worldwide role of super powers.
In a new series from "Mighty Avengers" writer Al Ewing and artist Lee Garbett, the formerly kid Loki grows up and becomes an "Agent of Asgard" as high espionage mixes with godly mischief to reveal a murdered Thor.